Scotland is rightly proud of both its cuisine and its native drinks, whether they be whisky, beer or Irn Bru. The Gargunnock Inn on the Main Street in the village of, well, Gargunnock – just a short hop over from Stirling along the A811 – you can enjoy the best that Scotland has to offer on a plate and in a glass. Begin with local haggis tempura or grilled goats’ cheese with Stornoway black pudding before moving on to some free range Scottish gammon, Perthshire chicken breast or a traditional fish and chips. Wash it all down with plenty of real and craft ales: they have an ever-changing range, as well as a huge wine list and cocktail menu to get you well on your way to a great night out at The Gargunnock Inn on the Main Street in Gargunnock. Remember to book a table though, as they are very popular locally and can get busy on occasion.
Visited as a group of 6 on a Sunday afternoon and had the most wonderful meal. The menu choices were excellent and the food was just sublime. I can heartily recommend the chicken with haggis and whisky sauce. Others had the chicken, black pudding with apple and ale gravy which was exceptionally tast too. There is a varied choice of starters and sweets and the prices are remarkably low considering the quality of the food. The staff were extremely pleasant, efficient and friendly, they were a pleasure to be served by. This restaurant has just leapt to the top of our list of places to eat when in the Stirling area! Well done to all at the Gargunnock Inn, Bravo!
Lovely cosy pub dinner, good menu choice, relaxed atmosphere, portions good and delicious. Good selection of beers and wines.!Waiting staff efficient and friendly. Been before and will be again.
Great food in a lovely village pub. Ordered a rare fillet steak - it was cooked to perfection and tasted fantastic. The onion rings are awesome too!