ScotlandFrench Restaurants

A

Bella Mbriana

Bella Mbriana serves simple dishes, either fish, meat, or vegetable -based and all finished with superb extra virgin olive oil drizzled on top to keep the essence of each flavor.

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B

Kalpna

The owner and head chef of Kalpna, travelled throughout India learning the different regional styles of cooking before coming to Scotland to establish the Kalpna.

Photo - Kalpna

C

Plumed horse

A Michelin starred restaurant that has relocated from the middle of nowhere somewhere North of Castle Douglas. Not an easy accolade to achieve so far off the beaten track.

Photo - Plumed horse

D

The Grain Store

The Grainstore uses only the best local produce: Scottish beef and lamb, market fresh fish and seafood, venison, game birds, forest picked wild mushrooms and the finest fresh fruit

Photo - The Grain Store

E

Riva

A modern restaurant offering you high quality Italian cuisine.

Photo - Riva

F

La Bonne Auberge

Using the freshest ingredients, the menus offer excellent value for money and tantalising cuisine inspired by France and the Mediterranean.

Photo - La Bonne Auberge

G

La Parmigiana

La Parmigiana has a long and proud tradition of serving the very finest Italian food, prepared using the best possible quality local ingredients.

Photo - La Parmigiana

H

An Lochan

An Lochan has a passion for the finest natural ingredients. The style of cooking is unfussy with clean tastes, not allowing anything to distract from the fantastic flavours

Photo - An Lochan

I

Goblin Ha

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

Photo - Goblin Ha

J

Castleton House

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

Photo - Castleton House


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