Stirling and the Central Highlands Restaurants

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  • 1. 63 Tay Street

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    Dine looking out onto the River Tay in this elegant but relaxed restaurant with tall windows, gray-and-white walls, and wooden tables. Chef Graeme Pallister has...Read More

  • 2. Andrew Fairlie at Gleneagles

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    The late chef Andrew Fairlie established his restaurant in the Gleneagles Hotel in 2001, winning two Michelin stars for his elegant and restrained dishes, and...Read More

  • 3. Coach House Coffee Shop

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    With its over-the-top Scottishness, this lively restaurant and café serving Scottish classics fits perfectly into its surroundings. Long wooden tables, a large chimney with an...Read More

  • 4. Effie´s of Perth

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    For over 20 years, restaurant namesake Effie baked her glorious cakes and scones here and her family continues the tradition, using her same recipes. The...Read More

  • 5. The Birds and the Bees

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    This lively pub in a converted whitewashed farmhouse is a little hard to find but worth the effort for the extensive menu---from burgers and steaks...Read More

  • 6. Venachar Lochside

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    All you see from the road is what seems to be a large shed, but inside is a busy restaurant with excellent views—the restaurant’s glass...Read More

  • 7. Allanwater Cafe

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    Run by the Bechelli family for four generations, this casual, light, and airy café in Bridge of Allan, just a couple of miles from Stirling,...Read More

  • 8. Brea

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    This unpretentious and popular place with wooden tables and chairs has a menu that celebrates Scottish food, though well-made burgers and steaks are also permanent...Read More

  • 9. Breizh

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    Pronounced "bresh", this spot on Perth´s High Street is the perfect place to experience Breton cuisine, namely dishes that originated on the Brittany coast of...Read More

  • 10. Deans Restaurant

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    The varied clientele here reflects the broad appeal of noted chef Willie Deans's imaginative and satisfying cuisine, including a dinner menu with starters such as...Read More

  • 11. Deli Ecosse

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    Don't miss it: in one corner of the square, off Callander's main street, a narrow door opens into a high-ceilinged old church hall crowded with...Read More

  • 12. Drovers Inn

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    Knowing its clientele, this quirky, noisy inn serves huge, hearty portions that are what you need after a day's walking on the nearby West Highland...Read More

  • 13. Fern Cottage Restaurant

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    The stone-built cottage set in pleasant surroundings aims to merge Scottish and Mediterranean cuisine, continuing the work of its previous Turkish chef-owner. The restaurant has...Read More

  • 14. Friend of Mine

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    At this very popular addition to the dining scene in Stirling/Bridge of Allan, you'll find an adventurous menu that includes Chinese bao buns and a...Read More

  • 15. Habitat Cafe

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    This café with handmade wooden tables and windows overlooking the main town square offers excellent coffee and tea, sandwiches and burgers, platters, and soup in...Read More

  • 16. Mason Belles Kitchen

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    Occupying the Old Churches House, this restaurant offers reassuringly familiar dishes with some unusual accompaniments, such as pork belly with broccoli, chicken with spring greens,...Read More

  • 17. Mhor Bread and Tearoom

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    Retaining the feel of an old-fashioned bakery, Mhor Bread delights with not only its homemade sourdough and other delicious breads, but also doughnuts, shortbread, and...Read More

  • 18. MHOR Fish

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    Simple white walls and black-and-white floors provide the backdrop for great fish at this very superior, and nicely busy, "chippy" (fish-and-chips shop) and fish restaurant....Read More

  • 19. Moulin Inn and Hotel

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    The small and often crowded bar in the Moulin is the best place to try the ales produced in Scotland´s first microbrewery, which you can...Read More

  • 20. Pier Café

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    At the historic Stronachlachar Pier, this light-filled coffee shop has a satisfying lunch menu (burgers and sandwiches) and a deck with expansive views over Loch...Read More

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