Rosyth /rəˈsaɪθ/ ( listen) (Scottish Gaelic: Ros Fhìobh, "headland of Fife") is a town on the Firth of Forth, three miles (4.8 km) south of the centre of Dunfermline. According to an estimate taken in 2010, the town has a population of 12,850.
4.5 based on 762 reviews
Khushi's was the first Indian restaurant opened in Scotland in 1947.
Was so looking forward to going when friends said how great it was, so we were quite dissappointed when we went for lunch during the week. Wasn't a lot on offer and there was only a couple of veggie options. Didn't know that it wasn't licensed either. Took the bus so we could have a couple of drinks. Sorry but we won't be back.
4.5 based on 548 reviews
We had our St Valentine's Day lunch here, our third visit to what is now our favourite restaurant and it was a good as ever.
The three course set lunch was a very reasonable £20 plus wine and offered amongst other things French onion soup, grilled chicken supreme on a bed of truffle flavoured risotto and cheese or sticky toffee pudding, all of which were absolutely delicious. I forgot to mention the home baked sourdough bread and butter with home made tapenade, but that too was excellent. The tapenade is also available as a take away in a small kilner jar and well worth the £5.
An excellent, friendly little restaurant where you are guaranteed satisfaction every time. Parking can be a bit problematic in the height of summer although there is a large car park under the rail bridge a few hundred yards away.
4.5 based on 316 reviews
Firstly, I only write TA reviews if the food had been either really poor or really good. On this occasion very good. We had the fillet and the sirloin and both were very tasty and flavourosme. The highlight for me was the homemade Tirimasu which was the best I've ever tasted, and I've been to Italy and had homemade Tirimasu there too but this surpassed it by far. Great service aswell. My new favourite place when I'm in Dunfermline.
4.5 based on 120 reviews
Queensferry’s premier cafe with an Italian twist and a “must visit” on your trip. Serving freshly roasted coffee and a range of Italian cured meats – Mortadella, Prosciutto Cotto, Parma Ham with Ciabatta, Focaccia and Panini. Also serving a varied Scottish menu. We pride ourselves with the quality of our food/drinks and our personal friendly service.
We take our granddaughter here for lunch after school. The welcome is great and the owner is superb with children. There is a special offer on the menu for children which ticks all the boxes. We get good food too. The soup,panini,sandwiches are all good with lots of fillings to choose from. You can sit and watch all the fresh food being prepared. There is carry out too.
4 based on 380 reviews
Welcome to Ciao Italia, Dunfermline's newest Italian restaurant.For every occasion from a business lunch or dinner,romantic meal for two,parties or just a day out with freinds and family,Ciao Italia does it all in a fun,modern and relaxed atmosphere.we,the managment and staff,hope you enjoy you visit and welcome any comments,questions or suggestions you may have........BUON APPETITO!
This turned to be a great choice as I had an excellent meal. Starting with prosciutto with mozzarella, then a special pasta with prawns and scallops, and finishing with a chocolate fondant. All the food was delicious and the service was efficient. With a beer the total bill came at 31£.
4.5 based on 414 reviews
Classic cocktails and martinis, international beers and a fine range of wines and malts.Fabulous fresh produce, carefully prepared, simply cooked and beautifully presented. The Grill Is not just a hotel restaurant.This is a real treat.
We stayed here for the night. The hotel rooms, reception and bar are lovely. Very cosy, inviting and relaxed. The staff were attentive and pleasant. The food was good but not exceptional, slight in the expensive side compared to the portions you got. It's probably one of, if not, the best restaurant around there but not a patch on some of the ones 4 miles away in Edinburgh. Nevertheless we enjoyed our stay but feel next time we will find somewhere else to eat.
4.5 based on 662 reviews
IN THE HEART OF THE TOWN, LOVELY PLACE FOR A NICE LUNCH DURING YOUR SHOPPING OR FOR A SMART DINNER TO IMPRESS YOUR WIFE OR FRIENDS.....
We visited on a Sunday evening in February and it wasn't very busy but the food and the service were excellent. The garlic mushroom starter was more than adequate for two people accompanied by some complimentary bread sticks which were gorgeous. Fillet steaks for the main course were excellent as were the accompaniments. We would definitely return. P.S. The two young ladies who were waiting on were very helpful and friendly.
4.5 based on 136 reviews
Stumbled across this when cruising the area late at night looking for somewhere to eat. Totally random selection as from the outside it didn't look particularly inviting but once we stepped in the door WOW! - what a difference. Lovely modern decor, a lively buzz at 9pm on a November Saturday and had to wait for a table to come free. Service was friendly and fast considering the number of other diners and the food was outstanding. The mixed pakora starter was lovely, the quality of the meat was very high and the sauces were distinct and well made. 10/10 and I wish I lived nearer as I would definitely be back regularly on the basis of this one visit.
4.5 based on 184 reviews
The cuisine at Garvock House has won many admirers over the years and creates the perfect ambience for a leisurely lunch or intimate dinner for two. One of the finest dining establishments in West Fife with a reputation of good food and quality service in elegant, yet relaxed surroundings. Come and see for yourself, probably the best kept secret in West Fife. The dining rooms are overseen at all times by a highly dedicated and experienced team of staff. Our chefs are an enthusiastic and professional team ensuring that dining at Garvock House is an opportunity to enjoy the wonderful fresh local ingredients for which Scotland is so well known. All are cooked with great flair and imagination with local flavours shining through.
It had been a while since we had been to Garvock for dinner. The question has to be why!! The service is 100% set up for customer satisfaction, the ambience is relaxed and welcoming. The supper menu has a good selection of dishes available, it may take some time to decide what to eat. We settled on the Haggis balls in a whisky cream sauce (delicious). To follow we had the Venison casserole (melted in the mouth) and Chicken with gnocchi (succulent and tasty). The desserts didn't disappoint either. Both were perfection on a plate. The last words must go to the amazing staff who make this such a enjoyable experience, they are attentive but not overbearing.
4.5 based on 574 reviews
We have achieved a reputation for excellent cuisine and fine dining. Our food is prepared with the finest fresh herbs, spices and fresh produce available. You can enjoy the very best of Indian and Nepalese cuisine prepared by individual chefs with a touch of the unexpected. The very best of the worlds wines await your arrival and traditional desserts to enhance your dinner. We are waiting to welcome you!
Been going to Everest for many a year and always receive great service and food. Don’t think I’ve ever had a bad dish.
North Indian Garlic chicken is great. Lamb Tikka is brilliant. Love the Tamdoori mixed grill. The starters are all excellent and I’ve added a picture of the onion bhaji as the presentation is good as well.
Only room for improvement over the likes of Kushis is decor as it’s not changed for years and isn’t the most aesthetically pleasing restaurant although don’t let that out you off as the food than makes up for it.
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