With a wealth of Scottish delights on the menu, it’s not just guests of the Burnett Arms Hotel that can enjoy the Cocktail Bar found within.
A hotel steeped in history, the Burnett Arms Hotel was built in the late 18th century as a coaching inn. Proudly bearing a large crest above the entrance, this ornament commemorates the visit of Princess Adelaide, aunt of Queen Victoria. Run since the 1960’s by the Melvin family, Robert and Jacqui Melvin took charge of the establishment in 1992.
Elaborate refurbishments and a new Head Chef has transformed the dining area of the Burnett Arms Hotel into lavished eateries, both serving the same exquisite menu. Spearheaded by Head Chef Robert Ramsay, there are a plethora of delicacies available at a greatly reduced price, thanks to the tastecard discount.
With such savings in mind, there’s no excuse not to sample a bit of everything, especially when there are irresistible starters like the sumptuous pan fried wood pigeon, partnered with a beetroot and apple salad, the refreshing king prawn salad, adorned with a mango salsa and lobster oil, and the classic Cullen skink, a traditional Scottish fish soup.
With the taste buds suitably tantalised, diners will be ready for the rich main courses, which include exemplary delights such as the succulent chargrilled ribeye steak, made with Scottish beef and served with French fries and onion rings, the enchanting pan fried tenderloin of locally sourced venison, complete with roasted shallots, dauphinoise potatoes and green beans, and the special Burnett Arms Rack of BBQ Pork Ribs, tender fall-off-the-bone ribs with coleslaw and a baked potato.
With plenty of veggie friendly side orders and salads also available there’s something for any and all palates, which means everyone can find something truly delicious at the Cocktail Bar at the Burnett Arms Hotel.