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Dining out in and around Loch Lomond, Scotland offers a wide selection of restaurants, bars and bistros to suit all tastes. From country inns to luxury restaurants, rural pubs to busy bars, the shores of the Loch and surrounding countryside provides the idyllic setting for dining out. Now eat, drink and be merry and visit one of the many Loch Lomond restaurants.
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The Salmon Leap Restaurant offers a great value, contemporary and enjoyable dining experience! Following a recent refurbishment, the surroundings are now very contemporary in style, with low-level lighting, comfortable seating, and dark wooden tables. Expect friendly, yet very polished service.
This Tarbert restaurant, The Anchorage, is a seafood restaurant using local fresh produce cooked simply, menus change frequently and feature local seafood and shellfish as specialities. Reservations at The Achorage Seafood Restaurant in Tarbert are essential for weekends.
Ciro’s is a family-run Italian restaurant situated on Callander’s Main Street offering good, authentic Italian food. The a la carte menu (5pm - 10pm daily) offers everything from fresh bruschetta to locally sourced steaks and tasty pasta dishes. Ciro’s also offer a tantalising bistro menu (12 - 5 pm daily) along with Italian coffees. You can be sure of fantastic food, superb service and an amazing atmosphere! We are closed on Wednesdays. Reservations recommended especially June to October.
Located in Bishopbriggs, only a ten minute drive from Glasgow and nestled in the heart of East Dunbartonshire. The Eagle Lodge offers a standard of dining and facilities often found in premier city centre venues. Dine in the stylish Oregano Restaurant where our Glasshouse and Terrace allows you to dine under the stars or enjoy a cocktail on the heated terrace. The eclectic menu allows you to enjoy a quick mid week lunch with colleagues or dine with the family at weekends with a budget and choice to suit all.
If music be the food of love, there's a lot of love going down at Drouthy Neebors. This is a bar that likes to go the extra mile when it comes to treating its customers right. That means a lovingly compiled soundtrack over the music system and a friendly, down-to-earth attitude to table service, allowing you to get on with the serious business of having a good time. All this and a décor that will convince you are in a Scottish seaside village with its undulating slate walls and an upturned boat that sparkles with fairylights.
Loch Fyne started with one inspirational idea – to grow oysters in the clear, fertile waters of Loch Fyne – and has developed into a cluster of businesses whose success is built on an honest approach to superb quality food.
All Loch Fyne businesses abide by the guiding environmental principles established by John Noble and Andy Lane at the outset. The companies work together to ensure that only the very best produce – farmed and fished to the highest quality and environmental standards – reaches the kitchens and plates of our customers.
Rizzio's Italian Restaurant, Stirling
The restaurant within the Tarbet Hotel is furnished in a warm and classy style. With some tables overlooking Loch Lomond enjoy high quality, flavourful meals made with fresh, local, seasonal ingredients. The Tarbet hotel also offers live entertainment in the spacious entertainment lounge, and you will find your favourite drinks at the hotel’s well-stocked bar.
The Pipers’ Tryst Restaurant at the National Piping Centre is a hidden gem on Glasgow’s restaurant scene. Located in the heart of Glasgow’s music and theatre locale, this little restaurant offers delicious food coupled with excellent Scottish hospitality.
Piper's Tryst Hotel
Offering tremendous value for money and a friendly welcome to everyone who passes through the door, this small hotel has gone from strength to strength since opening, become a well known home-from-home.
Situated in the Loch Lomond & Trossachs National Park, the Arrochar Hotel is one of the most enviably positioned hotels in Argyll & Bute. Originally designed and built in the 19th century, this imposing countryside mansion is magnificently based at the very foot of the ‘Arrochar Alps’ on the shores of Loch Long.
Just a mile from Arrochar & Tarbet Railway Station, the Arrochar Hotel is only two miles from Loch Lomond. Glasgow centre can be reached in under an hour, and the Argyll Forest Park is a five minute drive away.