Scottish Borders

The Scottish Borders has a beautiful coastline with charming coastal villages and harbours. In the busy fishing port of Eyemouth,  cafés and restaurants offer fresh and tasty seafood dishes and, of course, traditional fish and chips.  From many of the local restaurants, visitors can watch crabs and  langoustines being landed by the fishermen and delivered directly to the restaurant doors. Treat yourself to fresh seafood from award-winning fishmongers on the harbourside, and smoked delicacies from traditional smokeries.  Explore the picturesque villages of St Abbs and Coldingham and further inland, where many restaurants are supplied daily from Eyemouth.

Visit our annual Kirk Square Kitchen event in Eymouth on the first Saturday in June each year.

Scottish Borders Video

Watch the Scottish Borders Seafood Film

Recipes from the Borders

History of the Borders' Fishing Industry

Links and contacts to explore

Links and contacts to explore

Visit Eyemouth
www.visiteyemouth.com

St Abbs Community
www.stabbs.org

Eyemouth Harbour
www.eyemouth-harbour.co.uk

St Abbs Head National Nature Reserve
www.nts.org.uk/Property/St-Abbs-Head-National-Nature-Reserve

Berwickshire Coastal Path
www.scotborders.gov.uk/berwickshirecoastalpath

St Abbs Visitor Centre
www.stabbsvisitorcentre.co.uk

Eyemouth Museum
www.eyemouthmuseum.org

Gunsgreen House
gunsgreenhouse.org

The Scottish Borders Food Journey
food.list.co.uk/guides/scottish-borders-food-journey

Scottish Borders Food and Drink
www.bordersfoodnetwork.co.uk

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.