Whether you are looking for somewhere to go for a mid morning coffee and cake or are looking for lunch or an evening meal, the Falkirk area is now home to a number of award winning cafes and restaurants and defintely worth a try if you are visiting the area.
Recent successes include Amodo Mio who were awarded a Gold at the PAPA awards for Best Italian Restaurant in the UK, Sanam Tandoori who won Restaurant of the Year 2016 in the Asian Food Awards for Central & Fife Region, and were in the Shortlist for Best Restaurant within Scotland (Technically placing them within the top 5 Indian restaurants in Scotland).
The cafe at Bo'ness and Kinneil Railway also received a Visit Scotland 'Taste our Best Award' for using locally sourced produce. See more restaurant listings for Bo’ness here.
For a full list of cafes and restaurants within Falkirk Town Centre please click here.
Falkirk town centre also hosts the Falkirk Farmers market on the 1st Friday of every month if you want to purchase a range of organic and high quality goods straight from the farm. Check out our events diary for the next farmers market and a full listing of things to do in Falkirk.
The Falkirk area has a great range of local food producers so why not tingle your tastebuds with some of the most tantalising treats in town at the likes of Caledonian Cheescake, Mrs Tilly's, Patrick's of Camelon, Kinneil Brew Hoose and Tryst Brewery to mention but a few. Falkirk really does have something for everyone's taste.
Falkirk also has a wide range of dog friendly restaurants who will let you and your four legged friends sit back, and relax. Some of these resturants are located next to Falkirk's top attractions such as Plaza Cafe situated at The Helix, Avonside Inn close to the River Avon Heritage Trail and Canada Wood situated within a five minute drive of Helix Park, Callendar Park and the Falkirk Wheel. Findlays, The Acoustic Cafe, The Shore and Canalside Pub also welcome along your furry friend to join you whilst you have a bite to eat or a drink.