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Broughty Ferry Pubs and Restaurants

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Restaurants in Broughty Ferry

This list of pubs and restaurants in Broughty Ferry is provided for information only. No guarantees are offered for its accuracy or completeness. It's probably six years out of date now, one day I'll update it!

All Star's Sports Bar, licensed restaurant, Brook Street. Glitzy decor.

Bayne's Coffee shop and Bakery, Brook Street. Traditional long established bakery where you can enjoy a scone and cup of tea..

Brambles, Bistro and Coffee shop. 01382 730811, 175 Brook Street, Broughty Ferry, DD5 1DJ

Cafe Royale, 231 King Street, DD5 2AX, opening tuesday the 20th of march 2012. sit down or takeaway menu. 01382 770907

Coffee Bean, 31 Gray Street 01382 730151, All day breakfast cafe.

Frasers Restaurant, 01382 730890, 594 Brook Street, DD5 2EA. Good food. Book in advance. Opens Fri/Sat only

Fyvie's Coffee House, 01382 480094, 210 Brook Street, DD5 2AH

Glass Pavilion, Esplanade, DD5 2EP, - Beautiful new bistro, Gelateria and Tearoom on The Esplanade, It's the talk of the Ferry! Best phone to reserve a table on 01382 732 738 to avoid disappointment. Open Tuesday to Sunday 10am to 5pm. Closed Mondays. By popular demand - a la carte dining on Friday and Saturday evenings with superb food in breathtaking surroundings . Try the old Scottish favourite of High tea with freshly prepared food from 5pm on Sundays.

Gulistan Tandoori Restaurant, 01382 738844, Queen Street Halls, Queen Street, DD5 2HN

Indo's Indian Restaurant, 289 Brook Street

Mali Thai, 01382 522557 / 522565, 98 Gray Street, DD5 2DN. Excellent Thai cuisine in the restaurant or take-away.

The Kittiwake , 01382735901, 8 Dalhousie Road, DD5 2SQ. Best Western Hotel chain.

Vissochi's 40 Gray St, Broughty Ferry, 01382-779-297. This exquisite ice-cream parlour scoops out some of the best flavours in Dundee and also offers customers an array of delicious cakes such as Italian gateaux and cheesecake. Enjoy a cup of tea, a light snack, or a bowl of pasta. Tue-Thu, Sun 9:30am-7pm; Fri-Sat 9:30am-8pm

Webster's, 103 Gray Street. Cafeteria

Wigmore's Restaurant, 9 Erskine Lane (corner of Brook Street and Fort Street). 01382 599017

Willows Coffee Shop Restaurant, 01382 732525, 146-148 Brook Street, DD5 1DT


Broughty Ferry Pubs

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The Eagle Coaching Inn: One of the oldest pubs in Broughty Ferry. 155 King Street on the corner with Fort Street. Full of local character.. 01382 779819

The Ferry Inn: A cosy pub with chatty bar staff. You will always get a friendly welcome here from the "Stewart Inn". 27 Gray Street on the corner of King Street. 01382 776941

The Fishermans Inn: This renowned pub sells real ales and is a pub to visit on a trip to Broughty Ferry. Always popular and with many choice brews. An inn with character, for an unforgettable visit any day of the week. Get a taste of real Scotland here. 10-16 Fort Street. 01382 775941

The Fort Bar: 58-62 Fort Street on the corner of Brook Street. Also Spice Restaurant and Wigmore Wine Bar. There is always something on in this pub from quiz nights on Mondays to Karaoke later in the week. 01382 779707

Jolly's Hotel: An old favorite, it has been recently been redecorated and is very popular. A modern flavour with traditional Broughty hospitality makes this a great pub. 51 Gray Street. 01382 477533

The Old Anchor Inn: A warm comfortable inn where you can have a great drink. Like many in "the Ferry", it is decorated with shipping memorabilia. 48 Gray Street. 01382 737899

Papa Jacques: 314 Brook Street. Eat here in the day and watch Broughty walk by. Drink here at night and have a lively evening in a lively contemporary pub. 01382 739782

Post Office Bar: Once the post office in Broughty Ferry. Always busy. A good pub to visit if you enjoy live music. 218 Queen Street on the corner with Fort Street. 01382 736444

The Royal Arch: 285 Brook Street on the corner of Gray Street, the atmosphere is always cheery and vibrant. Stained glass decor makes this pub a visual feast. 01382 779741

Ship Inn: A gem of a pub with an amazing view over to Fife. The food is excellent and has been highly commended. Friendly staff and patrons make this pub warm and memorable. 121 Fisher Street. 01382 779176

Take-away restaurants in Broughty Ferry

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Broughty Ferry Kitchen, Brook Street, Chinese and Thai takeaway. 01382 778883,

Cafe Royale, 231 King Street. Take-away and sit in.

Campfield Chinese Takeaway, 6 Campfield Square, 01382 776183

Delishus, 68 Gray Street, hot & cold filled rolls, soups, baguettes and paninis. 01382 770333

King Frier, Pizza, Fish and Chips takeaway. 01382776448, 198 King Street, DD5 2AY

Hon's Chinese Takeaway (Pekingese and Cantonese), Brook Street. Next to All-stars and Papa Jacques.

Murray's Fish bar. 23 Gray Street, 01382 738117. Best chips in Dundee. Also has sit-in restaurant upstairs.

The Golden Crown, Chinese taleaway. 58 Dalhousie Road, 01382 738887



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