Dundee’s best restaurants for local produce

Places to seek out for a taste of modern Scottish cuisine

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Dundee’s best restaurants for local produce

The D’Arcy Thompson

Six of the best locations around Dundee and Broughty Ferry to find local Scottish ingredients on the menu

Bridgeview Station
Riverside Drive, DD1 4DB
With its winning location overlooking the Tay, this menu delivers Scotland on a plate.
Food served: Sun–Tue 8am--5pm; Wed–Sat 8am–8pm.
bridgeviewstation.com | read our full review

Bruach
328 Brook Street, Broughty Ferry, DD5 2AN
Casual food in the bar, with something a little more formal in the upstairs restaurant.
Food served: Mon–Sun 10am–9pm
bruach-bar.com | read our full review

Castlehill Restaurant
22-26 Exchange Street, DD1 3DL
The standard bearer for progressive, contemporary Scottish dining in the city.
Food served: Tue–Sat noon–2.30pm, 5.30–10pm. Closed Sun/Mon.
castlehillrestaurant.co.uk | read our full review

Collinsons Restaurant
122–124 Brown Street, Broughty Ferry, DD5 1EN
Shellfish, game and more in Broughty Ferry.
Food served: Tue–Sat noon–2pm, 7–8.45pm. Closed Sun/Mon.
collinsonsrestaurant.com | read our full review

The D’Arcy Thompson
21–23 Old Hawkhill, DD1 5EU
A striking interior and some clever cooking with Scottish influences.
Food served: Mon–Sun noon–8.45pm.
thedarcythompson.co.uk | read our full review

The Playwright
11 Tay Square, DD1 1PB
The pioneer of modern Scottish in the city, with some excellent local sourcing.
Food served: Mon–Sat noon–2.30pm, 5–6.30pm, 7–9.30pm. Closed Sun.
theplaywright.co.uk | read our full review

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