The seafood restaurant unveils a new look

The seafood restaurant unveils a new look

HeraldScotland:

HeraldScotland:

The Seafood Ristorante in St Andrews has started a new chapter after a revamp, its owner has said.

The multi-award winning restaurant, owned by Rocca Group’s Stefano Pieraccini, has an increased capacity of 56 people and a ‘semi-private’ restaurant for groups of up to 14 people.

Located on Scores Bruce Quay overlooking St Andrews Bay and West Sands Beach, the restaurant offers 360 degree views.

HeraldScotland:

HeraldScotland:

A new reception and bar area has also been created.

Rocca Group commissioned Davidson Baxter Partnership Architects to reimagine the restaurant’s space and interiors for a new generation of customers. The architects had previously worked with the group’s other venues in Edinburgh, Rico’s Ristorante and The Broughton.

The renovation was inspired by Mr. Pieraccini’s desire to inspire his staff and customers and “create an unforgettable dining experience”.

HeraldScotland: Restaurants offer spectacular coastal views.

HeraldScotland: Restaurants offer spectacular coastal views.

The restaurants offer spectacular views of the coast.

Mr Pieraccini said: “With more and more restaurants reopening, it is important that we maintain the highest standards and expectations that our customers and staff have come to expect. Our new look is contemporary, modern and represents the present as well as the future. Interiors reflect the beautiful setting, combining coastal colors with spatial fluidity and intuitive elegance.

Originally open four days a week for lunch and dinner Wednesday through Saturday, the team behind The Seafood Ristorante plans to expand to five days a week from April, with the addition of new service on Tuesdays.

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