More restaurants and places to eat in Perthshire and Angus & Dundee
The Brasserie at Crieff Hydro, Perthshire
Legends of Grandtully, the Coffee House, shop and Scottish Chocolate Centre, Perthshire
The restaurant, Monachyle Mhor Hotel, Perthshire
The North Port Restaurant, Perth
Discover great food and drink in restaurants in Perth city centre and across Perthshire. Whether you're looking for dinner or a quick bite to eat, there is a wonderful choice of eateries, including many cafes and tearooms bursting with home made delights.
There are plenty opportunities to enjoy the regional flavours of Perthshire. Indulge in a real foodie experience and enjoy the region’s many unique flavours. Treat yourself to Michelin-starred dining at Gleneagles, picturesque waterfront restaurants and fine dining in the heart of Perth.
Take in stunning panoramic views while dining al fresco at the Summer House Café of Loch Leven’s Larder and savour exquisite dishes prepared using the finest seasonal ingredients.
For a truly unforgettable meal in lavish surroundings, pay a visit to Andrew Fairlie’s Restaurant at the Gleneagles Hotel. The only Scottish establishment with two Michelin stars, it serves French cuisine with a Scottish twist. Try the restaurant’s signature dish - smoked lobster prepared over old whisky barrels for no less than 12 hours.
Part of the historic Blair Castle, Scotland's most visited private house, Blair Castle Tullibardine Restaurant is open daily (1 April to 30 October 2009) offering a tempting selection of home-baking, lunches and afternoon teas.
Husband and wife team, Tim and Anna Dover extend a warm welcome to you at The Roost Restaurant. This intimate little restaurant is open for lunches every day (except Monday), and serves evening meals on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays.
A choice of bars offers a contrast of styles. Choose to relax in the lounge bar or enjoy the banter of the sports bar. Both offer a great selection of ales and lagers and naturally a connoisseurs choice of Scottish malts awaits you.
Barley Bree is a former coaching inn, situated in a pretty village, not far from the market town of Crieff. A small, family run hotel in rural Perthshire, offering good quality food using great local produce.
63 Tay Street is located in the heart of historic Perth. This highly rated restaurant uses produce sourced locally and from fine suppliers a little further afield. An extensive wine list is a feature of the restaurant.