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About the Scotch Beef Club
There’s not just one reason to choose Scotch Beef.
Scotch Beef Club member restaurants are proud to serve Scotch Beef PGI. With traceability and unique assurance which begins on the farm of birth, Scotch Beef is high on quality and high on taste.
If you care about your food and where it comes from, look out for a Scotch Beef Club member restaurant.
Applicants are checked out before they are accepted for membership and revisited on a regular basis. They are asked to keep records of the beef they purchase and to identify Scotch Beef on their menus.
The Scotch Beef Club is aspirational but not elitist. We are very privileged to have HRH The Princess Royal as President of the Club and membership is varied. Scotland’s Michelin starred restaurants are members but so too are smaller restaurants committed to local sourcing and serving well-prepared fresh food for every day occasions.
If you enjoy consistently good food prepared by enthusiastic and committed chefs you need look no further.
The Scotch Beef Club – the perfect dining destination for any occasion.
Get in touch to find out more about the benefits of joining the Scotch Beef Club.
You can contact us using the form to the right, or if you prefer by using the details below.
Alternatively, you can download an application form
- Scotch Beef Club
- Quality Meat Scotland,
- Rural Centre
- West Mains
- EH28 8NZ
- t +44 (0)131 472 4040
- f +44 (0)131 472 4038
- e firstname.lastname@example.org
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