Brig o' Doon House Hotel
Traditional Scottish dishes, including an all-year-round Burns Supper menu, at this attractively located Costley and Costley group hotel and gardens near Robert Burns' birthplace.
You don’t get much deeper in the heart of Burns country than the historic Brig o’ Doon in Alloway village – setting of the climax to Tam o’ Shanter. Overlooking gardens that roll down to the River Doon and the iconic bridge itself, this Costley and Costley-owned hotel, restaurant and bar has a prime location and makes the best of it, right down to the clever gimmick of an all-year-round Burns Supper menu. The fine-looking ivy-coated frontage adds to the rustic, old-worldy feel, which is juxtaposed with Scottish-themed food showing plenty of contemporary flashes, local sourcing and attention to detail. From spiced fillets of local rainbow trout served with coriander rice, cashew nuts and curried ginger and lemongrass sauce to fillet of salmon topped with Mull cheddar rarebit, served with buttered greens, basil baby potatoes and roasted capsicum dressing.
- Provides: Children's portions, Children's high chairs, Wheelchair access, Free wi-fi
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Ayrshire food trail: Robert Burns food and drink trail20 Jul 2018
Food and drink locations around Ayrshire with connection to the life, work and inspiration of Ayrshire-born Scottish poet Robert Burns
Scotland's best-known poet, Robert Burns, was born on 25 January 1759 in a cottage in the village of Alloway, just to the south of the town of Ayr. He subsequently lived and worked in various locations around Ayrshire before his first collection of…