With two Rosettes to its name, The Strathearn serves classical French/Scottish dishes in an atmosphere that recalls the glamour of the hotel’s art deco origins.
From mountain lamb to game off the moor, aged beef to smoked salmon carved and flambéed at your table, each dish has been lovingly prepared by a dedicated team of award-winning chefs.
The refined setting encourages you to dress for dinner but jackets and ties are not essential.
A refurbishment in 2012 created a more intimate dining experience for The Strathearn, while losing none of the room’s famous grandeur. The unrivalled Gleneagles breakfast now has its own dedicated setting in The Long Room with new hot and cold buffet counters, a feature juice bar and breakfast pancake station.
Sunday lunch in The Strathearn is an occasion to be savoured, harking back to a bygone era. Noted chef Tom Kitchin recently recommended Sunday lunch in The Strathearn Restaurant:
"It's everything a good roast should be - a classic seasonal dish using only the very best of Scotland's produce. They serve everything on a trolley so it feels very grand and luxurious; it's the perfect way to spend a Sunday with family and friends."
You can also buy gift vouchers to treat loved ones to Sunday lunch or a gourmet dinner in The Strathearn here >>
As of Sunday 27 March 2016
Monday - Friday
Sat & Sun
07.00 - 10.00
07.00 - 10.30
|Lunch year round||Sundays only||12.30-14.30|
Monday - Saturday
12.00 - 16.00
14.00 - 16.00
|Dinner year round||
Sunday - Friday
18.30 - 22.00