Find out what European restaurants to try in Moffat. Moffat (Scottish Gaelic: Am Magh Fada, "The Long Plain") is a former burgh in Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland, lying on the River Annan, with a population of around 2,500. It was a centre of the wool trade and a spa town.
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5 based on 176 reviews
The Limetree has been one of the top restaurants in South West Scotland for more than a decade. There is consistent emphasis on the best quality ingredients, many sourced from the Moffat area and seasonal cooking.Chef Matt Seddon sums it up well: "I cook
Locals are truly blest to have a restaurant of this quality on their doorstep. We were stopping one night in Moffat on the way north, and checked with Trip Advisor for the best place to eat. We phoned the Limetree and got a table. It's fairly small, not many tables, so I guess it's difficult to get a booking in high summer. Definitely not a place to turn up to on spec.The food is excellent - cannot be faulted in any respect. Not a huge number of choices, but everything cooked to order. The wine list is fine, and the service is friendly and very professional. If the residential side of the business is as good as the restaurant, then Hartfell house must be the place to stay on our next visit to Moffat. Highly recommended.
4 based on 546 reviews
Family run Italian Restaurant Established in 1996.Serving freshly prepared pastas, pizzas, steaks as well as a seasonal menu.Daily two course Happy hour menu available for Â£10.95 15% off all carryouts Now serving lunches daily from 12pm-2.30pm
Claudio's was recommended by our B&B and turned out to be a very nice evening's dinner. It is traditional Italian and we had lasagna that was very good. There were many families in the restaurant eating what looked to be delicious pizza. Although a bit noisy, the restaurant was on the fun and the food was good.
4 based on 790 reviews
If you are in Moffat I would recommend stopping off here for a cocktail. The bar itself has vintage touches and lovely comfortable armchairs. Great selection of gins and tonics. I was driving and was delighted that they had an alcohol free Gordon's 'gin and tonic' - the grapefruit one was excellent. Very large goblet glasses meant the drink lasted a while too and Â£10 for 2 drinks (one alcoholic) was fair (with a nice bowl of crisps on the side!). Staff were very nice and advised on the menu. I hope to return.
4 based on 122 reviews
Smart intimate restaurant in the centre of Moffat open to non-residents. Serving the best in local seasonal Scottish produce. Recent awards: Food Review Scotland 4 star, Hotel Review Scotland , Real Food Award Dumfriesshire and elected Game-to-eat Restaur
Although we had visited Moffat many times, this was our first visit to the Annandale Arms restaurant My starter of Cullen Skink was excellent and the portion was just right. For our main course, my partner chose the fifth and chips and again, itâs was cooked and presented perfectly. I had the flat iron steak with chips, and two sides of peas and mushrooms. The taste was superb.Service was good and the girls who waited on our table were friendly and attentive.The prices are good as well and I have no hesitation in recommending this restaurant whatsoever.
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