Ross McMillan, head chef at Old Churches House Hotel in Dunblane offers customers an affordable yet quality dining experience
Located on the south side of the city, the four-star Aberdeen Altens Hotel has been the focus of a £6 million investment over the past five years. The hotel’s restaurant offers both modern dishes and home-cooked favourites.
With a passion for quality cuisine, coupled with a desire to raise Tayside’s profile on the culinary map, chef proprietor Adam Newth opened The Tayberry restaurant in 2015.
Set in a tree-lined Victorian terrace in Glasgow’s west end, Hotel du Vin at One Devonshire Gardens offers innovative, sophisticated dining from a team which is passionate about using fresh, local, seasonal produce.
Jim Cowie puts seasonality and sustainability at the heart of his restaurants, which proudly offer a wide range of Scottish seafood dishes.
Scott Davies, head chef at The Three Chimneys on the Isle of Skye, creates dishes which reflect and celebrate the ingredients native to Skye and beyond.
Fred Berkmiller is chef proprietor of two Edinburgh restaurants: L’escargot bleu on Broughton Street and L’escargot blanc on Queensferry Street.
Inspired by classic brasserie cuisine, the restaurant’s menus major in local seasonal produce.
The restaurant brings Italian regional traditions to the Scottish capital, offering diners a menu of seasonal, fresh Italian cuisine.
Utilising the best of Scotland’s natural larder, as well as ingredients from further afield, the Mercat Grill offers simple, gastropub fayre.