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February 7, 2014
[Tony Singh is just one of the chefs who will be swinging his kilt on Sunday.][1]
Tony Singh is just one of the chefs who will be swinging his kilt on Sunday.

Fancy sinking your teeth into some mighty fine Scottish produce this weekend? Of course you do. So make tracks for the Fine Food Fayre which is taking place at the Younger Hall in St Andrews on Sunday.

Running from 11am to 5pm, the Fine Food Fayre will feature more than 50 Scottish food producers ranging from the Eden Brewery to Dunkeld Smoked Salmon via Iain Burnett, the Highland Chocolatier.

Chef demos

As well as producers, there will be chefs demos taking place throughout the day. Look out for cooking demonstrations by Scott Davies, a semi finalist on Masterchef: The Professionals; Spiceman Tony Singh; Geoffrey Smeddle, of the Michelin starred Peat Inn, and Chris Trotter, who recently published The Whole Hog.

There will also be a mixology masterclass by Andy Gillan of The Adamson bar and kitchen.

Charity event

The event is a collaboration between St Andrews’ Rag Week and the town’s Fine Food and Dining Society. All profits go to charity.

5pm Fife restaurants

Naturally, many of the stalls will be selling delicious treats to eat on the spot. If you are looking to eat out in St Andrews in the evening then you may care to browse 5pm’s selection of Fife restaurants.

Member restaurants include the Terrace Restaurant at Rufflets; Sands Grill at The Old Course Hotel and Esperante at the Fairmont St Andrews.