For Beef of the highest quality. While the Lamb is sheep and the Venison is deer. The Roe isn't fish nor the Fallow laid clear. The beef 's the main line.  Macdonald bros. Bonnethill Road  . 3 generations of experience. A most excellent butcher.  ( 0) 1796 472047

This local butcher supplies local eateries 

  Old Mill Inn , Mill Lane, Pitlochry,  famous for Aberdeen Angus Beef,  Lamb from the Letter farm in Dunkeld.

Erics French Bistro, Chez Eric, 19, West Moulin Road, Pitlochry,  famous for tasty french style cooking especially venison, French Pate and terrines, Turbot and it goes without saying, Angus Beef.

The Grain Store - Upstairs at the Old Mill Inn (01796) 474020  - Local fresh produce served nightly from six pm. Exceptional wine list. New comfortable furnishings and relaxed atmosphere.

Two distilleries in Pitlochry - The bell's blair athol and the privately owned edradour - Mr. Robertsons whisky shop has the full range - many pubs have a good range to try.

Most of the pubs sell food as well. There are many restaurants to try. All have somthing different, in fact there is a really good choice in the town of pitlochry.  Local venison producer Pitlochry Game and royal warrant holder MacPhersons. Plenty of fish vans travelling door to door and at local hotels, restaurants, ensuring a constant supply from Peterhead, Arbroath and further afield. Many hotels and take-aways. Indian choice and chinese takeaway, Scottish Bistro at the Grain Store - upstairs at the old mill, combination of  Mediterranean and Scottish cuisine at Fern Cottage Restaurant in Ferry Road, French at chez eric. Italian at luigi's.

Fern Cottage Restaurant - Where Scotland meets the Mediterranean- 01796 473840

 Brilliant combination of Scottish and Mediterranean cuisine, with friendly service with a smile and a great atmosphere.  Also dining al fresco on the lovely patio overlooking the award winning memorial gardens.  A real treat!



Local produce is the best.

Most pubs, restaurants and hotels do not compromise 

For more general and broader based information

The Port-na- Craig Inn

The Inn and restaurant set in the historic and beautiful hamlet of  Port-na Craig  Simply a fantastic location, peaceful yet dramatic, stunning yet tranquil, situated on the banks of the river Tummel a tributary of the Tay . The setting makes you want to sit and watch the day go by,or relax as the salmon fisherman casts his rod.

Port-na - Craig Inn and restaurant is only a stone throw away, from the famous Pitlochry Festival theatre and a short walk to the equally famous fish ladder and dam. 

This year the restaurant will open on the 16 th of March with new owners Richard and Angela Maloney-Drummond together with Chef/manager David Kearney. There aim is to establish the old Inn and restaurant as a place to eat and  frequent when visiting Pitlochry. Having established the Strathgarry hotel on Atholl road as an excellent Café-bar and restaurant. The team now have there sights set on opening the doors and welcoming the locals of Highland Perthshire and the many tourists who visit this part of  Scotland to share and  enjoy there hospitality, good food together with a wonderful location and warming ambience.


Victoria's Restaurant & Coffee Shop

Situated right on the main street through town at the South end with stunning flower display outside and on terrace.  Casual dining at its best offering consistent quality with professional service.