7 underrated restaurants in Perthshire

Scotland is a real paradise for tourists. This phrase seems to be such a cliche, but it conveys all those feelings that will meet you during a journey along the land of old-trees and wild hills, noisy waterfalls and quiet lakes. Perthshire can be considered the heart of Scotland. This is an area of ​​extraordinary beauty - "The country of large trees." Here, as elsewhere, cheerful festivals often take place, during which tourists can try delicious dishes of local cuisine.

If you want to be convinced of the uniqueness of the tastes of classical or exotic dishes, we recommend visiting the seven restaurants of Perthshire, which are often undeservedly forgotten.

Deans Restaurant

77-79 Kinnoull Street, Perth, PH1 5EZ

This restaurant is a perfect combination of exquisite cuisine and a relaxed atmosphere. Managed by an experienced chef, located in the city center, the restaurant specializes in seasonal food. Most of them are produced in the nearby countryside.

Manzil

13 York Place, Perth PH2 8EP

The bright and colorful atmosphere is harmoniously combined with aromatic and delicious Indian dishes. The Manzil team is proud of its impeccable reputation, which they deservedly gained over 18 years of careful customer service.

The Copper Beach Cafe

The Black Watch Castle & Museum, Hay Street, Perth PH1 5HR

Located within the walls of the historic Black Watch castle, this is a very cozy café serving hearty home-cooked meals. Traditional afternoon tea served in the castle is mandatory for tasting by Perth's gourmets.

The Upstairs Restaurant at the Townhouse

Breadalbane Terrace, Aberfeldy, PH15 2AG

In this restaurant you can try an extraordinary taste of snacks. Their pie with venison, topped with rich sauce and served with vegetable stew from the root vegetables, causes a unique delight.

The Deil's Cauldron

27 Dundas Street, Comrie, PH6 2LN

This institution has been popular with locals for many years. It became particularly famous in 2002, after it was moved by the married couple Cathy and Brian. Nevertheless, the cozy atmosphere in the pub, combined with the proposed fine Scottish dishes, for example, roast lamb, is still criminally underestimated.

The Inn on the Tay

Grandtully, Pitlochry PH9 0PL

This establishment is located above the rapids of the River Tay and has a unique and enchanting atmosphere. Its owners own much of the surrounding Perthshire countryside. The originality of the institution lies in the fact that the owners "consider" outside area as their own storage room and allow "ingredients" to inspire them to create amazingly delicious dishes.

The Square Bar and Kitchen

35 James Square, Crieff, PH7 3EY

Despite its location in the sleeping quarter of the city of Creff, this establishment is a vibrant city bar. Indulge yourself with refined snacks on small plates in combination with skillfully made cocktails.

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