Situated in the picturesque village of Kinloch Rannoch, The Ptarmigan Restaurant at the Macdonald Loch Rannoch Hotel offers majestic views over the loch and the Scottish Highlands to Schiehallion. Savour delicious Scottish specialities, made with fine, sustainable, seasonal ingredients, in an elegant ambience.
The Ptarmigan Restaurant menu is replete with dishes that blend the best in classic and modern Scottish food. Enjoy dishes like smoked salmon with crushed avocado and Arran Cheddar cheese soufflé with candied walnuts, for starters. Mains include sea reared trout with clams and seasonal vegetables and slow roast pork belly with Stornoway black pudding.
Finish with delectable puddings of Callebut chocolate fondant, pineapple carpaccio or honey pannacotta. For an indulgent afternoon tea at The Ptarmigan Restaurant there’s a selection of traditional finger sandwiches, freshly baked scones with Devonshire clotted cream and strawberry preserve and assorted pastries and cakes.
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- breakfast (1)
- dinner (3)
- lunch (1)
- luxury (1)
- private dining (1)
- romantic (1)
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30 January 2016
Had a lovely meal thank you to the chef his food was amazing, service was first class
22 January 2016
A lovely menu, the food was delicious and the staff were polite and attentive. Lovely friendly atmosphere in the hotel would recommend.
22 January 2016
Excellent meal, first class service
16 January 2016
Professional staff with a warm friendly attitude . Food 4 out of 5 . very good.
15 January 2016
Very Expensive for what it is! Reasonable choice, although sides were necessary and were £3 per side. A complimentary slice of Bread would not go a miss, when paying £30 for 2 courses. the Chef's signature dish which is promoted was not even a choice on the menu!!
1 January 2016
I would have loved to respond to your request for information regarding our dining experience at the 'Ptarmigan Restaurant', but unfortunately I cannot comply with your request. Having booked a table on the 13th November 2015 for 8 in the restaurant on 1st January 2016, you can imaging my dismay to be informed shortly before our trip to Kinloch Rannoch, that this booking was cancelled and our custom rejected. It is, therefore, inappropriate for me to comment on many aspects of your hospitality requested below, other than "Booking Experience". This, as you may well understand, rates no stars whatsoever. The fact that the messages from the administrative staff were always polite, did little to mitigate the ensuing unplanned necessity of buying, cooking and freezing a meal for 8 during the extremely busy Christmas period. It would appear that priority was given to people living in the hotel, rather than people, who had made timely bookings in advance. Yours sincerely, Irene M constable