- Telephone 01333 310378
- Food served Summer: Mon–Thu 6.30–9pm; Fri 12.30–1.30pm, 6.30–9pm; Sat 12.30–1.30pm; Sun closed. Winter Tue–Thu 6.30–9pm; Fri 12.30–1.30pm, 6.30–9pm; Sat 12.30–1.30pm; Sun/Mon closed.
- Average price £19.50 (set lunch); £34.95 (set evening meal)
- Website www.cellaranstruther.co.uk
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This review is taken from the 2011 edition.
Note: the death of The Cellar's chef-proprietor Peter Jukes was announced in late December 2012. See: http://www.foodfromfife.co.uk/25/6/562/Tributes-to-the-Cellars-Peter-Jukes.aspx?By=FifeFoodNetwork Steeped in fishing town history as well as a life-long appreciation of the bounty of the sea, Peter Jukes' venerable Cellar is widely recognised as one of Fife's most atmospheric dining spaces and one of the country's finest seafood restaurants.
With Scotland’s Fisheries Museum next door, this former cooperage and smokery is steeped in fishing history as well as a life-long appreciation of the bounty of the sea. With its stone walls and beamed ceilings the Cellar lacks sea views but is still a wonderfully atmospheric dining space. Peter Jukes’ top-notch seafood menu features simple but supremely assured dishes such as smoked fish stew or East Coast halibut with greens, pine nuts, smokey bacon and hollandaise sauce.
- Provides: Wheelchair access