About Cardoon (Dunfermline)
Fantastic Fathers Day lunch. Second time at this restaurant and think it was even better than our first visit.
I decided after the first visit that I was so impressed that I would try to book a table for the family for a Fathers day lunch. The staff were very pleasant and helpful and we all decided after a look at the buffet we were going to go with the 2 courses from the buffet. Everyone in our party commented on how much of a good choice there was on the buffet and the presentation and quality of the food. Again it was all piping hot. I had the roast beef and a haggis filo parcel and veg which was delicious. We all had a lovely lunch and now the others in our party want to go back. Well done again, Cardoon
Great value for money had a lovely lunch would highly recommend
Wish I had seen this deal sooner. I booked the lunch offer for a table of 4 with 5pm for a friends birthday. We all had a lovely lunch. The staff are really friendly and helpful. The menu and buffet were explained and how the deal works. We had the 2 courses each from the buffet what a great selection of dishes all fresh and piping hot. We were given a complimentary glass of house wine. I had the rose' it was a Zinfandel and very nice too. The desserts were just heavenly. We were all pleasantly surprised. I have shared your link on facebook and would highly recommend the Cardoon.
Modern Scottish restaurant in Dunfermline
Part of the BEST WESTERN PLUS Keavil House Hotel in Crossford, Cardoon Restaurant is a modern Scottish restaurant and the proud holders of an AA Rosette. The smart, contemporary dining room has a conservatory dining area which overlooks the hotel gardens. The warm welcome of the staff is a common theme in reviews.
Locally sourced, freshly prepared dishes
The chefs at Cardoon are keen advocates of using fresh, seasonal and locally sourced ingredients in their dishes. The insistence on seasonality means that the menus change regularly. What unites them all is the wide use of Scottish produce.
Typical starters might be the pressed Ayrshire smoked ham shank terrine or the steamed West Coast mussels in a white wine and parsley cream. Interestingly, Cardoon offers a selection of lighter main courses such as seared squid served with stir-fried vegetables, noodles and crunchy wasabi peas.
There is a grill section of grass-fed, dry-aged Scottish steaks plus an appetising range of inventive main courses like the roast haunch of venison with buttered mash, beetroot fondants, cranberry and nut granola plus a rich thyme sauce. More traditional options might be the beer-battered fillet of haddock with thin-cut fries.
Speciality themed dishes complement the dinner menu on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings while popular buffet lunches sit alongside the regular set lunch menu at the weekends.
Dunfermline transport and attractions
BEST WESTERN PLUS Keavil House Hotel is in Crossford, Dunfermline. The hotel has ample free parking and is around a thirty minute drive from Edinburgh. The nearest railway station is Inverkeithing, a ten minute taxi from the hotel. Numerous golf courses and coastal walks are among the nearby attractions.