Scotland

Here you'll find a selection of some of the best award-winning restaurants in Scotland. It is here that you'll be able to find many of our chefs, including Michael Smith, Martin Wishart and Marcello Tully, cooking on a daily basis. 

Looking for restaurants somewhere else in the UK? Check out our full list of UK Michelin-starred restaurants.
 
Inverlochy Castle
Inverlochy Castle

Succeeding effortlessly at ‘elegance’ where many similar establishments struggle, Michelin-starred Inverlochy Castle – situated next to a loch in the foothills of Ben Nevis, in a spot once described by Queen Victoria as ‘lovelier and more romantic’ than anything else she’d seen – isn’t shy with its opulence.

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Kinloch Lodge
Kinloch Lodge

Located in some of the most outstanding scenery that the UK can offer, the restaurant at Kinloch Lodge is proud of its status as the only Michelin-starred restaurant in the locality. It keeps its standards reassuringly high as a result.

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Macdonald Pittodrie House Hotel
Macdonald Pittodrie House Hotel

Set on ancient grounds and surrounded by the type of scenery that Scotland is known for, Macdonald Pittodrie House Hotel is a truly captivating destination.

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Martin Wishart at Loch Lomond
Martin Wishart at Loch Lomond

This second venture from Martin Wishart is every bit as sophisticated as his central Leith venue, although with an added air of country-house glamour – with the cooking and hospitality transplanted, as it has been, to Cameron House on the shores of Loch Lomond, a grand old pile surrounded by acres of green and located smack-bang next to the water.

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Restaurant Martin Wishart
Restaurant Martin Wishart

Having come through the ranks under Marco Pierre White, with ringing recommendations of quality from the man himself and subsequent accolades – including the 2011 ‘Chef’s Chef’ award from the AA guide – under his belt, it’s not surprising that Martin Wishart’s name on this establishment brings the crowds in.

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The Kitchin
The Kitchin

Tom Kitchin’s ‘From Nature to Plate’ ethos runs right through the heart of The Kitchin restaurant. Ingredients are meticulously sourced; there are views of Edinburgh’s waterfront; and the cooking is polished but undeniably earthy.

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The Peat Inn
The Peat Inn

A beautiful and well-kept coaching inn near St Andrews is the home of one of the most well-respected restaurants with rooms in Scotland, with an impressive list of accolades for its kitchen and its hospitality proving this point.

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The Plumed Horse
The Plumed Horse

Tony Borthwick’s Plumed Horse in Leith, recently relocated to capitalise on the growing wave of foodie destinations in the vicinity and riding high on his ever-growing reputation, has won praise from up and down the UK which far outweighs its relatively diminutive size.

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The Three Chimneys
The Three Chimneys

The Three Chimneys experience entails fine, Scottish cuisine served in a region noted for its luscious produce and picture-perfect landscape.

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The Honours
The Honours

Martin Wishart’s new Edinburgh brasserie fuses traditional French cuisine with a wealth of locally sourced, organic produce. Stone flooring and contemporary design offset the relaxed, continental approach.

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