and the surrounding area are renowned for some of the most exciting
restaurants in Scotland. Many of the restaurants are near stirling
castle, the wallace monument, bannockburn heritage centre and near
many other tourist attractions in the city of Stirling, Scotland.
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Pirnhall Inn, Stirling The Pirnhall brewers fayre restaurant and cheap quality accommodation is ideally situated just a quarter of a mile from junction 9 of the M9/M80 motorway on the way into Stirling.
Inn at Kippen near Stirling. Every
month The Inn at Kippen run a theme night with
a different cuisine from Indian, Italian, Thai,
seafood nights they change every month.
Allanwater Cafe Henderson St., Bridge of
Cafe, renound for its fish and chips and home-made
ice cream with 15 varieties.
& Conference Facilities Castle Business Park, Craigforth, Stirling.
Superb views of Stirling castle from this restaurant with excellent facilities
for conferences and larger groups that need to be catered for.
Bistro, Stirling. Henderson’s
Bistro is situated in the Albert Hall right in
the heart of Stirling close to many historic places
including the castle. All the top quality dishes
on the menu are cooked to order, using only the
finest ingredients available.
Birds and Bees, Causewayhead, Stirling. An award winning lounge bar
and bistro, serving traditional food in atmospheric surroundings,
with a recently refurbished function suite that is ideal for
weddings and private parties of all types.
Just down from the castle.
has recently re-opened under new management. Located
a short walk from Stirling castle, this traditional Scottish
eatery serves good food and traditional Scottish beers.
Lion & Unicorn
Street, Thornhill, nr. Stirling
Located 8 miles from Stirling.
Bridge of Allan
Mine Road, Bridge of Allan,
Family run restaurant in the luxurious surroundings of upper
Bridge of Allan that also does a Sunday lunch and traditional
Westerton Arms 34 Henderson St, Bridge of Allan
Traditional Scottish pub and restaurant serving up all the type of food and drink you would expect from a visit to Scotland.
Clachan Inn, Drymen near Stirling Scotland's oldest ale house and the
perfect stop off point when walking the West Highland Way. Licensed in 1734.
2, Main St, Drymen
88 - 94 Main Street Callander.
Also serving real ales.