The Popinjay Country Hotel & Spa
Medium-sized hotel in a Tudor-style building incorporating various dining options across their in-house bar and brasserie with snacks, bar food and grills on offer along with afternoon tea.
The fine dining arm of Rosebank’s Popinjay Hotel, which makes a feature of its rough equidistance from Glasgow and Edinburgh, the Dalserf Restaurant offers lunches and up to five course formal dinners seven days a week, with an emphasis on special occasion dining and sourcing high quality meats and produce. A particular speciality is the Sunday roast dinner, which might involve roast beef from grass-fed cows supplied by Donald Russell, seasonal vegetables and artisan breads, followed by a homemade sticky toffee pudding or crème brulee, while other options include a market-bought fish of the day, French-style chicken supreme and a vegetarian choice of asparagus and pea risotto. The hotel also houses a spa within the complex, while a less formal day-time provides less formal snacks including nachos, omelettes, sandwiches and sharing platters of charcuterie, vegetarian antipasti and ploughman’s lunch.