ScotlandFrench Restaurants

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Goblin Ha

A fabulous Pub in a quiet village with a good contemporary menu and lovely beer garden

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B

Pier House

The Pier House Hotel uses only the finest seasonal Scottish seafood, meat, game and vegetables. Working very closely with local suppliers to achieve exceptionally high standards of

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C

Fox and Hounds

The Fox and Hounds is renowned for it\'s high culinary standards in the preparation of fine Scottish foods, excellent Real Ale and a warm Scottish welcome

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Mansfield House Hotel

The Dining Room has been tastefully restored and the hotel enjoys an excellent reputation world wide for good food, wine and friendly personal service. Wherever possible, The Mansf

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E

Andiamo

Authentic Italian cuisine using only the finest and freshest produce in superb, stylish surroundings, Andiamo Restaurants shy away from the stereotypical themed Italian restaurants

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F

Castleton House

Castleton has held 3 AA rosettes since 2004, grouping it amongst Scotland\'s elite restaurants.

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G

Waterfront

Fresh fish comes straight from the fishing boats into the fishmongers below and up into the kitchen. Crabs come from Mull, oysters from Colonsay (small and creamy), handmade cheese

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McPhabbs

Local residents in Glasgow\'s historic Anderston ward have long known about the understated charms of this alehouse.

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I

Coast

The menu changes seasonally to utilise the best local ingredients. Richard Fowler Head Chef and Proprietor and his small team prepare everything in house.

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J

Riva

A modern restaurant offering you high quality Italian cuisine.

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