Here are Gleneagles dining – and fine dining, in particular – plays a very important part in our offering to you. Over our ninety year history we have had a variety of dining options at the hotel, but what have right now offers a virtually unparalleled selection of flavours, themes and dining experiences. Whether you are looking for a coffee with a friend or business contact, right to fine dining for two or two hundred, there is an option for you at Gleneagles.
The Strathearn and Andrew Fairlie are the two most well known restaurants. The first of these, The Strathearn, is our classic restaurant focusing on fine dining using the best local produce to create a menu inspired by the flavours of France and Scotland. There has been a restaurant in the hotel’s grand Art Deco-inspired dining room since we opened in 1924, and with two Rosettes to its name, The Strathearn embodies the ethos of Gleneagles in its menu and dishes.
Andrew Fairlie @ Gleneagles offers an altogether more exclusive dining experience. The restaurant holds not one, but two of the highly coveted Michelin Stars, earned through Andrew’s exciting and inspiring culinary style – combining the best of produce and skill to create the ultimate dining experience.
Hotel dining need not always be formal though, whether you wish a more laid back lunch, a less formal dinner or have kids who need to eat earlier, you may find the surroundings of Deseo – our Mediterranean-inspired bistro – more comfortable. Serving a range of flavours from Spain, Italy and Greece as well as some family favourites, the menu caters for all tastes and moods. It also boasts a range of steaks and cuts of meat, all expertly chosen. You can select your cut from our ‘Meats of Gleneagles’book, or have one of our chefs recommend one.
Like Deseo, The Dormy Clubhouse offers a more relaxing atmosphere with less formal sittings; its distinctive bar and grill style allows for a variety of options. Located overlooking the 18th Greens of both The Kings and The Queens courses, it serves an all-day menu inspired by great modern bar food, wrapped up in a variety of luxurious, contemporary surrounds. With choices to sit by the fire or have a quiet booth, and more in between, The Dormy is setting itself apart as an excellent venue for a light lunch or afternoon snack.
There are several further options for eating and drinking, but one of our eternal favourites is Afternoon Tea, in The Bar. Served each afternoon there are a few options for you to choose from, including delicate cut sandwiches and beautifully baked cakes, served with teas and coffees – or a glass of House of Ruinart, the oldest Champagne house in the world.
Dining has always been a passion of ours at Gleneagles, and today we bring that passion to all our restaurants and bars. We believe that luxury dining should bring you memorable experiences and excited the senses, join us at one of the below to discover Gleneagles at its most delicious.