Tuesday to Saturday
Lunch 12.30pm - 1.30pm
Dinner 7.00pm - 9.00pm
- Disabled Access
- Gluten Free Available
About The Peat Inn
The Peat Inn is owned by award winning Chef and columnist Geoffrey Smeddle and his wife Katherine. With Geoffrey at the heart of the kitchen and Katherine’s warmth and care filling the restaurant, they have been successful in building on the very fine reputation of one of Scotland’s most cherished destinations.
We had a lovely lunch. The food and service were excellent. Thank you
The service was fantastic. We had a very friendly waiter who engaged easily in conversation and was incredibly attentive. The food was also great, especially the dessert.
Couldn't fault the food or the service - will definitely be back!
Faultless service, fabulous food. Better than ever. And I love the new decor.
Food was fabulous. Staff were brilliant. french waitress was very attentive, just lovely. But to be honest we were let down by the aumbance. Table settings were very awkward bright lighting, sorry but I just couldn't relax. But did I mention food was fabulous !!!!!
Fantastic food and excellent service, we had a lovely evening
We had an amazing first visit to The Peat Inn., we'll definitely be back!
The young German girl who attended to us was a credit.
Feel that the food was very good but I did feel still hungry at the end I am afraid! The helpings are just far too small. Especially at these prices. Unfortunately the old worldly atmosphere has been destroyed with tasteless and modern design.The mirrors in the dining room are awful and the entrance lobby now feels clinical, Staff are good but not excellent.
The cooking is outstanding.
Superb food and delightful service as always.
We came for the food and were impressed by how excellent it was. The level of service was good but we were a bit irritated by the unctuous fussing with napkins, demonstrative table-cleaning, etc. The staff were excellent at answering our questions. The wee extras provided were equally tasty.
Amazing meal, service and quality of food was fab
For us this was a once in a blue moon dining experience to celebrate a very special birthday and the first time my charges had experienced food of this calibre. All our expectations were exceeded; the venue, the ambience, the food and wine, and not least, the service. A special thank you goes to the young lady who described to us each course as she presented it in a gentle, quiet, and caring manner. An evening to remember always. Just perfect!
Very good lunchtime set menu
The food was delicious and the service impeccable. The only minor quibble is that the cheese board was a bit disappointing for the quality of the restaurant
Superb as usual. I wish you'd do a cookery book, the red pepper sauce with the cheese mousse/puff pastry thingie was exquiwite!
Excellent food, delicious and well presented and as good any other 1* restaurant I've eaten at. We didn't have a bad course, and the generous cheeseboard and lovely petit fours rounded things off perfectly.
Excellent food and service. Very enjoyable evening.
As usual, an excellent lunch well served by all your staff. Not sure about the new decor (which affected the Atmsophere mark) but may grow on us; also we had a couple who chatted very loudly and incessantly two tables away - hardly your fault - who then had the audacity to claim they didn't like the background music!! this too impacted on atmosphere. Am looking forward to our next visit (early June for dinner) very much. Iain & Christine Lawson
Excellent service, excellent food, great wine list at more affordable prices than in Edinburgh. We are definitely coming here again.
The lunch was a superb anniversary meal, cooked to perfection, splendidly presented and served. Regards, Dr Lorn Macintyre
5-star everything! Ambience, warmth of service, wine, food all excellent, and unbelievable value.