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10 Restaurants in Kilmarnock

Charming restaurants in Kilmarnock

The charming region of Kilmarnock in East Ayrshire welcomes visitors from around the world each year, due to its fine selection of attractions and places of interest. Over the years, the area has also evolved to accommodate diners and has established a myriad of impressive restaurants in Kilmarnock. Those who are searching for a cosy restaurant offering traditional, classic meals will find some charming eateries. Likewise, those who would prefer more international dishes to satisfy their palate will be spoilt for choice when it comes to restaurants offering cuisine from China, Asia, India, Italy and beyond.

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The 43 Latin Steak & Grill House

Town Centre
Latin American££££
4.0/65
The 43 Latin Steak & Grill House

The Jefferson Restaurant

Town Centre
European££££
6.0/66
The Jefferson Restaurant

Jewel in the Crown

Town Centre
Indian££££
5.0/63
Jewel in the Crown
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Paris Match Grill

Town Centre
Café
3.0/63
Paris Match Grill

Côte Edinburgh

New Town
French££££
5.3/61313
Côte Edinburgh

Côte Glasgow

Glasgow City
French££££
5.5/61141
Côte Glasgow

Red Onion

City Centre
Gourmet££££
5.4/6991
Red Onion

Bubba Q

Old Town
American££££
5.5/6478
Bubba Q

Viva Mexico

Old Town
Mexican££££
5.4/6501
Viva Mexico

Noks Kitchen

Stockbridge
Thai££££
5.8/6385
Noks Kitchen
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    Traditional dishes from restaurants in Kilmarnock

    Kilmarnock has a long and noble history when it comes to traditional dishes. Haggis is a famous example of classic Scottish fare, albeit an acquired taste. The dish consists of inexpensive cuts of offal seasoned with various herbs and sealed in an edible bag concocted from the stomach of a sheep or pig. Similarly, the Scots use lentils and barley generously in many of their dishes, and barley soup is another wholesome dish originating from the area. Cullen sink is a thick and nutritious soup of smoked haddock, onion and potatoes and was the staple diet of many industrial workers during the 19th century.
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    Award-winning restaurants in Kilmarnock

    Kilmarnock has its share of award winning restaurants for those who are seeking a fine dining experience. Choose from restaurants recommended by the Michelin guide, or the restaurants in Kilmarnock that have received local awards for their exceptional dishes and value for money menu. In addition, the region is home to a host of establishments offering international cuisine. The town is littered with tapas bars offering the best patata bravas and other fine Spanish dishes, as well as Indian restaurants offering delicious curries and eastern fare.
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    Kilmarnock restaurants cater to all

    Whatever the size of your party, you'll find a restaurant in Kilmarnock that will cater to your needs. The larger establishments are more than able to provide for wedding and birthday parties and those who seek an intimate affair will find that there are a number of quaint restaurants nestled in the town. Families are also catered to and a selection of restaurants in the area have adapted their menu and facilities to offer dishes for children for children. No matter what type of cuisine you prefer, you'll find it in Kilmarnock.