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Top 3 Restaurants in Scotland you have to Visit

If there’s one thing you’re guaranteed to remember when reminiscing about holidays, it’s the food. If you don’t remember your food, then you’ve not experienced a true taste of the country. We explore the restaurants in Scotland you have to visit this summer.

Brea, Stirling

Almost as soon as it opened, Brea in the heart of Stirling’s historical centre began winning awards. It’s mixture of relaxed dining, excellent service and superb Scottish food made it an instant hit with both critics and the general public. Offering fresh, locally sourced dishes means you are guaranteed a taste of Scotland.  And not only that, they sell some of the finest burgers in the land, having been named winner of ‘Best Burger in Stirling’ at the Restaurant Guru Awards 2019!

Booking is highly recommended.

A view of Stirling and the castle

The Conservatory Restaurant, Inverness

Head onto the luxury hub of Inverness, the Kingsmills Hotel and spa, for a delightful evening in their Conservatory restaurant. Enjoy a varied menu of Scottish culinary treats such as Loin of Ardgay Red Deer, served with roasted parsnips and Pan Seared Scottish Hake Fillet, served with dill and lemon potato cake.

Totally tantalising? We agree.  Book your table here!

inverness over the River Ness

Asknish Bay Restaurant, Loch Melfortg

Located just outside Scotland’s seafood capital, Oban, enjoy world-class views and dining in the Asknish Bay Restaurant. Boasting two AA rosettes for their outstanding fine dining restaurant, this is a destination worth travelling to. Enjoy incredible local seafood such as Islay scallops, lobsters, langoustines and crab.

Book in for a fine-dining experience of a lifetime here!

oban view


Restaurants in Scotland you have to Visit

There’s never been a better time to hit the road and take a road trip to explore the best of Scottish cuisine. Scottish food is going through a renaissance right now – come and be a part of it! Not sure where to stay when visiting our favourite restaurants in Scotland? Check out this helpful guide here.