Where to Eat and Drink in Ayrshire

Eat and Drink in AyrshireDining and drinking out are high up on the agenda for most holiday makers. For your trip to East Ayrshire you’ll be pleased to find a wealth of nearby restaurants, pubs and cafes to choose from. From ancient country pubs steeped in history, to modern seafood restaurants, whatever your style, you’ll find something to suit. Here’s a small selection.

Craft Harbour Fish and Chips

Located in Ayr, this laid back fish restaurant showcases some of the freshest catches from Scotland’s west coast. They specialize in traditional chip shop classics made to a very high standard and made to order. The Cullen Skink is well worth checking out but if fish isn’t your thing or if you want to try other traditional meals, the menu is fairly varied. The majority of sauces, pickles and mushy peas are made in house and promise a game changing taste. To wash it all down, they serve a variety of soft drinks, as well as wine, local craft beer and cocktails.

The Mill House

Find this stylish, great looking restaurant and bar in Stewarton and enjoy everything it has to offer. It’s open all day and evening, so whether you fancy a quick coffee and a slice of cake, a leisurely lunch or a three course evening meal, they can cater to your every whim. They serve a selection of cuisines from around the world, as well as traditional classics. The grill offers mouth watering steaks and burgers, though if you fancy something lighter, there are plenty of salads or seafood options to choose from. Drinks range from Scottish Ales to cocktails and an extensive wine list, as well as teas and barista made coffees.

The Mason’s Arms

If you’re looking for a Scottish locals pub that welcomes visitors, head for the Mason’s Arms in Galston. The well stocked bar offers a selection of ales, lagers, stouts and ciders, as well as spirits and wines. Enjoy a game of pool while you sink your pint, or relax in the cozy snug. For the brave, Karaoke night is every Saturday night!