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.
From 10.00am, the coffee shop caters for those in need of a simple, speedy light meal or snack. Whether it be a delicious homemade Victoria's special burger, or a generously filled warm ciabatta, or perhaps a tasty plate of authentic nachos, or traditional fresh fish & chips, you can be assured of a memorable, top quality experience.
Come 5.30pm, the ambience changes and a bistro style menu is introduced. This is a delightful experience with an eclectic choice of fajitas, charcoal grilled steaks, seafood, pasta, traditional Scottish fayre, Italian pizzas etc, all served with attentive, high standards of service. This unique ambience of quality set in these stylish, but informal surroundings, lends itself to a truly satisfying dining experience.
During our summer months our courtyard bar is opened.
Type of Food:Hotel Restaurant
Garden Restaurant has tempting menus offer a selection of classic, hearty dishes, with the occasional cosmopolitan twist, making the most of Scotland’s rich natural larder.
Guests' favourites include the sumptuous local fish, lamb or game, all served with delicious fresh vegetables. Dishes such as the haggis tartlet or the Pigeon in Sherry Sauce encourage more adventurous palates. Our menu reflects a wealth of Scottish provender, including Orkney Herring, Arran Mustards and cheese from the Isle of Mull to name a few.
Type of Food: Restaurant and Tea House
The menus combine the finest Scottish ingredients with the best of mediteranean hospitality, offering a unique mix of flavours, tastes and culture. All the food is freshly cooked when make your choice.
Teas, coffees, cakes & desserts are served from 10.30 each day. Lunch menu is served between 12noon and 3pm, Pre-Theatre and Early menu served 5.30pm to 6.45pm
A La Carte dinner menu is served from 5.30pm each evening, with the last order taken at 9.00pm
Type of Food: Restaurant
In dining we really come into our own. We believe you need to feel good to enjoy great food to the full - and you will certainly feel very much at home in our delightful country inn style atmsephere.
Our reputation locally and regionally is second to none and customers travel regularly from all over Highland Perthshire to meet and dine in the rather unique, rustic and friendly Pitlochry restaurant. There are no strangers here, only friends who have never met.
The Moulin has earned this considerable reputation for the quality of its cuisine with local diners and visitors from many countries for many years now, as reflected by the many ongoing compliments in the press, and in our visitors’ book!
Type of Food:Serving Lunches, High Teas, & Dinners in a relaxed pub, atmosphere. Booking recommended.
Logierait is 5 mls south of Pitlochry
Type of Food: Afternoon Tea
Their Own Blend Loose Leaf Tea served up in vintage china witrh mouthwateringly good home baking. Light lunches and snacks made with fresh local ingredients and fabulous Orkney Ice cream. All available to sit in or takeaway.