The seaside setting for the bar at The Royal Mackintosh in Dunbar is not the only attraction of this eatery. Its fusion of international flavours are brought together to create a charming menu, with its culinary roots spread worldwide.
The onsite chefs use the finest and freshest ingredients in every dish, and source all produce locally whenever possible. The pan seared glazed scallops served with French black pudding, Cajun calamari, and bruschetta crowned with roasted beetroot, tomato, red onion and walnuts, gives a clear indication of the chefs’ diverse culinary influences.
For the main course, sample one of the bar’s succulent grilled dishes like the meaty 8oz steak mince burger made from meat procured from the local butcher, or take taste buds travelling further afield with the Cajun chicken burger. Home-grown Scottish dishes are honoured with offerings such pork steak served with haggis, and pan seared wild Scottish venison. Alternatively, try the cod steak partnered by twice-cooked hand-cut chips for an upmarket version of a British seaside classic.
Round off a delicious plateful with a sweet injection of pudding. Anoint a cool selection of ice creams with a funky bubble gum sauce. Or indulge in the classic apple and mixed berry pudding, or a chocolate fudge cake.
Visitors to the bar at The Royal Mackintosh hotel are invited to dine in comfort. The informal lounge bar is ideal for guests wishing to enjoy a delicious quality meal without the pretensions of a highly decorated restaurant setting. Soak up the sun in the venue’s beer garden which is a great way to take in the sea air without moving a muscle!
Visitors to the Scottish borders are invited to join guests at The Royal Mackintosh in Dunbar with a bar that provides first class fodder in an informal environment.