Found in the very heart of the village of Bridge of Allan in Stirling, The Old Bridge Inn has long played a key role in the area.
Back in 2014, new owners Christopher Peck and Simon Kerr injected some much needed new life into the pub. Having been run as a restaurant for the ten years previous, Chris and Simon have brought the 300 year old establishment back to its pub roots and the food has improved tenfold at the same time with an ever changing seasonal menu relying on local produce at all times.
Chris is at the helm in The Old Bridge Inn kitchen and does a fine job when it comes to the food. The menus change regularly according to the seasons and availability of produce but the quality never waivers.
Sample starters include half a dozen fresh oysters with raspberry and shallot vinegar and duck liver pate with homemade chutney and pickles while mains have featured delights like an amazing roast duck breast with pomegranate and pine nut cous cous, pineapple and chilli chutney and orange dressing and roast supreme of Guinea fowl with mustard mash and Koffman’s cabbage. You can bring the kids too, as children are treated to their very own special menu.
Located just minutes from the Bridge of Allan train station, The Old Bridge Inn boasts a central village location. Warm and friendly, cosy and inviting, this superb village pub is packed with character and charm. Locals adore the place and people come from all over to sample the brilliant and much talked about food.