Mains of Taymouth

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Breakfast Menu 9.15am - 11.45am
Lunch Menu 12 - 4.30pm
Dinner Menu 5-9pm (9.30pm on Fri/Sat)

Open to non-residents / Children welcome / Bar & decking area is pet friendly

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The Courtyard Bar & Restaurant

Dining Experience

Highland Perthshire has easy access to some of Scotland’s finest produce including pheasant, partridge, venison and Black-face lamb, all delivered straight from the hills. The Courtyard Restaurant is supplied by a nearby working estate at Glenlyon House, Fortingall, Aberfeldy. The estate rears Luing and Limousin beef herds; Texel lambs and wild venison. All the animals have access to the heathers and natural grasses found on the estate and are reared in a natural way.

The style is essentially Scottish with the emphasis on plain, quality food where the local flavours shine through and do the talking. You won’t find nouvelle cuisine here. A snack menu is also available daily from 12noon – 5pm featuring a mouthwatering selection of light bites, pizzas, and what we call ‘hungry nibbles’. We feature an all day breakfast menu, a delightful selection of home made patisserie from our bakery, and an extensive childrens’ menu.

The Courtyard menus vividly convey the changing seasonal landscape; we only use the very best produce sourced from local farmers and growers to create modern Scottish dishes. The menus include main, daily lunch, light bite and Sunday - giving you the ideal choice every day and night of the week....

From the moment you walk through the door, faint aromas of Scottish cooking fuel your appetite. The warm modern style of the restaurant and unsurpassed attention to detail make for an unforgettable dining experience. This is a neighbourhood restaurant with a deserved local and national reputation.

We also host regular themed food evenings, barbecue nights – and a programme of live music nights, with naturally a little emphasis on traditional Scottish music, locally provided where possible.