Eat & Drink
Traditional Scottish food near Glencoe
A meal with a view
Overlooking Loch Leven, The Glencoe Inn’s newly re-designed lounge area welcomes guests for basket suppers and afternoon tea, providing stunning views whilst you dine on local Scottish ingredients, prepared as mouth-watering traditional fare. There’s also a beautiful decking area facing Loch Leven, where guests can sit back and make the most of the summer.
Glencoe Gathering at The Glencoe Inn
Breakfast, lunch and dinner are currently served in the Glencoe Gathering's all-day café – our "posh" chippy, offering classic fish suppers as well as a selection of steaks, small plates, skewers, burgers and seafood – and a new bistro. Open 6pm ‘til late, the bistro serves a two and three course menu as well as wine and local ales, providing guests with a place to relax together, enjoying good food and drink in a beautiful location.
The Glencoe Inn has a large lounge area in which guests can enjoy top quality comfort food in the form of basket suppers, or a selection of cakes and sandwiches, part of afternoon tea, from midday until 8pm.
A more low-key affair, the varied basket suppers menu showcases seasonal, local food, with a large selection of fresh fish and seafood. You’ll also find lighter dishes such as wraps, soup and salad.
Afternoon tea is served by the cosy fire or, weather permitting, out on our picnic areas surrounded by the dramatic landscape of the glen. Victorian-style finger sandwiches and homemade scones with lashings of clotted cream jostle for stomach space alongside freshly baked cakes and desserts. Add Prosecco for a little extra sparkle.
In the evening, as the sun sets, enjoy views across Loch Leven and St. Munda's Isle, before retiring to the bar through the iconic archway to sit by the wood burning stove.
The bar at The Glencoe Inn stocks a wide selection of whiskies from around Scotland, and our bar team can guide you through the subtle differences of each. For whisky connoisseurs, there’s even The Glencoe’s own 10 year old single malt 'Glencoe Inn' to try.
With an array of Scottish ales and lagers on tap, as well as an extensive wine list and a long list of favourite spirits and liqueurs, you’re sure to find something to see the night out.