Found within the charming town of Rosyth in Dunfermline is the quaint Gothenburg Hotel, which features an excellent bar and lounge area with a myriad mouth-watering dishes.
With plenty of televised sports being shown as well as a frequently updated jukebox, all walks of life will be able to find something to uplift the atmosphere as they enjoy some good old fashioned pub food. The tastecard can even be used on Friday nights, making the Gothenburg Hotel the perfect place to kick off the weekend.
Ideal for a quick bar nibble or for some conversation pieces are the delectable starters and sharing platters. For a warm up before the main event try the tantalising tempura king prawns, garnished with salad, onion rings and a sweet chilli dip, or the enchanting Scottish bon bons, battered balls of haggis and black pudding with a side of whiskey sauce. Bring a banquet to the table with the sharing platters, including the exemplary Premium Garlic Bread Slices, grilled with chicken and bacon, and the monstrous Pairs Platter, an ensemble of chicken strips, BBQ pork ribs, onion rings and more.
There are many main courses to choose from, with cuisines hopping between borders and continents freely, yet still retaining a lot of the classic pub favourites. For a satisfying light bite sample the delicious king prawn bruschetta, topped with grilled king prawns and the chef’s special salsa, or one of the beloved jacket potatoes, with a choice of filling including BBQ pulled pork, beef chilli, Cajun chicken and mango mayo and many more.
Heartier affairs involve tried and tested favourites like fish and chips as well as brilliant burgers, meaning that everyone will be able to find something to suit their tastes. Located just off the A985 and close to the Rosyth Public Park, Gothenburg Hotel makes for the perfect spot to stop off at whilst travelling to North Queensferry, Charlestown or any other coastal town.