Brilliant spot for some al fresco fish & chips!
This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Wheelchair, Powerchair
Perfect spot over looking the harbour. Opposite one of Scotland's (the world's?) best fish & chip shops!
Transport & Parking
Although there was blue badge parking it would be better if there were a couple more spaces. There was a big sign stating that misuse of blue badge spaces would result in a fine. We drove and I imagine it would be tricky to get there using public transport.
The quayside itself is cobbled so will pretty it makes for a bumpy ride! It is all on the level and there are dropped kerbs where needed. The benches are spread out well and enable a wheelchair user to sit next to them.
There is a public loo available. It had bins in interesting places but other than that was fairly spacious and clean.
Anything else you wish to tell us?
Really pretty spot with hanging baskets and bunting out too. We despatched a pal to get fish & chips from the famous Anstuther Fish Bar across the road (unfortunately not wheelchair accessible) as many other folk were doing too!