Herges on the Loch is ideally situated for anyone visiting Melrose or Abbotsford, home of Sir Walter Scott. It nestles just off the A68, at the top of Gunknowe Loch in Tweedbank with panoramic views of birdlife on the water.
Herges on the Loch is ideally situated for anyone visiting Abbotsford, home of Sir Walter Scott or the nearby Abbey town of Melrose. It nestles, just off the A68, at the top of Gunknowe Loch in Tweedbank and its panoramic views of all the birdlife on the water, makes for an interesting and relaxing dining experience.
The owners, Sandy and Karen offer a warm welcome and take pride in ensuring that everyone's visit is memorable and enjoyable.
Their Head Chef, Len Cumming and his team, carefully prepare and cook dishes to order, using fresh, local ingredients. The full menu is offered both at lunch and evening and also a light bite selection at lunchtime for smaller appetites. Children have their own healthy options.
Herges on the Loch offers a bright airy atmoshere and excellent facilities for all.
An exciting new venue, Herges on the Loch near Galashiels offers outstanding food in a restaurant where you can watch the swans on the loch.
Duckling confit terrine, marinated sultanas, toasted brioche with fig chutney: "A good combination of flavours with the chutney and orange adding both a sweet and sharp contrast to the duck." "An excellently produced first course."
Chargrilled sirloin steak with hand cut cajun wedges: "Sirloin steak served on top of laid out wedges, with a clolourful vegetable selection to the side." "A good quality piece of lean meat with little gristle or fat."
Border tart, vanilla pod ice cream with fresh egg custard: "A well made, crisp pastry tartlet filled with walnuts and raisins in a syrup franzipan. There was a distinct vanilla taste to the creamy ice cream, accompanied by a rich custard."