Come and eat atMOOR OF RANNOCH

*** CLOSED to Non-Residents ***


Unfortunately due to ongoing Covid-19 restrictions we have taken the hard decision to close our restaurant to Non-Residents.

We hope to reopen the restaurant at a later stage in 2021 season once capacity restrictions allow us to welcome back Non-Residents.

Why not come and stay instead to enjoy the comfort of our rooms and a fantastic dinner experience?


Dinner served –  Thursday to Monday from 6.30pm

Closed – Tuesdays & Wednesdays

The Moor of Rannoch ONLY serves dinner and is not open during the day.

Non-Residents are welcome each evening from 6.30pm
(Bookings are essential due to our remote location and limited capacity)
Tables are reserved automatically for all of our guests when rooms are booked.

Like everything else at the Moor of Rannoch, dinner is not a rushed affair. Since we only set each table once our guests can relax and dine at their own pace.  The evening begins with drinks in one of our lounges with a range of Scottish gins & beers or a glass of wine from our carefully selected list.

The menu changes every single day with a real focus on seasonal Scottish produce which is sourced from a number of local suppliers. Browse the menu and order from the comfort of the lounge before moving to the restaurant with views across Rannoch Moor. During dinner keep an eye out for some of the local wildlife wandering past. Red Deer, Pheasants, Hen Harriers and even Golden Eagles can often be seen.

Once dinner is over, retire to the lounge for tea or coffee with a selection of over one hundred of Scotland’s finest malt whisky’s. There is also a complimentary Scottish cheese board for all of our guests to enjoy at 9pm. Depart on Rannoch’s “Dial a Bus” service or for those lucky guests it is just a short climb up the stairs to one of our rooms.


Our Menu Changes Every Day
Fixed Price Menu –  £60 per person


Sharing Nibbles
Selection of items for the table to share and sample
Freshly baked bread from the kitchen
Chef’s Choice
A small sample showcasing a Scottish seasonal producer


Charred Leeks, Jerusalem Artichokes
Black Crowdie, Smoked Almonds
Muscovado, Whisky & Citrus cured Sea Trout
Smoked Creme Fraiche, Fennel, Pink Pepper
Duck Liver Parfait, Gingerbread Brioche
Rhubarb Relish, Pancetta Crumb


Rannoch Venison Fillet, Venison Pastilla, Parsnip Puree
Fennel Marmalade, Roast Beetroot, Juniper Jus
Roast Pork Belly, Smoked Carrot Puree
Black Pudding, Heritage Carrots, Chervil Viniagrette
Gigha Halibut, Crispy Halibut Skirt, Celeriac Veloute
Wilted Kale, Winter Chanterelles
Broccoli, Feta & Almond Filo Parcel, Chilli Jam
Sweet Potato, Roast Broccoli, Aged Balsamic

Palate Cleanser followed by


Sticky Gingerbread Pudding, Vanilla Custard
Whisky Apples, Ginger Syrup
Caramelised White Chocolate Mousse, Chocolate Crumb
Charred Blood Orange, Blood Orange Sorbet
Boozy Affogato
Choice of Homemade Ice Cream, Scottish Liqueur, Glen Lyon Espresso, Cranberry & Pistachio Biscotti
Smoked Vanilla Ice-Cream & Pedro Ximenez
Oatmeal Praline Ice-Cream & Drambuie
Scottish Cheese Board
A selection from some of Scotland’s array of artisan cheese makers, oatcakes and chutneys will all feature on our communal cheese board which all guests will be welcome to sample while enjoying a glass of port, liqueur or one of our malts.
Served in the lounge after dinner each evening, from 9pm.

Booking InformationReservations for non-residents are essential.

Unfortunately we have made the decision that we will NOT re-open the restaurant to Non-Resident dinner bookings at this time.

Therefore the Moor of Rannoch will ONLY be open to guests with accommodation bookings. Why not book a room and come and stay?

If current restrictions are lifted then we hope to be able to welcome non-resident dinner bookings at some stage during our 2021 season and will take reservations only once we are able to do so.

Dietary Requirements
We are able to tailor our menus to meet most dietary requirements provided prior notice is given. Please inform us at the time of booking of any requirements that you may have.

We welcome children of all ages in our restaurant. Please note that we do not offer a separate children’s menu. Please take a moment to review our children’s policy. High chairs are available on request.

The Moor of Rannoch is a very dog friendly environment and your dog is welcome to join you in the restaurant.

Leave the car at home!
Rannoch Dial-a-Bus Service

If you are staying elsewhere in the Rannoch area then leave the car at home and book the fantastic Dial-a-Bus service. The service is operated by two local taxi operators and is available from Kinloch Rannoch all the way to Rannoch Station. The fares are roughly £3.00 per person for each journey and Scottish National Entitlement Card Holders travel free.

The service works like a taxi and will collect you at your accommodation at the requested time and transport you to the Moor of Rannoch. The service operates Monday to Saturday, 7.00am to 10.00pm
Dogs & bikes can be transported if required, please arrange this at the time of booking.

To book your journey contact one of the following operators:

Broons Buses & Taxis on 01882 632 418 or 07881 822 216

Highland Travel on 01882 633 398 or 07971 540 282