I had my wedding here and Gina and Bobby and the staff were absolutely amazing, catered to our Every want and need leading up to the big day and made sure that our day went smoothly. We always get a warm welcome everytime we're in for something to eat. Highly recommend for functions, food and drinks, absolute gem of a place.
I have several eating problems, the chefs were brilliant in catering for a vegetarian with a wheat and dairy intolerance. Loads of good food...
We stayed at the hotel in may 2016 for a familly wedding having came from ayr defietly recommend staff were lovely and kids had a lovely time too x
I came in with my elderly gran and the staff were amazing with her, everyone was so nice and friendly and made sure she was as comfortable as she could be. One waitress even closed the windows for us and was extremely nice. The food was amazing and so fast and again, everyone was very friendly at the table and the bar. The mix of traditional and indian food worked extremely well for all of us to get what we liked.
Thank you guys so much for making my grandads birthday as comfortable as possible.
Elizabeth June 2017
This was our first visit to this hotel for lunch and found very pleasant surroundings. On arrival we were greeted by a very friendly member of staff who showed us to our table in the dining room. The menu was varied & catered for most tastes. Our order was taken promptly and although the dining room was busy we didn't have to wait long for our food which was piping hot and an adequate portion. Prices on par with other eating places in town. Will definitely be back again in the future.
Myallmar Trip Advisor May 2017
Always have to come to eat at the restaurant at least twice when in the area - discovered the delicious Indian side to the menu several years ago and won't eat Indian anywhere else in the area as we save ourselves for here! The Nan bread are huge and so freshly made - all the dishes we have tried are exemplary and some of the best we have eaten with plenty of sauce so all the Nan gets eaten! Some of our party only eat from the Scottish side and their food has never disappointed either.
Scout030303 Trip Advisor April 2017
My husband and I were married here in july 2015 and we could not fault the big day. The staff were all amazing, friendly and couldn't do enough to help the day go smoothly. We returned this year for our anniversary and have to say we were not disappointed. Again the staff were fab, we had a meal in the restaurant at night and the food was amazing. Friendly waiting staff very quick service. The bedroom we were given was an executive suite and it was lovely and clean. Went for breakfast the following day and the gentleman showed us to our table pointed out the continental breakfast then asked if we would like anything cooked. Which we did have a full breakfast which again was lovely. The gentleman then asked if we wanted toast and offered to make it for us. Never had a bad meal In this hotel, cannot fault the staff and would recommend anyone to stay here.
Lyndsay, Trip Advisor 2016
We didn't stay at the hotel although by all reports the refurbished rooms are excellent and very good value. We did, however, go to a function in the fantastic ballroom and ate in the even better restaurant!!!
The hotel used to be called the Parkway and was taken over a few years ago by a couple who have blended their heritages brilliantly. They have an Indian and Scottish background and the menu reflects this. Excellent "British" food alongside "Indian" cuisine - and at under £10 for the Pre Theatre Menu for two courses can you get better value - having tasted the chicken dansak - no!!! Fantastic!!! Lovely relaxed bar which flows into the eating area and, as stated, a good ballroom for functions. If the rooms are as good as the food then the new owners are onto a winner!!
Eddie Cairns 2016
Myself and other half went for a nice romantic lunch, excellent service, attentive and prompt without being intrusive or rushed, food delicious, low price but good quality, would definitely return and would easily recommend.
Jan R, February 2017
The Beveridge Park Hotel welcomes you to this peninsular on the east coast of Scotland. You cannot miss it on the map the Kingdom is shaped like the head of a scotty dog. The word Kingdom is not used in any official capacity to describe the county of Fife but rather it is a romantic description of a land and its people who for a large part of their history were seperated from the rest of Scotland by natural barriers. The description of Fife as a Kingdom probably dates back to the 5th Century when it was known as Fib, one of the seven kingdoms of the Pictish tribes.
Fife has a proud history and was home to Scotlands capital for six centuries. It is a small county, only 50 miles across at its widest point but it has a varied landscape to explore from rolling hills to rocky coves and sandy beaches. Accommodation in Kirkcaldy at the Beveridge Park Hotel, next to the railway station and bus station, gives our visitors ease of access to all that the Kingdom offers.
An industrial town on the east coast of Scotland might seem a strange place to come for a holiday or a visit but the towns central location on the east coast of Fife means it the only choice for those wishing to explore the east coast and central Scotland. Kirkcaldy is part of the main East-Coast rail line starting at Kings Cross in London and terminating at Aberdeen. You can travel directly from Kirkcaldy by rail to London, Edinburgh, Dundee. Perth, Inverness and Aberdeen as well as stopping at many of the coastal towns in Fife. You will also find that the Bus station at the town centre will allow you to travel all over Fife, from Dunfermline to St Andrews and further afield to Glasgow. Edinburgh, Dundee, Perth and Glasgow are close enough to be visited for a day trip from the Beveridge Park Hotel. However, if we think of Kirkcaldy only because of its location and to use as a jumping off point we do the town a great disservice.
Kirkcaldy is one of the larger towns in Fife and has many amenities that will appeal to visitors. Within close proximity to the Beveridge Park Hotel our guests will find the main shopping area, clubs, pubs and many dining places including our own highly regarded in-house restaurant. For more cultured tastes the Beveridge Park Hotel is close to the Museum, Art Gallery, Library, Theatre and Cinema. For those guests who enjoy outdoor pursuits, Kirkcaldy boasts two golf courses, a fishing lake and nearby horse riding facilities. The town has three well maintained parks one of which is only a two minute walk from the Hotel and gives the Beveridge Park Hotel its name. For those who enjoy a walk, Kirkcaldy is one of the towns on the Fife Coastal Path, a series of walks stretching from The Forth Bridges in the south to the the Tay Bridges in the north. The walk between Kinghorn and Kirkcaldy is a favourite with ramblers, with its great views of the Forth, its rocky landscapes and its wildlife. When you reach Kirkcaldy you can continue along the Esplanade, past the harbour, up the hill towards Pathhead and then into Ravenscraig Park and onto picturesque Dysart harbour.
Kirkcaldy aquired its nickname, the Lang Toun (Long Town), because early in the towns development it was for the most part one long street. The town in modern times has seen a great expansion and now spreads out in all directions but residents of the town are still known as Langtonians. Kirkcaldy has a proud history and many Langtonians have made their mark in the world. The most famous of our sons is undoudtably Adam Smith the political economist and philosopher who finished his great work, 'An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations', in his mothers house in Kirkcaldy High Street. Less celebrated in his home town is Sandford Fleming, engineer, inventor and scientist who became chief engineer on the Canadian Pacific Railway and was the developer of 'Standard Time". The list of Langtonians of note goes on into modern times with artist Jack Vettriano and Gordon Brown who was Prime Minister from 2007 to 2010.
The staff and proprietors of The Beveridge Park Hotel will take great pleasure in providing comfortable accommodation for you and will help you get the most out of your visit to Kirkcaldy, to Fife and to Scotland.
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A warm welcome to Kumar’s Restaurant at the Beveridge Park Hotel.
The Beveridge Park Hotel was taken over in 2007 by husband and wife team Bobby and Gina Kumar. Bobby and Gina have built up a wealth of experience in the hotel, restaurant and catering sectors. Bobby has had the honour to work as head chef for some of the most prestigious restaurants in the border regions of Scotland. He is highly respected by his contemporaries and has won many awards for his cooking as well as being sought after to judge MasterChef style competitions.
With a deep rooted passion for cooking and a keen interest in developing his own recipes it is little wonder Bobby demands the best, “We only use the finest, locally sourced ingredients from local suppliers such as Glen Fisheries, M&J Seafoods, Hendersons and Watsons of Leven. Fresh produce, seafood and prime cuts from Scottish markets are delivered daily to ensure the best quality and flavours”.
Since opening Bobby and Gina have enjoyed the valued support of their local, national and international guests who all agree that the fusion between European and Indian dishes is simply irresistible.
“We pride ourselves in the fact that none of our food contains artificial colourings or preservatives and is mostly gluten free but please ask".
We do hope you enjoy your dining experience with us. Our staff are eager to be of service with the emphasis on serving good food, cooked to perfection”.