Food is very important to us all at Knockendarroch and we do everything we can to make your restaurant experiences with us as good as possible.
Our style is relaxed, contemporary fine dining. Florina and Louise will look after you in the lounge with pre-dinner drinks and canapés before taking you through to the restaurant when your starters are ready.
Our head chef, Graeme Stewart, is a local boy with a wealth of experience gained around the world in high standard fine dining restaurants. His modern Scottish menu changes every day and uses seasonal and locally sourced ingredients where appropriate. Each evening we offer a choice of four starters, four mains and four desserts. There is always a vegetarian option available and special dietary requirements can be catered for with a little notice.
The AA have awarded the Restaurant at Knockendarroch two red rosettes.
Due to the compact nature of our restaurant and kitchen the largest booking we can accommodate is for six guests, either resident or non-resident.
Please note: we do not serve lunches in the restaurant. A light snack menu is available in the lounge for residents.
Check out our short time lapse video below to get a feel for a day in the kitchen at Knockendarroch. 10 hours of prep and service condensed into a 2 minute video. It's a small kitchen, but it's very busy!
Pre-theatre dining in Pitlochry
Pre-theatre restaurant times are available and complimentary theatre transport can be provided for residents during the theatre summer season. Our full three course menu applies. Please note: complimentary transport is only available those residents who book directly with the hotel on a dinner, bed and breakfast basis.
Non-residents are most welcome to dine in the Restaurant at Knockendarroch. The menu is priced at £42 per person for three courses and booking is essential. Please call to make a reservation.
Breakfast at Knockendarroch
Breakfast at Knockendarroch is equally important to us and we think you will enjoy our traditional Scottish offering. Amongst other options you can choose from porridge topped with brown sugar, cream & whisky, home-made granola, traditional eggs Benedict or a full Scottish breakfast with haggis and home-made potato scone.