This restaurant serves great food. Great selection of food and drinks, good atmosphere, reasonably priced.
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We decided to pop in for afternoon tea after our tour of the castle. The scones were large and the accompanying jam was delicious. The castle was a spectacular backdrop and I would highly recommend a stroll around the beautiful grounds
Had lunch sitting outside as was there as part of the Burns Dog Day Out. Cullen Skink was excellent but no butter with what was described as artisan bread. Not sure how artisan it actually was but it was nice. Staff were stretched but coping...More
Went in for afternoon tea and it was delicious! Sandwiches were great, my favorite was the ham with banana chutney, unusual but very nice. Scones were big and perfect, and cakes were amazing! Had such a big selection and so many we had to take...More
I had the Cullen Skink which was very good and hot but portion was small. My wife had the Caesar Salad which was a good size portion. Both very good but quite pricey. We then had chocolate cake and Bakewell Tart with coffee. The cake...More
Well how can you go to a castle and not say that you ate there. I love the old kitchen area that has been converted into the restaurant. It is great to see the old fireplaces and to appreciate the magnitude of work that was...More
We had lunch after a castle tour and i had plough mans special i must say it was the best i have ever had we was lucky to sit at the big stove in lovely chairs the staff were very friendly food was fantastic good...More
Great to sit down for refreshments after our tour. Freshly made sandwiches and the fruit scone with jam was delicious. My husband had a piece of the chocolate cake which was huge and very tasty. Plenty tea in the pot to revive us!