Are we tempting fate to say that the big hand on the clock is now firmly pointed at summer?
Oh what the heck, we’ll risk it. And while the weather is looking up, how does an outing to fabulous Fife sound to you?
If it sounds just dandy, then snap up this Big Deal on a two course gastropub meal for two at the Drouthy Fox in Dunfermline.
Before or after dining, you can explore nearby attractions like Pittencrieff Park, Dunfermline Abbey, and the Andrew Carnegie Birthplace Museum.
Two course meal for two
Drouthy Fox is a characterful gastro pub in the centre of Dunfermline.
This Big Deal on a two course meal for two (starter and main) can be enjoyed Wednesday to Friday and Sunday until 29th September.
Multiples are allowed, with up to four dining per table. As children are welcome, you could turn it into a family meal.
Hearty gastropub cuisine
Drouthy Fox serves modern, rustic British food and craft beers.
Dishes can change, but starters might include steamed Scottish mussels with Thai coconut curry and bread; whipped goats’ cheese with marinated beetroot carpaccio and raspberry dressing, and smoked chicken tacos with garlic mayo.
For mains, you could opt for a beef, Southern fried chicken, pulled pork or grilled halloumi & Portobello mushroom burger with hand-cut chips (with a £1 supplement for the beef, bacon & cheese and pulled pork burgers).
Alternatively, tuck into a beer-battered catch of the day with hand-cut chips, or a summer vegetable risotto (with a vegan option available).
Also, for a supplement of £3 you can feast on a flat iron steak with peppercorn sauce and hand-cut chips.
The Drouthy Fox has been picking up strong reviews on its Facebook page:
‘Amazing bar in town offering a great selection of food and fantastic drinks.’
‘Food to die for!! Lovely staff and great selection of nice clean beers.’
‘In for a drink today. Friendly staff. Menu looks great. Will definitely be back to try the food.’
Drouthy Fox is well placed for exploring Dunfermline and the rest of Fife, including peaceful Pittencrief Park with its woodland walks.
Around a 40-minute drive from Edinburgh and an hour from Glasgow, this is your chance to enjoy a change of scenery while scoffing down two courses of hearty gastropub cuisine.
If this sounds like a great summer outing to you, then get your mitts on today’s Big Deal for two.