Main Street, Craigrothie, KY15 5QA 01334 829301

AboutKingarroch Inn


The Kingarroch Inn Gastro Pub opened in early November 2016 under the new ownership of chef patron Kevin Joubert and his partner Ola, who could not wish for a better setting for their new venture.

Our journey started in Perth where we met and opened our first venue in 2010- The North Port Restaurant, award winning and popular eatery in the area.

The location of Kingarroch Inn gives us even greater opportunity to expand on local cooking with use of wonderful Scottish ingredients.

We hope to build the sort of place where you would like to spend your time with family and friends.


WhatThey Say About Us...

Myself and Partner decided to treat ourselves so came to dine at Kingarroch! Myself and Partner both tired something new and different on the menu and so glad we did it's a beautiful setting very relaxing and the food and customer service is just perfect! Can't fault this place but it is a treat and a good treat at that.
Becca A
TripAdvisor Review
Great food, great setting. Service is unhurried, so the experience is relaxed, great way to enjoy the food and the company. 4 of us each ordered steak 4 different ways from rare to well done, each was perfect. Give it a try, you won't be disappointed.
Iain H
TripAdvisor Review
Visited the gastro pub last weekend and we were not disappointed. The service was very welcoming and extremely good throughout our meal. I opted for the meat, cheese and home made chutney platter as a starter which was really lovely which also came with lovely home made bread and mini oatcakes. I then had steak as a main course and thought it was beautifully cooked along with home made chips and a nice salad. My partner had the soup and the burger and fries which he equally enjoyed. We will definitely return at some point in the future as it is worth going to not only for the food but the service as well. Owner and waiting staff extremely helpful.
TripAdvisor Review
A mixed age group of 15 of us visited on Saturday night. We were well looked after from arrival to departure with very friendly and efficient service. The food was outstanding. Clean plates all round. We had the £25 3-course choice and everything was presented beautifully and tasted great. Would thoroughly recommend a visit.
TripAdvisor Review


We source the finest and freshest, locally sourced Scottish produce from a small range of local suppliers

VegetablesRaith Fruit and Flowers from Kirckaldy and Balgove Farm-outside St Andrews

Meat and FishCampbells Prime Meat and Henderson Butcher

Artisan, fine Scottish ingredients- Ochil Foods from Perthshire

 WineSt Andrews Wine Co., l’art du Vin from Dunfermline and Majestic Wines

 Craft BeerSt Andrews Brewing Co., Drygate Microbrewery from Glasgow

 SpiritsLuvians in Cupar and St Andrews Wine Co

SupportingLocal Artists

Adding colour and intrigue to our restaurant walls, we have works on display by three local artists: Roderick Gauld, Vicky Coull and Siv MacArthur, all based in Cupar.


Born in Fife and formally a commercial artist, Roderick works mainly in acrylic and oil, occasionally watercolour, and on small to large canvasses. He paints mostly landscapes, seascapes, and animals, aiming to capture the essence and atmosphere of the subject.

We have two of his pieces on display at Kingarroch Inn: Kinghorn Reflections, oil, and Whale Rock Squall, acrylic.


Born in Finland and then having moved to Scotland in her late twenties, Siv produces mainly acrylic, collage, and mixed media pieces, drawing on places and experiences in Scotland and Finland as her inspiration. She paints mostly semi-abstract paintings in vibrant colours, aiming to convey the mood of the scene.

We have four of her pieces on display at Kingarroch Inn: Morning Glory, collage/mixed media, A Warm Welcome, collage/mixed media, Quiescence, acrylic, and Duirinish, acrylic.


Having moved to Scotland 49 years ago, Vicky is inspired by the ever-changing Scottish scenery and produces an assortment of watercolour, mixed media, acrylic, and collage pieces. She incorporates fabric and silk thread into the artwork, to create a feeling of the countryside.

We have three of her pieces on display at Kingarroch Inn: Water over the Tay, watercolour, Roof Tops, watercolour, and End of the Day, acrylic.