Monday, April 02, 2012

Hill of Tarvit Mansion House North Fife

The Hill of Tarvit is a 20th-century mansion house and gardens in North Fife, Scotland. They were designed by Sir Robert Lorimer and are today owned by the National Trust for Scotland.

Entrance to Hill of Tarvit. To the left is the entrance to Hatters & Co tearoom and eatery.

Hatters & Co tearoom and Eatery @ the Hill of Tarvit Mansion House. Make a day of it and enjoy the locally sourced wild and home grown produce from the kitchen garden. Andrew McKeen a rising young creative and passionate Chef together with Stella Collelouri offer an exciting menu which includes locally baked breads, a delicious array of hand made sweet treats, light lunches and their most exciting "wild at heart" daily specials. These can be anything from potted pigeon to wood sorrel salad depending upon the season. The Eatery is predominately influenced by Hill of Tarvit's Edwardian heyday also drawing on Victorian 20s, 30, and 40s as the house history spans these decades.

Enlarge to read the days menu.

Andrew McKeen (chef) plating up his culinary art.

Stella and first day customers.

Before and after use this wonderful period wash-room.

Outside space too.

Opening times.

11am-5pm Thursday to Monday.
Sunday Musical teas, lavish afternoon tea accompanied by live and period music.

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