Creel Restaurant  

 

 
 
 

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  • East Lothian Food & Drink Awards 'Best Restaurant Meal 2011'
  • Silver award runner-up Scottish Chef Awards Rural Chef of the Year 2009
  • Finalist for Scottish Seafood Restaurant of the Year 2009
  • New entrant into the prestigious Good Food Guide 2009
  • Slow Food Winner 2007 East Lothian Food & Drinks Awards
  Situated in the harbourside area of Dunbar, you will find the Creel Restaurant on the cross roads of Victoria Street and Victoria Place.

This historically saturated town along with the picture perfect coast line of East Lothian falls perfectly into place as the magical back drop and stage for the Creel Restaurant.

The Creel Restaurant is headed By Chef Proprietor Logan Thorburn (formerly of the kitchens of 'seafood king' Rick Stein and the two Michelin starred 'magician' John Campbell currently at The Vineyard at Stock Cross, Newbury) and supported magnificently by a young and vibrant local team.

 

Our aim is that you come, relax and enjoy a memorable visit with kind, friendly and attentive service, wonderfully well matched wines from both the New and Old Worlds, and of course the most superb simple locally sourced food turned into a modern classical fashion all of it’s own!

Reservations

Telephone bookings are advised to avoid disappointment. Pre-bookings for weekends are a must! Please note we do not accept online bookings.

To make your lunch or dinner reservation, please call us on 01368 863279.

 

 

The Harbour, 25 Lamer Street, Dunbar, East Lothian, EH42 1HJ
T: 01368 863279

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