With awards including 2 AA Rosettes and The Hotel Awards “Hotel Dining Experience of the Year 2019” The Sutherland Restaurant serves lunch and dinner daily featuring locally sourced produce.
The kitchen brigade is under the direction of our Head Chef & National Chef of the Year finalist Iain Gourlay and the front of house team are led by Maitre d’ hotel Hubert Laforge and Restaurant Manager Victoria Palmer.
Lunch is served daily from 12.30 p.m. to 3.00 p.m. in The Sutherland Restaurant featuring seasonal menus; reservations are recommended.
Priced at £35.00 per person - additional Tea/coffee with petit fours from £4.00
Sunday Lunch - a great British tradition!
The Sunday Lunch menu has been devised by Head Chef Iain Gourlay, offering a wonderful array of locally sourced produce, including beef from the Tweed Valley.
A three course menu with a choice of starters, a selection of roast meats – all carved at the table by chefs – served with honey roasted root vegetables, crispy goose fat potatoes and dressed greens. Vegetarian and vegan options are available.
Choose from a trio of indulgent desserts or a selection of Scottish and international cheeses is also available at an additional charge, served with homemade chutney, honey, grapes and artisan crackers.
Priced at £39.50 per person with a £7.50 supplement for cheese.
A 5-course dinner is served nightly from 6.00 p.m. to 9.00 p.m. in The Sutherland Restaurant; reservations are recommended.
Menus are seasonal and you can expect a relaxed and enjoyable experience with a fine-dining feel, sensibly sized portions and beautifully presented dishes.
On Sunday nights we also feature Gourmet Sunday, a seven-course tasting menu with matching wines. This commences at 6.15 p.m with champagne & canapés served whilst Chef presents the evening’s menu.
Children are welcome to dine in the restaurant: high chairs are available and we offer a children’s menu. Of course, children are also welcome to make their choices from dinner menus.
The Scottish Borders have a wide and fantastic range of food which we try to incorporate in all menus and, where possible, we utilize ingredients from our own Walled Garden and across the estate. We believe a combination of local and international ingredients create dishes that not only look good and taste delicious but will also satisfy the discerning palate.
Five courses, including amuse bouche, petit fours and tea/coffee is £75 per person.
Vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options are always available.