The VIC is a twin venue of sorts, like the olsens, except everyone here is a healthy eater and we don't see ourselves being billionaires anytime soon. That's because we are all about cheap as chips food, shin digs befitting of this ancient old town, cocktails, fairytales, and pretty much anything else we can get away with doing in a licensed premises that won't result in our long suffering manager and his associates spending a casual weekend in the jailhouse.
Luvian's Bottle Shop
Since it was founded over twenty seven years ago, Luvians has been dedicated to providing the best of everything. As a specialist, independent drinks retailer, our philosophy is to be different from the crowd. We quickly realised that there was no point in being ordinary because there were others out there who were a lot better than us at it, so we had to be out-of-the-ordinary.
Our range of wines and spirits is unparalleled and is constantly changing, offering a selection of the very finest wines from the Old and the New World.
We also stock over 800 single malt whiskies including some of the very rarest, such as two bottles of the World’s oldest Single Malt Whisky – Mortlach 70 year old!
The Unofficial Guide to Medicine
We are a textbook series that follows a peer-led publishing model. Students and junior doctors write the material, specialists check for factual accuracy, and students review the effectiveness as a learning resource. The model has won prizes from the BMA, the British Institute of Radiology (BIR), the Association for the Study of Medical Education (ASME), and the Medical Women's Federation (MWF).
We currently have six titles and are working with students and junior doctors to expand the series. For opportunities to get involved, join our mailing list, and send an email to email@example.com.
Go to our website to join our information hub: a space to share learning resources, and opportunities to get involved in our future titles. http://unofficialguidetomedicine.com/
Our family have been selling our delicious ice-cream here in St Andrews for over 100 years. Ice-cream is both our life and our passion.
Now with a Gelateria in the Fair City of Perth too, we’re delighted our hand-made Gelato is renowned not just in Scotland but amongst the thousands of visitors from around the world who make a point of stopping off to sample the Jannettas experience!
But we’re not just about the much-loved takeaway ice-cream cone – we also have a fantastic café at our recently refurbished flagship St Andrews premises. And we cater for a huge array of events, from weddings and christenings to student balls, and supply wholesale to a range of other businesses.
Jannettas also create the most stunning hand-made ice-cream cakes, Gelato pops and many other artisan hand-crafted Gelato items. These are popular all year round and make delightful and delicious centrepieces at many events around Scotland, from family Christmas tables and wedding banquets to corporate get-togethers and children’s parties.
The British Medical Association
The British Medical Association (BMA) is the trade union and professional body for 170,000 doctors in the UK.
We are led by a team of executive directors working towards objectives set by the BMA council.
Council sets overall policy which is informed by the needs of grassroots doctors, as determined by the BMA Representative Body, which itself is drawn from branch of practice and regional committees throughout the UK.
Find out about our council, committees and executive directors here.
The Medical Defense Union
The MDU is led and staffed by doctors who have real-life experience of the pressures and challenges you face every day. Their expertise in medico-legal issues, complaints and claims is unparalleled.
Since 1885, we have been indemnifying doctors for incidents arising from their clinical care of patients. We are proud of our heritage, but we are always looking forward, shaping our products and services to meet the changing needs of the medical profession.
MDDUS is a mutual defence organisation founded by and for healthcare professionals, with an expert staff of doctors, dentists, lawyers and risk advisers who are leaders in the medico- and dento-legal field.
The Cottage Kitchen
The Cottage Kitchen is a small, family run coffee shop and restaurant where we pride ourselves on using as much locally sourced produce as possible, as we believe Scotland has some of the best food on offer.
We cook from fresh daily and believe in daily changing menus using the best seasonal produce we can get our hands on, including daily changing salads, lunch dishes, soups and our famous enormous sausage rolls using delicious locally sourced pork. We are passionate about baking, and have a large and ever changing range of cakes, scones, cookies, biscuits, meringues and other goodies, perfect with a locally roasted coffee or cup of tea at any time of day.
First and foremost, we’re a family business – our core unit is made up of two brothers, John and Thomas, Mum and manager Rosslyn, and Dad and business owner Alan. Our chefs are friends of the family, and we’ve all know each other from way back. It’s safe to say we’re a pretty tight knit familia!
We use the freshest ingredients, and we prepare all of our food in front of you – nothing is simply heated up in an oven or a microwave and slapped on a plate. We’re all passionate about the food we create, and we want that to shine through to the final product.
So come on down to Mexigo, you won’t be disappointed. You’ll find us at 79 Bridge Street, St Andrews. You can’t miss us! ¡hasta luego!
West Port Bar & Kitchen
It is a lively meeting place for coffee & cake early morning through to dinner late in the evening. A wide ranging menu with something for everyone in light, contemporary setting with traditional comforts, a beautiful garden and a dedicated area for your wee people.
We are named after the historical West Port gate which is Scotland’s best surviving example of a fortified gate and a great introduction to the medieval heart of St Andrews. The West Port is one of the very few examples of a medieval city gate remaining in Scotland. Built in 1589 and renovated in 1843, it stands at the bottom of St Andrews’ South Street providing an imposing welcome to the town centre – just the effect its builders wished it to have, over 400 years ago.