Friday, 06 November 2021 09:11

Eight Scottish restaurants make Sunday Times Top 100

Scotland is home to eight restaurants featured in this year’s Sunday Times Top 100 Restaurants, which will be published this weekend.

Compiled by the newspaper in association with Harden’s, the Top 100 is now in its sixth year, and is based on 63,000 reviews from almost 7,000 diners.

Edinburgh has half of Scotland’s entries this year, with the four eateries making it the UK’s culinary capital outside of London. The city’s Restaurant Martin Wishart leads its entries, and is also in the top 10, joined by 21212, The Kitchin, and new entry Wedgwood.

The Highlands are home to two restaurants in the Top 100 – Dunvegan’s The Three Chimneys, and new entry Applecross Inn, in Applecross. The Inn is also the least expensive restaurant on the list, with the typical cost of a three-course dinner with half a bottle of house wine, coffee, service and VAT coming in at £41 per person.

Scotland’s final two entries are The Peat Inn in Cupar, and Andrew Fairlie, Gleneagles Hotel, which this year has risen to a top 20 place.

Editor of The Sunday Times Top 100 Restaurants, Karen Robinson, said: “The Sunday Times Top 100 Restaurants combines the opinions of thousands of diners to produce a definitive list. Basing it on the ratings of everyday restaurant-goers, who are paying their own money, means it is an honest reflection of the nation’s tastes, so chefs and restaurants should be truly proud to make the list.”



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