Reviews on Scottish food in Stirling, United Kingdom. Enjoy a compelling glimpse into the epic history of Stirling and its surrounding area by going back in time at Stirling Castle, the National Wallace Monument, and the Battle of Bannockburn Visitor Centre. Then explore other family-friendly attractions and the vibrant, independent boutiques around the Old Town and the Victorian Stirling Arcade. And be sure to budget time to visit majestic Loch Lomond – Britain’s largest body of water – and the Trossachs National Park, just a short ride away.
4 based on 244 reviews
A couple of days ago a few friends and I decided to pass a damp afternoon by going out for lunch. We decided on the Gargunnock Inn and were not disappointed. A little bit out of the way off the Dumbarton Road from Stirling, the Inn is a real âolde worlde â type pub restaurant with a small but interesting menu. My fish and chips was delicious and others claimed that the steak & ale pie was up with the best. Apple crumble and ice cream to follow was superb and plentiful. Service by waitress was also quick, efficient and friendly. None of the seven of us went home even remotely hungry! I am sure we will be back before long.
4 based on 383 reviews
Thoroughly enjoyed our dinner there last night. Shame it was so quiet as it is without doubt amongst the best restaurant food in Stirling. Beautifully presented, first class ingredients and our waiter was lovely. We shared the fish platter to start. I had the aubergine and Parmesan bake and my husband had the pork belly with haggis - all delicious and if Iâm honest extremely cheap for the quality. Weâve paid double for a lot less in our hometown of Aberdeen. I can highly recommend and hopefully will be back many times in the future now our daughter has just joined the University in Stirling. Thank you for a great evening.
4 based on 1164 reviews
Here at Brea were all about love. We love taking fresh locally sourced ingredients and turning them into delicious dishes offering a modern or traditional take on Scottish cuisine. Our seafood comes from the West Coast of Scotland and we use local food su
an excellent restaurant great food good wine and a very good atmosphere . but beware there is a service charge on your billThanks for the excellent review Derek. Just so you know - the service charge is only added to tables of six or more and is discretionary. It does mention this on our website and in the menus too. Sorry for any confusion.Rob
4 based on 210 reviews
I visitd this place with my girlfriend, we tried salmon sandwich which was great and cheddar apricot chutney sandwich which was good, a bit more chutney would be great.We also tried a few types of cakes which were also very nice.The atmosphere was peacuful and comfortable.
4 based on 332 reviews
Taigh a Ghobha - The Smithy - has ceased trading as a licensed cafe/restaurant due to owner retiring.
Been twice now and loved it both times. Food is so fresh and tasty. Parking can be a little tricky so take that into account. But its just down from the castle or up from shopping centre so if you can't get outside, you can walk! Well worth it
5 based on 163 reviews
Meeting place for light lunch , coffee ( Mathew Algie) , cakes and flavoured loose suki teas Relaxed atmosphere and a step back in time for good old fashioned customer service.hot food sold all day .afternoon teas available if pre-booked . Some gluten fre
We stopped off here for lunch and we were very pleased with the whole experience.Food was good and although we didnât have any the scones looked amazing.Friendly service and the place was spotless.Would recommend if you are passing by.
4 based on 409 reviews
We opted to sit outside in the beer garden. Beautiful countryside view with clothes blowing in tind on a clothes line. Dogs were allowed and enjoyed watching some Border Collies play. We had local tap beer, and a wonderful soft baked cheeze appitizer, my husband had roast beef and potatoes which I shared as it was a large portion. The root vegetables were very good, as was my local style salad. Would love to return.
5 based on 185 reviews
Forth Valley College's Gallery Restaurant is a truly unique venue offering the 'wow' factor. It is situated in our Stirling Campus and combines the art of fine dining with breath-taking views of the Wallace Monument, the River Forth and the Ochils. Sit ba
Our second visit to the Gallery.Last time the food was excellent, though the service was informal and unsupervised.This time the food was abysmal, but the servers were clearly being advised and encouraged by supervisors.I guess it is hit and miss, but whatever the quality, it is good value (especially if you have wine), and this time we felt happy to be doing a civic service!It is wonderful for these young people to have the opportunity to serve genuine customers.We will definitely go again. (not a complaint, but the wifi didn't work)Hi Mary Thanks for taking the time to feedback to us. As you will no doubt have been aware we have literally just had a brand new intake of students. On looking at review date this would have been our students first week. Although this is not an excuse , we will take on board your feedback. We do look forward to welcoming you another time and providing you a positive experience. In relation to the WIFI if you have any future issues with WIFI please speak to a member of staff and thy will assist you. We have secure logins with user credentials for each user. These are issued via our reception teams.Once again, thank you for taking the time to feedback to me.Craig AndersonB.D.M
4 based on 581 reviews
Welcoming, friendly and attentive staff in ambient surroundings. On our most recent visit we were visiting with friends for Sunday Lunch (13.00) - disappointingly and strangely two (out of three|) main courses offered as daily specials were no longer available? The food we ordered was however tasty and well presented. Would still recommend this restaurant.
4 based on 95 reviews
Broomhall Castle Restaurant is situated within Broomhall Castle Hotel and is open 7 days a week to the public and residents alike for evening meals. All our food is freshly prepared and all cooked in house by our team of chefs
Bed linen was beautifully clean and crisp. Beautiful old property which has been refurbished. Located about 3 miles from Stirling so a car is really essential. Lots of free parking on site.Full Scottish breakfast of a high standard was included in the price.Staff were very friendly and helpful.Unlike a number of old properties we have stayed in it was kept warm at all times.There were a few cobwebs which housekeeping need to attend to but nothing to concern us.Overall impressed and we will visit again.
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