Pitlochry has one dedicate Italian restaurant. One Indian Restaurant. A very affordable basic no frills restaurant serving meals as Mum would have made.
The majority of eating places in Pitlochry serve all day food during the tourist season (March to end of October). Some go to peak hours in the main tourist season April to October.
Many have all day menus, others have a separate lunch and separate dinner menu. Many menus include vegan and gluten free dishes. If you do not see it on the menu, we suggest you ask.
We have included a number of hotels whole welcome the public in to their restaurants. If we’ve missed your favourite eating place in Pitlochry please let us know.
Your Guide to Places to Eat in Pitlochry UK:-
Pine Trees Restaurant
Pine Trees Hotel is proving to be very popular, as it has opened its doors to non residents for the first time in many years. Guests can not fail to be impressed by this lovely oasis within Pitlochry. The style of the hotel with its large gardens, the two log burning fires, the deep comfy sofas and of course its meals, whether lunch, Afternoon Teas or dinner. Our recommendation is phone to make a reservation as it does get busy especially at dinner time. READ MOREAddress:Strathview Terrace, Pitlochry, PH16 5QR
Tel:01796 472 121
Indian Restaurant Pitlochry - Prince of India
Pitlochry's only Indian Restaurant, you can eat in or have takeaway meals, authentic Balti dishes, Chef’s recommendation and European dishes. READ MOREAddress:5 Station Rd, Pitlochry, Scotland PH16 5AN
Cafe Scozia the Italian Restaurant Pitlochry
Pitlochry's Italian restaurant serves pizzas, pastas and dolce (sweets). Their popular menu contains all the well known Italian favourites. They also cater for vegan and gluten free meals too. The children's menu offers a choice of dishes, 2 courses for £7.95. READ MOREAddress:113 Atholl Road, Pitlochry Perthshire PH16 5AG
Pitlochry Afternoon Tea
Pitlochry excels at Afternoon teas, the small meal to tied you over to the evening dinner. If you have never experienced the pleasures of afternoon tea, we hope to tempt you. Afternoon teas were made fashionable in 1840. Brought to Scotland by Queen Victoria and Prince Albert in 1842. Here is our guide to the best venues and what each has to offer. Plus our brief history of afternoon teas. READ MORE
A Scottish baronial castle, once the home of the Sandeman port and sherry dynasty. Today a brand new 5 star hotel overlooking Loch Faskally offering both formal and informal dining. Serving meals from 12noon to 9pm all year round. READ MOREAddress:Foss Rd, Pitlochry PH16 5ND
Tel: 01796 470140
Cafe Biba Pitlochry
Full menu available all day long, fully licensed, large conservatory and an outdoor area. Children welcome. Bike rack for cyclists too! READ MOREAddress:40 Atholl Rd, Pitlochry PH16 5BX