A Moray business group has produced a new guide to some of the area’s most visitor-friendly eateries as part of plans to boost food tourism.
Elgin’s Business Improvement District (BID) organisation launched the pamphlet this week as part of Scotland’s year of food and drink.
The Elgin Food and Drink guide lists recommended spots for everything from fine dining and pubs to takeaway restaurants, and will be available for free at tourist outlets across the Highlands and Moray.
Elgin BID’s Gill Neil said: “There is a choice of food in Elgin for every palate and with a price tag to suit every pocket.”
Scottish tourism bosses estimate that visitors to the country spend almost a fifth of their holiday budget on eating and drinking.
On Tuesday, the Moray Economic Partnership held a tourism summit in Elgin which prioritised the area’s food and drink as a key source of income.
Elgin BID is a non-profit company committed to improving trade in the town centre.