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Captains Galley, Scrabster Wins Taste Of Scotland Award 2007

26th October 2007

The Captains Galley has picked up another prestigious award at the Silver Thistle Awards run by Visit Scotland. Jim cowie has won the Taste of Scotland Award for 2007 adding to his growing collection of awards for his high quality fish dishes in his restaurant set in the foormer ice house at Scrabster.

After a life time's service in the fishing industry, Jim Cowie has put his valuable knowledge and experience to excellent use. At The Captain's Galley in Scrabster every raw ingredient used is not only of the highest quality and as fresh as possible, but is guaranteed to conform to the restaurant's stringent ethical and environmental policies. Diners are able to tell the exact journey their meal has made as the name of the boat that caught it and the harbour where it was landed appears against every menu item.

 

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