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Restaurants in Scottish Borders

From the hills and moorlands of the west, through valleys and agricultural planes to the rugged coastline of the east, the River Tweed is at the very heart of the Scottish Borders. Fed by its many tributaries, the Tweed is internationally renowned for its excellent salmon fishing.

Restaurants in the Borders draw on an amazing local larder of produce with an abundance of fish, meat, game, fruit and vegetables so you can be sure to dine well in this beautiful part of Scotland.

  
The Wheatsheaf - Swinton
All the mainstays of Scottish cooking are in evidence and Head Chef John Keir makes good use of fresh seafood from Eyemouth harbour just 12 miles away, Scottish Borders beef, lamb and organic pork
  
Burt's Hotel - Melrose
Built in 1722 and still the hub of town life in Melrose, Burt's has been in the safe hands of the Henderson family for more than 30 years - which may explain its rock-solid local reputation
  
Edenwater House - Kelso
The setting is an old stone manse in a tiny hamlet near Kelso where Jacqui and Jeff Kelly run Edenwater House, a renowned restaurant with rooms. Dinner is a no choice four-course affair; typically you may start with.....
  
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