With a selection of six places to eat and drink, all with their own unique menus, Crieff Hydro’s got something for every appetite.
Whether you’re looking for a quick bite, fine dining, family friendly food or a romantic meal, you won’t be disappointed.
For something a little more formal, try the Meikle. It’s a grand setting, without the fuss. Wood panelling, high ceilings, huge windows – and attentive service. But the real star is the food, with a focus on local produce and inspiring dishes created by three-times Scottish Chef of the Year, Executive Head Chef Bruce Price.
The Brasserie is a touch less formal (but no less delicious). There’s a chatty, clinking buzz about the place. For an Italian slice, head to the Piccolo Brasserie where pizza, pasta and great value are the order of the day.
For a totally relaxed vibe, the Hub serves up anything from light bites and cakes, to hotdogs and burgers. And if you want to add a touch of luxury to lunch, the Victorian Winter Garden offers afternoon teas and stunning views across the Strathearn Valley.
If you’d like to take your dog along to dine, the Clubhouse is the spot for a delicious, pooch-friendly relaxed lunch.