Come and eat atMOOR OF RANNOCH
Now taking bookings up to 22nd November 2022
MAXIMUM group size – 6 guests
Due to the small size of our dining rooms and our small team of staff
we are unable to provide tables for groups of larger than six guests.
Dinner served – Thursday to Monday from 6.00pm – £70 per person
Closed – Tuesdays & Wednesdays
The Moor of Rannoch ONLY serves dinner and is not open during the day.
Non-Residents are welcome each evening from 6.00pm for pre-dinner drinks.
Tables are available from 6.30pm to 7.30pm, we recommend allowing a minimum of 2.5 hours to enjoy your evening.
(Bookings are essential due to our remote location and limited capacity)
Tables are reserved automatically for all of our guests when rooms are booked.
Like everything else at the Moor of Rannoch, dinner is not a rushed affair. Since we only set each table once our guests can relax and dine at their own pace.
The menu changes every single day with a real focus on seasonal Scottish produce which is sourced from a number of local suppliers. Our bar showcases some of the best Scottish spirits, beers and soft drinks including a cocktail list and an extensive wine cellar.
Once dinner is over, retire to the lounge for tea or coffee with a selection of over 120 of Scotland’s finest malt whisky’s. Depart on Rannoch’s “Dial a Bus” service or for those lucky guests it is just a short climb up the stairs to one of our rooms.
Our Menu Changes Every Day
Fixed Price Menu – £70 per person
- Sharing Nibbles
- Selection of items for the table to share and sample
- Chef’s Choice
- A small sample showcasing a Scottish seasonal producer
- Freshly baked bread from the kitchen
- Heritage Carrots, Black Crowdie
- Smoked Almond Granola, Sherry Viniagrette
- Hand-dived Scallops, Pistachio
- Courgette & Basil Puree, Burnt Lemon
- Duck Liver Parfait, Gingerbread Brioche
- Rhubarb Relish, Pancetta Crumb
Choice MAIN COURSE
- St.Brides Roast Chicken, Skirlie, Shallot Marmalade
- Lunan Bay Asparagus, Roast Chicken Jus
- Seared Lamb Loin, Braised Lamb Breast, Smoked Aubergine Puree
- Spiced Cauliflower, Currants, Crispy Kale
- Gigha Halibut, Crispy Halibut Skirt, Celeriac
- Green Apple, Hazelnut, Mussel Veloute
- Fennel Tart Tatin, Strathdon Blue, Pea Puree
- Charred Leeks, Pickled Mustard Seeds
Palate Cleanser followed by
- Chocolate Terrine, Burnt Orange Jam
- Ginger Honeycomb, Milk Sorbet, Espresso Syrup
- Creme Fraiche Pannacotta, Macerated Strawberries
- Strawberry Soup, Black Pepper Sable
- Smoked Buttermilk Ice-Cream, Lemon Thyme Crumb
- Spruce Tip Syrup
- Scottish Cheese
- A selection from some of Scotland’s array of artisan cheese makers, oatcakes and chutney
Booking InformationReservations for non-residents are essential.
Maximum Group Size – 6 Guests
(For larger Groups with Room reservations we will accommodate your group at one table)
Due to the small size of our dining rooms and the small team that we have, the maximum number of non-resident guests we can accommodate is 6.
If we are not notified of any dietary requirements for your table, we may not be able to cater for you on the evening.
Our small restaurant only has Steph and one other person in the kitchen. Creating a new 7 course menu each day for 20 guests means that between them they are preparing and plating up to 140 dishes each evening.
While we try to accommodate as many dietary requirements as possible, we are unable to cater for guests who require a strict Dairy / Lactose free or Vegan diet. As our menus do contain dairy throughout and it is a fundamental part of our cooking.
With notice we can cater for most dietary requirements. If you wish to discuss any dietary requirements before making a booking, please feel free to email us and we can advise accordingly.
We welcome children of all ages in our restaurant. Please note that we do not offer a separate children’s menu. Please take a moment to review our children’s policy. High chairs are available on request.
The Moor of Rannoch is a very dog friendly environment and your dog is welcome to join you in the restaurant.
Leave the car at home!
Rannoch Dial-a-Bus Service
If you are staying elsewhere in the Rannoch area then leave the car at home and book the fantastic Dial-a-Bus service. The service is operated by two local taxi operators and is available from Kinloch Rannoch all the way to Rannoch Station. The fares are roughly £3.00 per person for each journey and Scottish National Entitlement Card Holders travel free.
The service works like a taxi and will collect you at your accommodation at the requested time and transport you to the Moor of Rannoch. The service operates Monday to Saturday, 7.00am to 10.00pm
Dogs & bikes can be transported if required, please arrange this at the time of booking.
To book your journey contact one of the following operators:
Wonderful On Every Level July 2019
From the moment we left the Dialabus taxi from Kinloch Rannoch to 10pm when we left we were spoilt. Sumptuous and no I don’t use the term loosely food, great wine, whiskies and gin. Looked after immaculately by Steph, Scott and the rest of the team. In those immortal words, we’ll be back!Tripadvisor
Ideal for a memorable evening October 2019
This place is way off the beaten track - we used the brilliant local pre-arranged taxi service so we could both drink with our meal. The experience is what it's all about, this is the first dining experience I have enjoyed in the company of wild red deer outside the restaurant window and it is probably the most ruggedly impressive landscape through which I have been driven to reach the restaurant.Tripadvisor
Worth the journey May 2019
We have been visiting this restaurant every year when we are up in Scotland pretty much since Scott and Steph took it over and it just gets better and better every year. This year we had the best meal we have had all year with gorgeous fresh ingredients from local suppliers and delicate flavours. Steph and her team excel in the kitchen and Scott is brilliant at front of house. The addition of the kitchen garden is a masterpiece.Tripadvisor
Amazing June 2019
This is an exceptional place to stay. Scott and Steph are brilliant hosts. So knowledgable about their produce and surroundings. Steph produces the most amazing food I can’t even describe how good it is. I was a bit sceptical about no Wi-fi and no tv but the surroundings are like your own personal Springwatch episode.Tripadvisor