The Court House

Wood-Fired Pizza – That’s Amore!

If you’ve ever tasted a Court House wood-fired pizza, you don’t need us to tell you that there is no better way to enjoy hot bread and cheese.

Our custom made oven reaches temperatures of nearly 400°C and can cook a pizza in under two minutes.  The trick is to keep a small fire continuously burning to maintain that optimum heat. The  carefully designed thick-walled dome helps to maintain this temperature.

A quick bake like this means that the crust is crispy but still has a good chew, while the toppings are cooked to perfection without being over-done. We’ve all pulled a shop bought pizza out of the oven to find it soggy in the middle and carbonised everywhere else.

We are lucky enough to have our very own woodland where we cut a mixture of willow, ash and sycamore to feed the flames.  We only use these specific woods as they are not only a great fuel source, but the regular coppicing of these faster growing species helps to maintain the forest.

Using hardwoods like these ensures we get maximum heat in the quickest possible time, which also cuts down on smoke creation.  Another bonus is that we never run out of wood, we simply send the boss up the road with his trailer and a chainsaw!

We also use the highest quality ingredients to ensure the best tasting crust. We champion locally produced toppings like our sausage from Henderson’s of Glenrothes and fresh salmon smoked locally.

We’ve got 8 delicious pizzas on the menu at the moment but we’re creative types; if you have a hankering for a tailor-made offering, just ask and we’ll do our best to accommodate you.

Mangiare!

guest discount scheme

Guest Discount Scheme

The Court House is all about supporting the community. So recently, we met with a local accommodation provider in Milnathort who takes part in our Guest Discount Scheme. Our scheme

court house office space resturant

Office space at The Court House

Restaurant and office space rolled into one! The Court House has been at the heart of the Kinross community since 1826. Serving as prison, mortuary, court room and council office