Review on The Tormaukin Hotel
The latest venture from the McKie family is a revitalised roadside inn hidden away in the Perthshire countryside surrounded by the Ochil Hills. Like its relatives, it aims to make the most of native Scottish ingredients - especially seafood and game.
The kitchen has access to top-notch Perthshire lamb, Highland beef, West Coast langoustines, wild boar and much more besides. Menus depend on the seasons, but you can expect dishes such as glorious smoked seafood chowder, 'plates of mixed fish' with pak choi and hollandaise or scallops and sea bream with pea and mint mash and Bloody Mary sauce.
Meat fans might be treated to fillet of venison (courtesy of 'stalker' Winston Churchill) served with braised red cabbage and dauphinoise potatoes, slow-roast pork belly with Stornoway black pudding and celeriac mash, or grilled Buccleuch steaks with whisky pepper butter. Desserts could range from rhubarb crème brûlée to hot chocolate pudding. The McKies also run An Lochan in Tighnabruaich by the Isles of Bute and have a third outlet in the Broomhill district of Glasgow.
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Restaurant Opening Times
Lunch: 12.00 - 5.00pm
Dinner: 6.00 - 8.45pm Sun-Thu (6.00 - 9.30pm Fri & Sat)
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card