Outdoor Restaurant Area

Enjoy an exquisite meal fresh from our larder!

The House of Bruar Restaurant is the ideal place to refresh and refuel yourself whether you’re a tired traveller or satisfied shopper. We provide a warm and inviting atmosphere to relax and enjoy a leisurely lunch. Our self-service restaurant gives a country kitchen feel that creates a casual and cosy air. Take advantage of our Victorian-style glass-covered conservatory, where you can enjoy your meal under the protection of a glass canopy, regardless of the weather.

Our high-quality selection of food aims to exceed expectations, with everything from gourmet sandwiches and homemade soup for a quick snack to handmade pies, vegetarian quiches, traditional haggis and freshly fried fish if you’re looking for something a little more substantial. Deliciously succulent cuts of roast pork and locally-sourced Perthshire lamb are available from our carvery every day, while on Sundays you can sample our rare topside of beef served with Yorkshire puddings and our signature home-made peppercorn sauce.

We also offer a selection of freshly made sandwiches and baguettes, a variety of soups made on site by our chefs and delicious cakes and biscuits all made locally, available throughout the day.

Opening Hours

The Restaurant is open 9am until 5pm, Monday - Sunday. Breakfast is served 9am until 11am daily, and lunches are served from midday. Closed Christmas Day and New Year's Day.

Opening Hours: 8.30am until 5.30pm

Our Fish & Chip shop is open: 12pm until 8pm

You can find further information about store opening hours here
Restaurant Video
"Went in for lunch and the food is excellent!
The conservatory is a bright and airy place to eat
with small birds chirping. Great food and enjoyed
the dining experience!"


Allergy Advice

If you suffer from any allergies, please discuss these with a member of our Restaurant team who will do their best to accommodate your dietary needs and suggest items that may be suitable. 
We aim to offer suitable dishes for all diets though, unfortunately, this may not always be possible.