Yum. Great terrine, great burger.. real meat. Well cooked steak. we walked in off the street. WHat a find.
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We visited the Tipsy Laird on our recent stay in the area, and were quite pleased with our choice. They have updated their restaurant so they now take credit cards. All of our meals were quite tasty, and the beer selection was great. I opted...More
We had a meal here while staying in nearby B&B, table was booked for us by the owners of B&B & it was a good choice, it was aTuesday night but the place was still very busy I think we were lucky to get a...More
We were recommended this place and on first view looks a pretty reasonable pub restaurant. We were a table of 8, service was on a sluggish side but friendly. Sadly I ordered the macaroni - I wish I hadn't. What arrived was a dreadful mushroom,...More
Had dinner here while staying in the area for one night. Nice real ale and the menu was good and quite inventive and certainly good value. Unfortunately the service was patchy and varied from very friendly and good to borderline surly and poor. This spoilt...More
We were recommended this place to eat by the B&B we stayed at. We went on a Wednesday night and the place was nearly full. Even though we arrived without a reservation they found us a table. The menu is small but there is something...More
Had one of the best burgers I have ever had in this typical Scottish village pub. Staff were friendly and welcoming and service was good.
Was staying in area for one night. Popped in for one drink when out for a stroll with my wife and stayed for two. Real ale available which is always a plus for me. The barmaid was friendly and the place clean and comfortable. 5...More
Booked the Tipsy Laird through recommondation. It was very busy which we thought was a good impression. Unfortunately it was not a good night, food not what we expected, not sure if the chef did not turn up!! Can't fault the waitress she was very...More