£1 for 60 Restaurant
The Cambustay, Dundee - Vintage Inns

8 Dalhousie Road, Broughty Ferry, Dundee, , Angus, DD5 2SQ

01382 480 286
You must mention your Gourmet Society card when booking
Modern British
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Discount applies to food and drinks ordered when dining. Excludes fixed price, set menus and Saturday steak night offer. Excludes bank holidays, special occasion dates and the month of December. Due to licensing laws in Scotland, discount may not be applied to alcoholic drinks in Scottish restaurants.

The Cambustay in Dundee is a country pub & restaurant oozing rural charm and rustic character. The picturesque surroundings provide the perfect backdrop for savouring the hearty, seasonal pub-food on the menu, and the carefully nurtured cask ales and fine wines gracing the bar.

Dating back to the 1850s, The Cambustay was also known as The Kittiwake for a short period before the name was changed back to its original. The pub's origins reflected the wealth of the area, wealth that was based on the trade in jute from India. The Cambustay prospered thanks to the affluent lifestyle of the jute barons of Dundee, a lifestyle made possible by the opening of the Dundee and Arbroath railway line in 1838.

Enjoy a spot by the roaring log-fire or make the best of the British summertime by eating alfresco in the pretty beer garden.

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Offer and Availability

25% OFF the total bill

Get 25% off your entire bill, including your drinks. Offer applies to the à la carte menu only. Limited to 1 Gourmet Society card per party. Groups cannot be split to use additional Gourmet Society memberships.

  • Fridays
  • Saturdays
  • Sundays
  • December

Number of people:
  • Up to 6

  • Please mention the Gourmet Society
Please Note

Please ALWAYS check availability

You MUST book in advance unless otherwise stated.

What our members say about The Cambustay, Dundee - Vintage Inns

A comfortable family-friendly pub with very friendly staff and a pleasant atmosphere. Like all Vintage Inns, the food is generally good, though some regular dishes like the Chicken & Leek Pie have declined in quality (less chicken and much less flavour). On the other hand, the rump steak has improved, with better quality (more tender) meat. There is always a good selection of wines, beers and other drinks.

David C.
Broughty Ferry

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