A late Sunday lunch at this restaurant on the banks of the River Feugh near Banchory in Aberdeenshire. I’d walked about 13 miles from Aberdeen so this was very welcome.
The restaurant is in a fantastic setting on the banks of the River Feugh, where you can eat on the balcony overlooking the river.
Its geared to Sunday lunch – essentially, a variety of different roasts were on offer. I had chicken which was very flavoursome and Anne had roast beef. Other days, if I remember correctly, there is a wider menu.
They were very busy and service was not quick although the staff were friendly and apologetic. The food is hearty rather than gourmet, which I appreciated after my walk. The cakes are reputedly excellent but we resisted the temptation.
The food is fine but the setting is the main reason for going to the Falls of Feugh. I’d be happy to go back. We were about £15 each for lunch.