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The beautiful seaside town loved by Kate and William crowned one of best in UK

Princess Kate and Prince William first met in 2001 when they were both students at the University of St Andrews, located in the charming coastal town of St Andrews in Fife, Scotland.

It was during their time as students at St Andrew’s when reportedly “their romance blossomed”.

Kate studied Art History and Prince William pursued a Master of Arts degree in Geography.

And now Scotland’s oldest university town has been crowned as one of the best seaside towns to eat out in the UK.

St Andrews and Aldeburgh were the only two out of more than 100 destinations which scored the maximum five stars for their culinary offerings, according to Which?.

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Scotland’s best seaside town also earned five stars for its two-mile beach and tourist attractions, which include a ruined gothic cathedral.

According to the consumer champion, visitors should expect plenty of foodie flair in St Andrews.

They can café-hop on South Street where they’ll fine find everything from haggis burritos to Fife strawberry gelato.

And for anyone who is thirsty, there’s plenty of options included like a head-spinning selection of cask ales, malt whiskies and local gins at cosy boozers such as The Criterion.

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The ancient university town also has plenty of places to splash the cash.

Local favourites include The Grange Inn, a 17th-century farmhouse with superb views, and The Seafood Ristorante – where visitors can feast on hand-dived scallops while seated in a glass box that juts out over the shorefront.

Other top seaside breaks for foodies include Dartmouth, Tynemouth and Southwold.

All earned four stars for food and drink as well as impressive customer scores.

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