Find out what British restaurants to try in Alloa. Alloa (/ˈæloʊə/; Scottish Gaelic: Alamhagh, possibly meaning "rock plain") is a town in Clackmannanshire in the Central Lowlands of Scotland. It is on the north bank of the Forth at the spot where some say it ceases to be the River Forth and becomes the Firth of Forth. Geographically, Alloa is south of the Ochil Hills, 5.5 miles (8.9 km) east of Stirling and 7.9 miles (12.7 km) north of Falkirk; by water Alloa is 25 miles (40 km) from Granton.
Things to do in Alloa
4 based on 164 reviews
Coopers is a brand new restaurant based in the heart of Alloa and is only a five minute walk from both the train and bus stations. Coopers offers a high quality of food and a high standard of service met with a relaxing atmosphere to make you feel at home
Belinda, our waitress, was lovely and could not have been more attentive! Cocktails were delicious. We had Haggis Bon Bons and Tempura Shrimp to start followed by the Chicken Burger and a Thai Green Curry. Could not fault any. Only issue we had was that the menu itself was incredibly small and the desserts did not appeal to us at all, which if they had would have definitely topped a perfect meal. Decor is lovely and modern, great night.
4 based on 266 reviews
Was a baking hot day and we decided to have a pit stop here. What a great decision. My partner and I had Lavender Lemonades and the children had a couple of Ice Cream Floats. Just the ticket on a hot day. We also tried the home made custard creams and they were epic! I can highly recommend this place. Fantastic service as well.
4 based on 44 reviews
A recently opened family run business set within the picturesque Gartmorn Country Park. We serve an array of home baking, breakfasts, soups and sandwiches. There is also a take away kiosk for those on the run
Stopped by after walking all the way round the Loch - well needed after 4.5km/67minute walk! Excellent cafe with sit in/sit out area, toilets, mini shop with free maps, great menu if hot drinks & cakes. Lots of free parking. Dog friendly outside All family happy with juices, hot drinks and cakes! Scone was gigantic! Table service outside and didnât need to pay beforehand - trusting and friendly waiter :) nice views of Loch from cafe. Nice modern seating and tables outside to enjoy weather Information boards around cafe with good info
4 based on 104 reviews
Tried the carvery rather than the main restaurant excellent. Great selection and some unexpected choices (steak and blackpuding pie) everything was really nice. Staff were all very friendly and reliable. Well worth a visit. Good value for money.
5 based on 51 reviews
Gordon has developed his business at Escoffier's drawing on his vast experience over the last 35 years, ranging from being a reguar competitor of The Salon Culinaire D Ecosse, and Head Chef at Cameron House to a Finalist at The Balvenie Master of Craft Aw
An excellent evening by Gordon and his team. He made a special effort to cater for me (the only vegetarian at the event) and there were no complaints for the meat eaters either. The food was beautifully presented and the portion size was just right. And as for the whisky? Well... Andy did a fantastic job. It was a great idea to seat everyone around the same table and the band were highly entertaining. All in all a memorable night and to all the wives and girlfriends that didn't attend...seriously your loss!!! Aw thanks for those kind words . Really glad you enjoyed the evening , veggie food doesn't have to be all stuffed peppers .
4 based on 572 reviews
Family run fully licensed Restaurant serving up good wholesome food in acontemporary setting. Open seven days from 12.00 noon. Last food ordersat 8.30 PM.
We visited here while staying at a lodge at adjacent Woods caravan park.The Woodsman has a large menu and is good value for money.Myself and my wife both had steak and it was cooked to perfection. The staff are very friendly and attentive. If in the area definately worth a visit.
5 based on 164 reviews
We ate here for lunch as a party of four ladies! The menu is varied and the food we ordered was very good! The ambience was also very good with a relaxed atmosphere and the host was very friendly and helpful!
4 based on 228 reviews
Had a lovely evening out . Atmosphere was great . Staff very helpful. Meals are great , I had a curry which I would recommend.Thanks for taking the time to review us on trip advisor with your great 5 star review, we are glad you enjoyed your visit and enjoyed the atmosphere we look forward to welcoming you back on your next night out. Regards Amanda
4 based on 311 reviews
The Tearoom at Cambus Restaurant is situated in the historic village of Cambus near the Trossachs National Park, only an hour from Glasgow or Edinburgh and just five minutes from both the Wallace Monument and the ancient city of Stirling. Enjoy innovative
Dropped in while out for a walk and although we're surprised to see the place almost empty it did not stop the excellent service and the friendliness of the staff. Nice meal with pleasant people. Highly recommend it for quality food and service.
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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