"Jim Knox combines the jobs of a bespoke fishmonger and a raconteur of fishing lore"
- Michael Raffael, Gourmet Traveller (Food and Travel Magazine)

Ahoy! Thanks for dropping by our web space. We're currently working on getting it shipshape because exciting changes are on the horizon...

As we begin planting the seeds of a new venture, The Fisherman's Larder is closing its doors. Upwards and onwards, we're focused on celebrating our dual passion for Soil and Surf. For us, these elements are inseparable, forming the essence of 'the good life' in the East Neuk of Fife.

With this in mind, our approach to work and pleasure is inspired by going with the flow and home-grown (not flown), seasonal cycles and locally sourced, hard work and yellow wellies, barefoot and beachcombing, outdoor entertaining and edible gardens, handmade and reclaimed, catch of the day and time to play, down to earth and endless skies, deep roots and rolling tides. 

Float your boat? We'd love to bring our experience in creative gardening and coastal living home to you.

Check social media for upcoming announcements - we're currently using The Fisherman's Larder spaces on Facebook and Instagram.

Meanwhile, THANK YOU to all our loyal customers, clients and friends who have helped to make The Fisherman's Larder a success over the years. We hope to work (like a fisherman) or play (like a pirate) with you again soon. Until then... 


Our clients and venues include the Old Course Hotel, Visit Scotland, Scottish Government (with Marine Scotland), Seafood Scotland, the multi-award winning Anstruther Fish Bar, Fisherman's Mutual Association (Pittenweem), award-winning Ardross Farm ShopThe Fairmont Hotel, St Andrews Food & Drink Festival, award-winning Spindrift Hotel, Food From Fife, Cambo EstateCrail Food Festival, Scottish Fisheries Museum, Inn at Lathones, Anstruther Harbour Festival, East Pier Smokehouse in St Monans, award-winning Cromars Fish & Chip Bar and Balgove Larder.


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