The Royal Arch Tavern, Bar & Bistro

The Royal Arch Tavern, Bar & Bistro
The Royal Arch Tavern, Bar & Bistro
The Royal Arch Tavern, Bar & Bistro
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The Royal Arch and logo were associated with The Royal Arch monument built in Dundee during the 1840s to celebrate the visit of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert in 1863. The monument was demolished in the 1960s to make way for the Tay Road Bridge. However a fragment of this Victorian arch is on display at the bar. The Royal Arch is now owned by Jonathan and Alison Stewart, son Jon and daughter Jenny We offer an extensive menu to cater for many different tastes. Our freshly prepared menu may be served in the Art Deco splendour of the Gavel Lounge, or in the authentic and historical Saloon Bar, or even within our seasonal pavement café. Renowned for its promotion of fresh local produce our menu ranges from light snacks and healthy options to traditional fayre, and favourites from around the globe. The Royal Arch was recently elected 'Scottish Community Pub of the Year ' in The DRAM Scottish Licensed Trade Awards. Visit Scotland's incognito inspector says: "The Royal Arch Restaurant occupies a prime location in Brook Street Broughty Ferry. On entry the interior is cosy and the stained glass displays add colour and character. Fresh flowers on the tables create a pleasant ambience and the atmosphere is relaxing to enjoy your meal or a lighter option if you so desire, capably served by friendly and efficient staff". Bon appetit! Eat Scotland acclaimed CAMRA British Good Beer Guide listed Caskmarque accredited

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285 Brook Street, Broughty Ferry, Dundee, DD5 2DS