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Restaurants in Cupar

 Cupar's restaurants bask in centuries of history

The historic town of Cupar has been an important centre in Fife since the 13th century. With wealth based on the wool trade, agriculture and brewing, it grew to become the bustling market town of streets lined with handsome 18th century buildings that we see today. It's central position, meanwhile, close to St Andrews, the Lomond Hills and the pretty coastal towns of the East Neuk, makes it an ideal base from which to explore the ancient Kingdom of Fife. With lots of visitors and a keen local population of foodies, restaurants in Cupar cater for a diverse clientele, helping to create a thriving dining scene in the town.

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Aangan

Aangan

Town Centre
Indian££££
5.6/616
Aangan
Côte Edinburgh

Côte Edinburgh

New Town
French££££
5.3/6933
Côte Edinburgh
Côte Glasgow

Côte Glasgow

Glasgow City
French££££
5.5/6824
Côte Glasgow
Red Onion

Red Onion

City Centre
Gourmet££££
5.4/6760
Red Onion
Viva Mexico

Viva Mexico

Old Town
Mexican££££
5.4/6416
Viva Mexico
Qua Italian Restaurant

Qua Italian Restaurant

City Centre
Italian££££
5.6/6435
Qua Italian Restaurant
Bubba Q

Bubba Q

Old Town
American££££
5.4/6353
Bubba Q
The Apartment

The Apartment

Bruntsfield
European££££
5.4/6300
The Apartment
Elia Greek Restaurant

Elia Greek Restaurant

City Centre
Greek££££
5.5/6373
Elia Greek Restaurant
The Winged Ox

The Winged Ox

City Centre
International££££
5.5/6275
The Winged Ox
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    Eat local in Cupar restaurants

    Food is an important part of the town's economy, with everything from fruit and vegetable companies to porridge oats producers, so it's perhaps no wonder that many restaurants in Cupar feature excellent local ingredients on their menus. In addition to vegetables, pulses and soft fruits, there is an abundance of fresh fish from local ports such as Pittenweem, along with renowned meats and and dairy produce. It's great to eat local and Cupar restaurants provide plenty of opportunity to do just that.
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    Enjoy some international flavours in the restaurants of Cupar

    There's certainly lots of great local food to enjoy in Cupar restaurants but there are also some exciting international flavours to discover. Aangan, for example, does some wonderful Indian dishes, such as a punchy king prawn balchao of hot and spicy king prawns, red chillies, garlic, ginger and a splash of vinegar. They also mix in some interesting Scottish influences, in the form of an excellent haggis pakora. It's a winning culinary mix and one which keeps the locals coming back for more.
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    Cupar restaurants for every occasion

    If you're planning a special celebration in the area, then the restaurants of Cupar provide an ideal venue. You can enjoy a family gathering while sharing some delicious food or get together with friends to catch up with a light lunch before a strenuous dose of retail therapy. There are also some lovely little intimate Cupar restaurants that are perfect for that romantic date. Check out our selection of restaurants in the Cupar area and make sure to read the independent reviews to help pick out your ideal eaterie.