The Scran and Scallie
200 locals recommend · Estimated price 3 out of 4 ·
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Gorgeous Scottish fare in a beautiful setting. great bar and cocktails too. Not cheap though but you're worth it! have the haggis and venison for sure!
Delicious food and fantastic service - you won't be disappointed. The food is "pub style" - think steak pies, fish and chips and juicy burgers. But done with local produce and a sprinkle of fine dining in terms of the quality. It's a really relaxed, family friendly atmosphere and they allow dogs…
This is a wonderful rustic-chic gastropub with a Modern Scottish menu, draught and bottled beers, and whiskies galore. Several of of our guests have loved it! You could combine a day out at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art with a meal here afterwards.
A modern gastropub opened by Michelin star restaurant The Kitchin offering menus showcasing Scottish Food. We personally have not been there but have heard amazing things about it!
Modern scottish gastro pub food owned by michelin starred chef tom kitchin well worth trying
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