Local Restaurants and Eateries

Scottish cuisine is flavoursome with both sweet and savoury dishes known throughout the world. Succulent salmon, rich venison, tasty locally grown vegetables, haggis, cakes and dainties. All washed down with a fine dram.

The Boathouse Kitchen & Bar, Loch Tay

Situated beside the marina overlooking the loch, The Boathouse Kitchen and Bar offers a hearty menu inspired by the fantastic range of options Scotland has to offer.  We have a passion for using seasonal, local produce and are here to ensure our guests have the very best experience from the moment you walk through the door.

The Crannog, Stirling

An impressive location, just beneath Stirling Castle. There are a variety of different spaces from which to enjoy the views of the Castle or loch, including an extensive decked area and a balcony over the water.

Barley Bree, Muthill

A family-run restaurant in Comrie, offering the very best Scottish ingredients prepared with French flair. Well-decorated and winner of the Scottish Restaurant of the Year 2013, enjoy top-class cuisine in Comrie.

The Four Seasons Hotel, St Fillans

In a picturesque setting on the banks of Loch Earn.
They serve contemporary Scottish cuisine which includes a range of imaginative dishes as well as the more traditional ones. The chef uses only the best ingredients from Scotland’s natural larder, which in many cases are supplied locally, to produce a truly memorable meal.

01764 685333

St Fillans, PH6 2NF

Venachar Lochside, nr Callander

Offering lunches, Sunday roast and private functions. Menu changed regularly, seasonal locally sourced and sustainable produce.

The Broch Cafe, Strathyre

The Broch Cafe, Strathyre great local place for a coffee and cake, with breakfast, lunch and dinner menus available.

The Courie Inn, Killin

A comfortable lounge bar and bistro offering a selection of classic Scottish dishes. Located on the Main Street it is an ideal place to rest and recuperate after a day out on the hills.

Other Great Places to Eat


The MHOR Hotel, Balquhidder is a special and unique family business based in the heart of the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park. Their award-winning hotel restaurant is open to both residents and visitors to the Balquhidder glen.
Lunch is served daily between 12 noon and 1:45pm. During the week an a-la-carte menu is offered along with soup or sandwiches on homemade bread.

MHOR 84 offers the perfect pit stop at the head of Balquhidder glen. The food is served all day from 8am until 9pm satisfying the walkers and cyclists with all day breakfasts, hearty lunches, cakes and pastries to shellfish loving galloping gourmets! A games room keeps the young at heart entertained with a pool table and juke box, tv and with toys and board games too. Roaring log fires are lit inside and out. The restaurant menu is served all day with a daily-changing evening menu and a cracking little wine list. Live music every Thursday “Thank Folk It’s Thursday” with Ewan MacPherson (Shooglenifty) and guests. Winter 7.30pm Summer 9pm music starts.


The Old Bank, Callander offers breakfasts, lunches, snacks and high teas with a variety of cakes. Great place to stop for refreshments if you are shopping in Callander. Built, as the name suggests, in a former bank building.

Deli Ecosse, Callander. A fantastic selection of food and cakes and a lovely selection of local produce to buy.


The Royal Hotel, Comrie has a good local reputation for fine food in its restaurant and bar. Chef Patron David Milsom has been awarded an AA rosette for his innovative but traditionally styled food. This charming small hotel nestles in Comrie, near Crieff amidst the splendor of Strathearn and the Southern Scottish Highlands.


Red Squirrel Cafe, Crieff

The Lounge, Crieff


The Killin Hotel, Killin


The Lochearnhead Hotel enjoys wonderful views over Loch Earn and the surrounding countryside. Relax in the cosy bar over a drink or bar meal or enjoy a meal prepared with the finest fresh local produce in the Loch view restaurant.