Being situated in the ‘bread basket of Scotland’ ensures a ready supply of local produce from fresh fish, meat and bread to some excellent locally brewed cider and beer.

Dunbar offers a huge range of places to eat, from fine dining restaurants serving award winning cuisine to friendly pubs dishing up hearty and wholesome fayre.  Wherever you go, a friendly welcome awaits.

Coffee Shops

1650 Coffee Shop

Graze Coffee & Chocolate House

Splatz Cafe

Saddlers

Cafe Lauderdale

Caledonian Cupcakes

Espresso Black

The Food Hamper

Leisure Pool Cafe

Bleachingfield Cafe

Dunbar Garden Centre

Community Bakery

Restaurants

The Rocks

The Royal Mackintosh

Umbertos

The Castle Hotel

Volunteer Arms

Hillside Hotel

The Creel

Oriental Inn

Dunbar Tandoori

Central Cafe

Pine Marten

Pubs

The Royal Mackintosh

Castle Hotel

Volunteer Arms

Hillside Hotel

The Eagle inn

The Black Bull

Pine Marten

 

Takeaways

Adriano's Chip Shop

Umberto's

Turkish Kebab

Oriental inn

Dunbar Tandoori

Nice & Spicy

Kings Palace

Angies Takeaway

 

If you simply fancy a coffee or a fresh cuppa you will find our bustling cafes and coffee shops serve up fantastic selections with wonderful cakes and home baking.

A trip to the seaside would not be complete without an ice cream at the beach and the traditional fish and chips.  Whether you're in the 'salt and sauce' or the 'salt and vinegar' fan club there is nothing better!

If you'd prefer a glass of wine or a pint of beer you'll find our stylish hotels and bustling bars stocked with local beers such as Belhaven Best and whisky from the local Glenkinchie Distillery.  Relax and enjoy a quiet drink or head out to enjoy the local night-life.

Our High Street is packed with shops which provide delicious locally produced food and the finest wines and spirits.  Local meat, fish, fruit, vegetables, baked goods, drinks, desserts and confectionery are all available – don't hesitate to ask for a recommendation – our local businessmen and women know their products!

For further information on local produce please visit www.foodanddrinkeastlothian.com or www.eatscotland.com.