Rather staid compared to some of the wilder student-driven drinking options, this likeable pub keeps it real with traditional features,...
Café in the Square
Hidden away down the side of the library, this upbeat wee coffee stop also makes a good venue for a light lunch, with sandwiches, panini...
Lonely Planet review
With its high-backed chairs, bright colours and creaky wooden floor, the Doll’s House blends a Victorian child’s bedroom with modern stylings. The result is a surprising warmth and no pretensions. The menu makes the most of local fish and other Scottish produce, and the £6.95 two-course lunch is unbeatable value. The early evening two-course deal for £12.95 isn’t bad, either.