Review on Port-na-Craig Inn
Established in 1650, nearly a hundred years before the Battle of Culloden, this ancient inn stands on the banks of the River Tummel at the end of the Rob Rob Way (a famous walk from Drymen to Pitlochry). It's also within walking distance of the renowned Pitlochry Festival Theatre.
New owners Richard and Angela Maloney-Drummond aim to make the inn an essential pit-stop for tourists, walkers and theategoers alike. Food and drink are served throughout the day and you are welcome to call in for a cup of coffee, a snack or a full meal.
If you fancy something quick and light, there are 'small plates' such as Scottish mussels with chilli, garlic and spring onion, chicken liver pâté or smoked cheese and red onion tart. More substantial lunchtime offerings might include breadcrumbed Buckie haddock with home-cut chips or char-grilled chicken with rice.
Alternatively, go for the full menu, which lists restaurant-style dishes like roast saddle of Highland venison with pearl barley rissotto and fondant potatoes or grilled organic salmon with lemon, chive and rocket sauce, followed by cappuccino brûlée or apple and rhubarb crumble.
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Restaurant Opening Times
Dinner: through to 'late'