Dinner at Inverlochy is an experience to savour in any of our three dining rooms, each decorated with period and elaborate furniture presented as gifts to Inverlochy Castle from the King of Norway.
The menu features modern British cuisine which is internationally recognised by all major guides. We have been awarded AA 3 red Rosettes.
The dining room at Inverlochy Castle is a gem of all but vanished old-world charm and grace. The venue is grandly impressive in a real Country House manner, but the staff manage to combine polished formal skills with well-paced ease and friendliness. The cuisine is seriously devoted to fresh ingredients of the highest quality, many from the Castle's own gardens or smokehouse, and all handled with consummate skill.
Pan fried Venison Loin with its own Liver, Parnsip and Red Wine Pear: "A very attractive presentation with the loin cut into small roundels and the liver into small slivers. A variety of colours on the plate with the poached pear adding another texture and colour." "Beautiful tender pieces of Venison Loin and Liver." "An excellent balance of flavours between the Fennel and Venison. The pear also had a slight aniseed flavour to it and a rich ruby colour."