Dining at Glenapp
Good Food Guide ~ Scottish Restaurant of the Year 2007
Award-winning Glenapp Castle, the five star Relais & Châteaux hotel in Ayrshire, South West Scotland, has been named "Scotland’s Restaurant of the Year 2007" by the prestigious Which? Good Food Guide.
Good Food Guide Inspectors wrote that Head Chef Matt Weedon’s cooking is:
An appetiser of velvety asparagus velouté "impressed" at inspection and a chicken and foie gras mousse, with morels, broadbeans and a foaming Gewurztraminer sauce is described as "a triumph of gentle strength".
Dessert might be:
Regarding Glenapp's elegant dining room with stunning sea views, the inspectors wrote:
With an overall score of six points, Glenapp is now ranked among the best places to dine in the U.K. Matt, who already holds three Rosettes from the AA, is thrilled with the award.
The coveted Good Food Guide award is Glenapp's third major accolade this year. The hotel is currently AA Hotel of the Year for Scotland and Northern Ireland, as well as Scottish Castle Hotel of the Year. Glenapp’s owners, Graham and Fay Cowan, said today that they are
The castle is open to non-resident diners from April until the end of November seven days a week. Prior reservation is required.
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