Where to eat out in Kelso
Cafés, Restaurants, Local Producers
Eating out – in Kelso
From coffee shops to quality cuisine see all Kelso offers on Visit Kelso
The Cobbles, Kelso – great food & CAMRA’s ‘Regional Pub of the Year’
Queen’s Head, on Bridge Street, freshly updated and decorated
The Cross Keys in Kelso Square has had a make-over too!
Ednam House Hotel – overlooking The Junction Pool where The River Tweed and Teviot meet
Lemon and Thyme, Horsemarket Kelso
The Contented Vine, on Horsemarket, Kelso
The Waggon Inn for great pub grub
Tastes of the Borders
Shop local, there are butchers, bakers and a fish shop in Kelso, and The Farmers Market is on the 4th Saturday of the month in Kelso Square.
Or you can order from (or visit) Hardies Mill Aberdeen Angus and Tombuie Smokehouse – Winners of Scotland Food and Drink Excellence Award 2008 – Savoury Section. Highly recommended!
Border food producers are in a class of their own, Scottish Borders Food and Drink is a growing site, packed with delicious discoveries!
Whitmuir – The Organic Place – near Peebles – one of the best organic shops in the UK has the largest selection of organic & sustainable produce you can find. The shop, butchery and licensed restaurant, are on a real, working organic farm – so you can see exactly where your food comes from. The farm hosts the Breadshare Bakery and Dancing Light Gallery.
Delicious Doddington’s! Adventurous award winning ice cream from just across the border in Northumberland!
Out of Town
The Terrace Cafe at Floors Castle is a relaxed spot for coffee and tasty informal lunch.
The Wheatsheaf , Swinton in Berwickshire
The Collingwood Arms in Cornhill, luxury Georgian hotel, with views over the River Tweed
The prize winning Caddy Man at Mount Hooley on A698 on the way to Jedburgh
The Lodge at Carfraemill, near Lauder, handily placed for a bite to eat after a day-out in Edinburgh.
Oblo in Eyemouth – “We are so glad we stepped round the corner to find this real star of a place”
Not forgetting Giacopazzi’s for the finest fish & chips in the district in Eyemouth – the fish taste as though they have just jumped out of the sea!