Scottish restaurants in Callander
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Informal but smart, this well-loved restaurant in the centre of Callander occupies the two front rooms of a house on the main street. There's a contemporary flair for presentation and unusual flavour combinations, but a solidly British base underpins the cuisine, with things like mackerel, red cabbage, salmon and duck making regular and welcome appearances. There's a great daytime beer/coffee garden out the back, and the restaurant is also open on Mondays from April to September, and daily in high summer.
Worth the 6 mile drive/cycle from Callander (towards Doune) along the A84, this place, at the Scottish Antiques and Arts Centre, is gaining a reputation for fine Scottish dining using local produce and a touch of creativity. Try the roast loin or Rannoch Moor pork. Refined dining, it would suit couples or small groups.
This is the restaurant of a small main-road hotel, and offers high-class cuisine based on rigorously-sourced quality Scottish meat and fish in an elegant dining space. It's a friendly place whose atmosphere is more quiet clinks of cutlery than belches and belly-laughs. There's a good-value early-dining special.