For an outstanding meal of classic Scottish dishes served in the most splendid surroundings, try this longtime favorite. Evoking the style and class of the 1930s, it's a must for both lovers of architecture and food. Look out for the rather risqué figure of a woman etched onto a mirror between two dazzlingly tiled columns. The cuisine is not diminished by the surroundings: try the Aberdeen Angus roast beef with a Drambuie (a honey-flavor whisky liqueur) gravy and the
sticky pear and carrot pudding.