Recommended by 'Scotland for Dummies Guide - .. hospitality is generous .. hard to beat for price.' Scottish Fayre from fish and chips, steak pies ..
Located in the centre of Pitlochry, right next to the Mills lade, and waterwheel, a popular place to eat, with a bar and live music programme all year
A fusion of traditional Scottish and contemporary European cuisine, signature dishes include the classic Aberdeen Angus Steak cooked with Edradour ...
A traditional tearoom with BIG homemade cakes, blends of tea, a gorgeous lunch menu, beautifully hand cut sandwiches homemade soups, quiches and pates
Prominently located on Atholl Road, Pitlochry's main street .... Victoria's commitment is "to provide a satisfying and distinctive dining experience
Serving only the finest teas (14 flavours), their own blend of expresso coffee, organic bread, home made soup, freshly baked ciabatta, daily specials.
This popular cafe serves freshly prepared main meals, mouth watering home baking and an array of teas, coffee, hot chocolate and soft drinks in Birnam
The chef prepares a great selection of dishes in a traditional late 1700's Coaching Inn, complete with open fires, real ale and regular live music.
The Inn on the Tay sits on the riverbank next to the River Tay's best known white water rapids offering a memorable setting for a dining experience .
Combines the very finest Scottish ingredients with the very best of the Mediterranean offering a unique mix of flavours, tastes and culture ...
With spectacular views onto the Appin Valley, this is the perfect place to stop for a delicious lunch or coffee, and enjoy some tasty homemade cakes.
The Coffee House is back with the original management, a new chef and team, freshly roasted coffees, original teas, sumptious cakes, soups, lunches.