As a local in Balloch I eat frequently in the Tullie Inn and the Balloch Hotel 100m away on the other side of the river. Despite the "Red Lobster" -clone redecoration the Tullie's ambience, food and service remain inferior to the Balloch Hotel with small portions, indifferent service and overpriced food (especially at the weekends) now the order of the day.
£50 for a couple of glasses of wine, some bread for starters, and a couple of tiny mains doesn't cut it for me any longer. The other restaurants in Balloch aren't first rate either (the Balloch Hotel has a lot to learn about customer service too) but I'm afraid the Tullie is the bottom of the heap.
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- If you are looking for the most welcoming accommodation Loch Lomond has to offer on the banks of one of Scotland's most famous lochs – the Tullie Inn, Balloch is the ideal choice.We have 5 superior and 8 standard style bedrooms. One of which is a large family suite with double bedroom, en-suite bathroom and adjoining room with 2 single beds. All our bedrooms are located on the upper floor, above our popular lounge bar and restaurant.All our bedrooms are bright and fresh and tastefully decorated. They are fully fitted with all the modern conveniences (including TV, hair dryer and tea/coffee making facilities) ... more less
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