The spires, turrets, towers and statues grab attention as you approach the castle and its links with history, royalty and legends make Glamis one of Scotland's most fascinating attractions.
The spires, turrets, towers and statues grab attention as you approach the castle and its links with history, royalty and legends make Glamis one of Scotland's most fascinating attractions. This is a popular place for enjoying a day out and the Victorian Kitchen Restaurant enhances the whole experience.
The restaurant is set within the old castle kitchens amidst a range of 19th Century ovens, stoves and copper pans all carefully restored. It is characteristic of the place, and we like to serve good, hearty, Scottish Fayre! Quality is one of our key ingredients- be it in our homebaking, our range of cakes and scones, our 'Glamis Bridies' or our traditional Sunday roasts. Where possible we use local produce- often including fruits and vegetables from the castle's own garden- with the emphasis on giving our guests a flavour of Scotland.
The Victorian Kitchen Restaurant within Glamis Castle has a historical ambience; its walls are adorned with artwork showing the local countryside and historical figures, and old copper pots and pans along with black iron ranges, purely for decoration now but obviously used in times gone by, offer a glimpse of how the original kitchen was. The high standard of food and service are certainly an enticement to visit The Victorian Kitchen Restaurant whether visiting Glamis Castle or not.
Homemade Lentil and Vegetable Soup, Farmhouse Bread Selection:
"The soup was well balanced with a good base allowing the prominent flavour of lentil and vegetables to appropriately dominate." "There was a smooth, silky consistency to the soup with a very good balance of flavours. Skilfully prepared and presented."