Bridge of Gaur Restaurants

I'm always being asked "What are the best Bridge of Gaur restaurants?"

I am not a food guide critic so I shall not be rating the restaurants and eating places merely giving a listing entry on the site for those who wish to be included.

I shall from time to time add to the list and may even make comments, but that is all. This page on eating out gives an overview of places to eat in the area.

For ease of use I've divided it up into types and I will be adding to the list as I review the various restaurants, cafes and takeaways in and around the town.

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The Moor Of Rannoch Hotel

    • Address: Rannoch Station, Perthshire, Scotland, PH17 2QA Tel: 00 44 (0)1882 633238 Map
    • Cuisine(s): Scottish Restaurant
    • Avg. Cost Per Head Lunch: N/A Dinner: N/A
    • Comments:The hotel serves breakfast and evening meals. Open to non-residents for evening meals only. Booking essential.If you are travelling by car, be sure you have plenty of fuel, as the nearest garage is 38 miles away.


MacDonald Hotel, Kinloch Rannoch
    • Address: Kinloch Rannoch, Perthshire, PH16 5PS Tel: +44 (0) 1882 632203 Map
    • Cuisine(s): Scottish Restaurant
    • Avg. Cost Per Head Lunch: N/A Dinner: N/A
    • Comments:Open to non-residents for evening meals only. Booking essential. Eating should be one of life’s greatest pleasures. It is recognised that carefully selected quality produce, prepared simply by people who are passionate about food, clearly tastes better. Expert chefs take only the finest seasonal ingredients, local and organic where possible, and seal in the natural essences using time-honoured techniques. The result? Delicious dishes bursting with fresh, honest goodness.

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Dunalastair Hotel, Kinloch Rannoch
    • Address: The Square, Kinloch Rannoch, near Pitlochry, Perthshire, PH16 5PW Tel: +44 (0)1882 632323 Map
    • Cuisine(s): Scottish Restaurant
    • Avg. Cost Per Head Lunch: N/A Dinner: N/A
    • Comments:We believe in our classic Scottish culinary product - twists and novelties too often distract from the final dish so we avoid them. And our restaurant is all about making people welcome, comfortable and feeling at ease.


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