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An award winning farm shop looking to provide you with everything you need for a fantastic local meal. From home grown 21 day matured grass fed beef and lamb, freshly picked vegetables, warm locally baked bread, farmhouse cheese and ice cream...more
Popped in during our walk from Anstruther to Elie and bought some local bacon and sausage to eat when we get home next week. Nice shop with lots of local produce. Not overpriced either.
Malteser cake is to die for so get a piece!!
Bought best steak round ever had Shop just nice size for browsing all the food The staff were very helpful Most of items I bought were frozen and as I was travelling a distance the girl who served me wrapped it up in bubble wrap...More
Visited Ardross Farm Shop after watching Gordon, Gino & Freds road trip on TV. Staff were exceptionally friendly and full of knowledge about everything they sell. I try to support local butchers, farmers markets and farm shops as much as i can to keep them...More
Me and my Parenter are locals, and have always used Ardros for as much shopping as we can! The food is second to none! The Veg is day fresh and my god the meat, it’s the best in Scotland, no, the UK!
I Regularly indulge...More
I love farm shops - bit of a sucker for wandering through them and admiring all the products. I really enjoyed this shop. Visited twice and was served both times by the lovely Gemma. Loads of different products to choose from including jams and lemon...More
On holiday last week in the area I have a tradition of buying local meat to take home with me - in particular if 'famous' in the area e.g. lamb in Wales, beef in Scotland. We had visited a couple of farm shops but Ardross...More
We live quite rurally and are very used to farm shops. Ardross was a really lovely one and still has loads of potential for growth. The produce was fresh and plentiful. If this farmshop had a cafe and could offer light meals using the produce...More