Find out what British restaurants to try in Bridge of Allan. Bridge of Allan (Scots: Brig Allan, Scottish Gaelic: Drochaid Alain) is a town in the Stirling council area in Scotland, just north of the city of Stirling. It lies on the Allan Water, a northern tributary of the River Forth, built largely on the well-wooded slopes of the Westerton and Airthrey estates, sheltered by the Ochil Hills from the north and east winds. Most of the town is to the east of the river; the bridge is part of the A9, Scotland's longest road, while the railway line and the M9 pass to the west of the river. Bridge of Allan railway station is on the Edinburgh to Dunblane Line.
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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
4 based on 140 reviews
Locally bred, speciality Wagyu beef and Wagyu crosses, using indigenous breeds served in a classic grill setting and matched with quality wines and beers.
The Grill was simply exceptional on every level. The steak was one of the best (if not the best) steaks I have ever had! Magnificent flavor!!! The visit to the grill was definitely elevated by the incredible knowledge and warm hospitality offered by Christopher. If you visit the Grill, please ask Christopher for his advice on Wine, Whiskey or Food. He is an encyclopedia of knowledge on all three subjects and had a rare gift to describe complex topics (like whiskey varieties) in simple and easy to understand lessons.If you are near Stirling - make sure to visit the Grill. You will not be disappointed.
4 based on 1000 reviews
An award winning restaurant situated in the green and pleasant village of Causewayhead in Stirling, The Birds and The Bees is a dining room built around a passion for food. Located in an old one story whitewashed farmstead, The Birds and The Bees proudly
We rediscovered the Birds and Bees following our sons Wedding here at the beginning of September. We were very impressed with the venue and the food so we came back for dinner last week. We were not disappointed. Excellent food, excellent service in a relaxed atmosphere. It can get very busy so we would recommend that you book to avoid disappointment. Highly recommended.
4 based on 434 reviews
The Westerton Arms or the âWestyâ as it is known by locals, is a family run pub and restaurant in the heart of Bofa, which lies in the shadow of The Wallace Monument, Stirling Castle and Stirling Bridge. We are also situated near the popular landmark, Dou
We visited after a day at Stirling antlers and before going to the nearby university for a talk from Gordon Buchanan. We all thoroughly enjoyed the food we each had something different but all agreed it was lovely, nice friendly staff although a long wait for the food to come, 2 other tables were seated after us but their food came first which was not well received by 4 hungry waiting customersHey there,Thanks tor your great review!Sorry about the timing of your food delivery, depending on your order some meals take longer to cook. Highland chicken can take up to 30mins to cook and if your table ordered this, that may be the reason.I hope this helps?We look forward to seeing you again.The Westy team.
4 based on 1306 reviews
My hubby and I went in and ordered drinks and lunch waited too long. Finally served and lunch was small and uninteresting. Not much atmosphere just a cafe with not enough vegetarian or vegan choices.
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 94 reviews
Ate twice in quick succession - loved both So nice to have a place to take my vegan daughter to locally and she gets a choice of interesting things, Love the small/big plate thing with sides so you can create your own shared experience. Staff very friendly , service on the slow side but thatâs ok on both occasion I was there to chat and they never rushed us out .Thank you I will be back!
4 based on 531 reviews
Dropped in on the way through the town. As usual the service and food quality was excellent. The medium haddock and chips is a great joice although there are plenty of other really nice items on the menu.Well worth a visit if you are in the area.
4 based on 404 reviews
We visited the cafe on the 20th July 2019. We ordered the balsamic steak sandwich for three people. The steak sandwich was unedible as the thinly cut steak was extremely tough and over done. My Mum and Dad diidn't eat the steak sandwich because of the nature of the steak. We complained to the waitress and asked her to pass my Mum's comments onto the chef about the sandwiches. When my parents went to pay the cost of the steak sandwiches was not waived nor did a manager come over to apologise to my parents or rectify the situation. A dissapointing experience paricularly as we have had good lunches in the past. The staff were extremely busy on Saturday, however, this should not deter from good personal care from the manager on duty at the time, particularly as the lunch was not up to standard.
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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