The Gleneagles Hotel
Gleneagles may be Scotland's most famous luxury 5-star hotel but there is certainly no snobbery attached. Non-residents are welcome to dine in any of its varied eating places. Deseo offers a casual Meditterean vibe, dishes to match and is probably best for children too with the chance to make their own pizza. Grill items, tapas and Italian inspired items are cooked from an open kitchen. Steaks from local butcher Simon Howie are a highlight with a guest breed featured every week with anything from the Belted Galloway to Highland on offer. Nearby the Braids Coffee Lounge is the place to stop for a snack or coffee and a pastry. The Bar serves lunch and afternoon tea options. The main restaurant is the Strathearn, a refined but not stuffy 2 AA rosette restaurant serving timeless classics, more modern interpretations and flambéed favourites such as Steak Diane and Crêpes Suzette. Next door to the Strathearn is Andrew Fairlie two Michelin star restaurant (see separate entry). A short walk from the hotel is the golf clubhouse, where the Dormy Bar and Grill with its own tandoor oven cooks up spicy options offered alongside bar food classics.
- Provides: Children's portions, Children's high chairs
- Number of wines sold by the glass: Differs across different restaurants
- House wine: £25 (Deseo) per bottle