Good food at good prices, water front location and a clutch of Michelin Guide recommendations.
This is a foodie pub, having eaten here for the last ten years the quality of the food never waivers. For the best experience eating in the main bar choose a week night, it’s still busy but you may avoid waiting for a table. Tables in the restaurant area can be booked in advance and avoids the bar comings and goings. Windows look out onto the Shore waterline and cobbled streets, inside the walls are raw thick stone, original beams and mix and match tables. It’s very cosy and feels very reassuring. A small fire place burns in the winter. The service is quick, friendly and easy going.
The food of which there is always a good selection of seafood ranges in price from £8-£12 in the main bar, there is a specials board as well. The restaurant, expect to pay £10-15 for a main. The food in the place is very good. A personal favourite being Fish & Chips with garlic mushy peas for about £8. Good mix of drinks and wines. No TV, no machines, no music just people eating, drinking and having a good time.
The Kings Wark has a reputation for doing one of the best full Scottish Breakfasts on a Sunday 11am to 3pm.