One of the best reasons for visiting Dufftown is to savour it's food and drink. Not only is there something for all the family, but even the connoisseur of fine food will be delighted with the distinctive regional fare.
The rolling countryside and swiftly flowing rivers around Dufftown produce some of the finest beef, lamb, venison, salmon and trout in the world. North eastern Scotland's long history of farming and fishing ensure that Dufftowns' restaurants always have the finest flavours and ingredients available to them.
Visit our quirky Railway Carriage cafe for breakfast , lunch , afternoon tea , selection of daily home bakes . Take-away available.
Noah's Ark has been completely renovated to bring this very beautiful licensed bistro in line with Fournet House which offers 'Wellbeing at its best'. The food is delicious!
The Mash Tun located in Aberlour 4 miles distance from Dufftown is a classic Whisky Bar. The Mash Tun provides good food and accommodation in a convivial atmosphere
This famous restaurant offers 'Home from Home' cooking using fresh local seasonal ingredients.
All home cooked food.Licensed ~ Vegetarian Dishes available.Open every day:Lunch 12noon-2pm Evening Meals 5-8pm Seating in Dining Room 25 & Function Hall 120
The Croft Inn is a small cosy country pub and restaurant set in the beautiful Hills of Glenlivet.
Amongst the mountains and glens surrounding the Spey valley can be found some of the finest ingredients, prized for their freshness and quality. This Highland sanctuary provides fish, fowl and free-roaming farm animals for tables far and wide. A Taste Of Speyside draws together all these elements and offers them on a single menu.
The Royal Oak is the Whisky Capital's oldest and longest running Scottish Inn and a historically listed building.
Delicious Fish & Chips, Kebabs, Pizzas & Baked Potatoes Take Away or Eat in our Caf
The Grouse Inn is open daily from Easter to 31 October. The bar with over 225 whiskies is open 11am to 11pm. High teas are served daily from 10am-6pm (Fridays 1pm-6pm.
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