Places to go out & eat & drink in Auchterarder
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Local Restaurants, Cafes, Pubs, Bars, etc in Auchterarder

Places to eat & drink in Auchterarder.









We cannot give a full list of all available food outlets but below is a small selection of those available in Auchterarder or surrounding areas.

Auchterarder Restaurants, Cafes, Bars, Food Outlets, etc

Andrew Fairlie @ Gleneagles

The Gleneagles Hotel, Auchterarder, PH3 1NF
Tel: 01764 694267    Fax: 01764 694163
E-mail: andrew.fairlie@gleneagles.com

Winner 2002 Overall excellence and newcomer Awards. A stylish contemporary restaurant in Gleneagles Hotel: Prices reflect the exemplary dishes, each a masterpiece in culinary expertise. Presentation meets the promise of flavour and to dine here is a gourmet experience not to be missed. Andrew Fairlie personally cooks and oversees his kitchen every evening. Superb Scottish cuisine. Excellent accomplished dishes and service of a skill which is unmatched anywhere else in Scotland.
Type: Restaurant

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The Club Restaurant

Auchterarder, Perthshire, PH3 1NF
Tel: 01764 662231    Fax: 01764 694387
E-mail: anne.a.mcmahon@gleneagles.com

The place to be to enjoy a fun, action packed dining experience. Since its opening in Spring 1998, The Club restaurant has established itself as the alternative for breakfast, lunch and dinner offering ever changing oak fired designer pizzas, steak grills, trendy salads and authentic Italian pastas touched with a scent of the Mediterranean.
Type: Restaurant

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The Strathearn Restaurant

Auchterarder, Perthshire, PH3 1NF
Tel: 01764 662231    Fax: 01764 694387
E-mail: anne.a.mcmahon@gleneagles.com

This is Gleneagles' two rosette award winning restaurant with magnificent views across the estate. The service is stylish and the food is from a classical era. You can enjoy the very best of Scotland's larder with a touch of the unexpected. It's dressy if you like but that's not essential. The very best of the world's wines awaits your arrival and to finish there is a collection of some of the rarest malt whiskies in Scotland. Open for breakfast, dinner and Sunday lunch.
Type: Restaurant

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