Eat & Drink in Glencoe

The Glencoe Inn overlooks Loch Leven providing stunning views as you dine and offering great local Scottish traditional fare. The Inn’s restaurant and lounge welcome guests for dinner and is also used as the breakfast room for residents. There is a beautiful area of decking off the restaurant facing Loch Leven which features attractive outdoor furniture in the summer, perfect to enjoy a re-known ice cream sundae!

For a more informal dining experience, adjacent to the Inn, sits The Glencoe Gathering – a contemporary ‘posh’ fish and chips house. Find out more about more about The Glencoe Gathering [here].

Originally created to tame the hunger of mid-afternoon, afternoon tea has long become a much-loved tradition, enjoyed by many. At Glencoe Inn take afternoon tea by the cosy fire or weather permitting out on our picnic areas surrounded by the dramatic landscape of the glen.   Our afternoon tea menu consists of Victorian style finger sandwiches, in a variety of flavours, all served on freshly cut break.  Our homemade scones are served with strawberry preserve and lashings of clotted cream, you must keep space for the assortment of home baked cakes and desserts, all to be washed down with a pot of your chosen tea (or coffee). For an extra special afternoon tea, add a bit of sparkle with a glass of Champagne jug of Pimm’s!

The restaurant offers a varied menu and additional daily specials showcasing seasonal, local food where our talented chef can show his flair for new ideas and proven favourites. Food is served throughout the day, with a large selection of fresh local fish and seafood featured on the menu. You will also find hearty, filling meals such as steak and chips or the delicious Glencoe Heritage Burger. At breakfast, choose from either a continental style buffet or full Scottish, complete with Stornoway black pudding supplied by the award-winning Charles Macleod, to set you up for a day out and about. In the evening, as the sun sets, enjoy views across Loch Leven and St. Munda's Isle, and retire to the lounge and bar through the iconic archway and sit by the wood burning stove.  

The bar stocks a wide selection of whiskies from around Scotland - our bar team can guide you through the subtle differences of each. And for all whisky connoisseur there is even The Glencoe’s own 10yr old single malt 'Glencoe Inn' to try.  With an array of Scottish ales and lagers on tap, an extensive wine list and a long list of favourite spirits and liqueurs.  

Head Chef Roger Viray originates from the Philippines and once headed a team of around 30 Pastry Chefs at the prestigious Shangri La in Manila. After a short stint in London he movied up to the Highlands some 15 years ago.  Living in Glencoe Village itself, Roger is a real character, his talent in the kitchen superb and regular guests are big fans. Roger’s menu reflect a commitment to producing fine dining to a high standard and his menus feature local scallops, mussels, fillet of beef (sometimes even from the Crerar Hotels Farm Pedigree Lammermuir Luing grass fed herd).

Roger has a dedication to produce dishes all with a Scottish influence and of course freshly prepared.  

Originally created to tame the hunger of mid-afternoon, afternoon tea has long become a much-loved tradition, enjoyed by many. At Glencoe Inn take afternoon tea by the cosy fire or weather permitting out on our picnic areas surrounded by the dramatic landscape of the glen.   Our afternoon tea menu consists of Victorian style finger sandwiches, in a variety of flavours, all served on freshly cut break.  Our homemade scones are served with strawberry preserve and lashings of clotted cream, you must keep space for the assortment of home baked cakes and desserts, all to be washed down with a pot of your chosen tea (or coffee). For an extra special afternoon tea, add a bit of sparkle with a glass of Champagne jug of Pimm’s!

Opening Times
Winter/Spring- 1st October to 31st March
Breakfast:
6.45am to 7.45am (Monday – Friday) 8.30am to 9.30am (Saturday and Sunday)
Dinner:
6.45pm to 7.45pm.