Restaurant review: Beveridge Park Hotel

Curries at Beveridge Park Hotel
Curries at Beveridge Park Hotel

Every time I have been to the Beveridge Park Hotel, I go along determined to try some of the European dishes on offer in the half European, half Indian menu.

Then, when I walk in the door and the beautiful aroma of the curry spices reach my nose, all my resolve to try the other menu goes straight out the window.

I can say without a doubt that the Beveridge Park Hotel offers best curry in town – if not Fife!

With their authentic preparation methods, using only the best of ingredients, the chefs never fail to cook up some of the tastiest dishes I have tasted on my travels the length and breadth of the country.

And my most recent visit was no exception...

From the warm welcome and attentiveness of the staff who greeted us on our arrival, to the prompt, but not invasive service, this visit was another hit.

The Winter Warmer menu offers two courses, with the choice to mix and match the dishes for just £9.95.

I started off my meal with some mushroom pakora – believing the vegetarian option would be a lighter option and leave more room for the main event.

The batter was light, with just the right amount of bite and with the spicy mango chutney and salad accompaniment it was just the right amount. My fellow diner chose the chat phat - spicy chicken wings with just the right amount of spice to make it tasty without being overpowering.

Then it was on to the main event for myself a lamb bhoona and for my friend a chicken rogan josh. The menu only gives the option of chicken or vegetable curries, but I chanced my arm and asked for lamb, my favourite in a curry, and it was no trouble at all for the accommodating chef.

The lamb was absolutely devine and just melted in my mouth, and the bhoona sauce was delicate and flavoursome without making my nose run too much! I was assured the chicken dish was just as delightful. We had it accompanied by rice and a garlic nan, which we only managed to get half way through before being unable to eat any more.

All in all it was a delicious meal that offers great value for money.


Mushroom vegetable or chicken pakora

Chicken chat phat

Onion bhajis

Soup of the Day

Egg Marie Rose

Fan of Melon (with raspberry coulis)

Garlic Mushrooms

Smooth Chicken Liver Pate (served with oatcakes)


Chicken or vegetable

Tikka Sizzler or Tikka Masala


Rogan Josh




Turkey and Trimmings

Steak and Ale Pie


Breaded or Battered Haddock


Macaroni Cheese


Chef’s Salad