Fife

Fife’s stunning coastline, stretching from the Forth to the Tay, provides top quality prawns, crabs and lobsters along with a major tourist attraction at the famous harbourside Scottish Fisheries Museum in the East Neuk port of Anstruther. A trip around Fife provides endless eating opportunities, and visitors can find prime local seafood in award winning local hotels, restaurants, guesthouses, smokehouses and fish & chip shops. Fresh crabs and lobsters are often on sale at Crail harbour, and a number of local fish processors sell directly to the public as well as to the trade.

Fife Video

Watch the Fife Seafood Film

Recipes from Fife

History of Fife's Fishing Industry

Links and contacts to explore

Links and contacts to explore

Food From Fife
www.foodfromfife.co.uk 

Welcome to Fife
www.welcometofife.com

Festivals in Fife
www.festivalsinfife.co.uk

Visit Scotland : The Kingdom of Fife
www.visitscotland.com/destinations-maps/kingdom-fife

Fife Coastal Path
www.fifecoastalpath.co.uk 

Scottish Fisheries Museum
www.scotfishmuseum.org 

The Fife Larder
food.list.co.uk/guides/fife-larder

The Fife Larder - Places
food.list.co.uk/places/fife-larder

Community Food Fund

The East of Scotland Seafood project is a partnership initiative led by local authorities, business leaders and coastal communities. It is supported by the Community Food Fund, which is financed by The Scottish Government and has been created to promote local food and drink, in line with Scotland's National Food and Drink Policy.