- Scottish Borders
The Black Bull uses only the best quality local beef, lamb, fish and seasonal game, all prepared to order by owner/chef Maureen Rennie
The main restaurant serves 50 people. The upper level is also a bar lounge that can also serve 50 people where private parties are welcome. The food is Halal.
The a La Carte Restaurant offers the perfect mix of Scottish Hospitality and high quality contemporary cuisine served in refined surroundings.
Employing top chefs in the business, the hotel prides itself as one of the finest places to enjoy classical Scottish cuisine.
- Central and Stirling
At Glenskirlie is on offer two dining options: the long-established, award-winning fine dining Glenskirlie House restaurant and the new more relaxed Castle Grill.
- Edinburgh and Lothians
If you are looking for a restaurant that serves high quality meals, using the best locally sourced produce, much of which is organic, then look no further than The Rocks.
- Edinburgh City Centre
Specialising in French country cooking exclusively from the wild and rural Languedoc region, which borders Catalonia on the sunny Med, La Garrigue offers genuinely alternative food
Fifi and Ally aim to provide the very best local and organic produce. The dishes are simple and pared down to allow the ingredients to speak for themselves.
A family-run Italian restaurant right in the centre of Glasgow, La Lanterna makes you wonder why people bother with pizza chains. Proud to be the oldest such restaurant in Glasgow,
The Willow was the only tea room building where Charles Rennie Mackintosh had complete control over every aspect of the design - exterior as well as the interior.
What other people say
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