Don’t know where to eat next? We asked students to recommend their favourite restaurants in the bubble. From the cheapest to the most formal, this is your go-to guide to dining in St. Andrews.
Freddie Melling: “It is difficult to beat fish and chips and a cold beer sitting outside at The Jigger Inn on a sunny day.”
Jesse Steere: “The Seafood Restaurant is by far the best restaurant in St. Andrews. With a fantastic wine list and an affordable lunch deal, there is no better place to relax and watch the sea."
Noah Ohringer: “Le Rendez-Vous. Improve your French and Arabic and sink your teeth into a beast panini. Inoubliable!"
Reed Picton: “The Glass House combines great food with a secluded and charming atmosphere. Order the Asparagus Risotto if you want your pee to smell weird!"
Lucy Thomas: "Taste has the best coffee in town, delicious paninis, and cakes. It is the perfect late-night escape from studying!"
Fenella Dodson: "I love Zizi’s because it has a warm ambiance, great food, and it reminds me of good times."
Daniel Green: “Butlers' wraps. The crunch of green beans, the delicate flavour of the avocado, and the strong, smoky taste of the ham are all wrapped up in a Lebanese flatbread. What more could you want for your hangover blues?”
Anna Gudnason: “The Dining Room brings out my inner Zen. One bite of that Kung Pow Chicken transports me straight back to China.”
Kathleen Fraese: "I love going to Bibi's on a Sunday afternoon. It's a great place to have a cup of tea, some lunch and a much needed catch-up with the girls."
Photographs by Anna Gudnason and Jesse Steere