Owned by local award winning chef, Graeme Pallister, this is one of Perthshire's finest award-winning restaurants.
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63 Tay Street

With two AA rosettes and a continued presence in the Michelin Good Food Guide for the UK, 63 Tay Street has always been one of the area's best restaurants.

Graeme prides himself on creating dishes that haven't been played with or fussed over. He uses only local and Scottish artisan suppliers and cooks seasonally to deliver the best taste experience possible. His menus are creative and combine many wonderful tastes and textures and these are all enahanced by a stunning wine menu that boasts some of the world's finest vineyards.

You will find their monthly Slow Food Dinners and other speciality menus and events listed in our Food & Drink Events section. 

 

When Food Become Theatre

When Food Become Theatre

63 Tay Street Tasting Menu

63 Tay Street Tasting Menu

Genoa Cake

Moist and moreish this Genoa cake is like a tasty Christmas cake that is acceptable to eat all year round!

Café Culture at AK Bell Library

Alice headed off to the cafe at AK Bell Library in Perth City centre for a tasty family lunch and browse around the the shop brimming full of pretty gifts and keepsakes!

Small City Property Is Here!

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Get Ready for Summer!

Get yourself ready for summer with a fantastic 10 week training programme from the team at Live Active! This easy to follow programme will have you in shape and ready for the beach in no time!

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Clyde property launches new services

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Colin headed to Perth Concert Hall to see funny man Marcus Brigstocke and tells us all about it in his #SmallCityReview.

All Ability Cycling

Live Active Leisure are looking for help from local businesses who may be interested in sponsoring the All Ability Cycling campaign - aimed at getting those with disabilities active and involved in sport.