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Movers and shakers There’s a lot to do here at Crieff Hydro. So if you’re rushing from one activity to the next, you might want to grab a quick bite to eat on the way. Call into The Hub cafe and you’ll find a choice of light lunches, salads and snacks. Take your food away, or grab a seat and check out the sports channel. Or join us in the Victorian Winter Garden and Loggia; a great spot for morning coffee, light lunch, or afternoon tea and cream scones. Yes, the fast service means you won’t be kept waiting, but make sure you enjoy the panoramic views.

Cozy nesters Hot drinks and sofas at the Hub, comfy “snugs” in the Brasserie and homemade soup from the Winter Garden. Or maybe a Scottish Malt by the open fire at the Murraypark.

Come dine with us (best book for dinner, though.) BREAKFAST


All hotel room rates include a full Scottish breakfast; and it’s served from 7.30am until 10am in the Meikle Restaurant (it can get busy after 9am). You’ll also find a pay-as-you-order breakfast menu in the Clubhouse and our room service menu; there’s even an all-day breakfast in the Brasserie.


LUNCH However your day’s shaping up, we’ve a range of options to keep you going until dinner. For something light, try the Meikle Lounge Bar; while the Clubhouse is the place for a heartier dish. Or please every appetite in the family-friendly Brasserie.

Meikle Restaurant Meikle Lounge Bar Clubhouse Brasserie The Murraypark Winter Garden The Hub

Tuck into perfectly cooked roasts with all the trimmings every Sunday in the Meikle restaurant. If dressing for dinner’s your thing, the Meikle’s your place. For a less formal affair, try the Brasserie, Clubhouse or dine in our sister hotel, the Murraypark. If your room rate includes dinner, it’s served in the Meikle restaurant from 6.30pm onwards. Alternatively, you’re welcome to use your £21.50 meal allowance towards dining in the Brasserie, Clubhouse or Murraypark.




07.30 - 10.00

12.30 - 14.00 12.00 - 18.00

18.30 - 21.00

Monday, Thursday & Friday 10.00 - 19.00 Saturday & Sunday 10.00 - 20.00

10.30 08.00 O P E O P E

18.00 09.30 N A L L N A L L

10.30 - 18.00 12.00 - 18.00 D A Y 0 9 . 0 0 D A Y 0 8 . 3 0

18.00 - 21.45 18.00 - 21.00 - 2 3 . 0 0 - 2 2 . 0 0

Our restaurants are popular with guests and locals alike, so booking is always a good idea. Call the reservations team 1666 from your room or 01764 651666 from your mobile.

Beyond the baked bean If you’ve brought the family, you’ll find we’ve got even the fussiest young tastes covered. There are children’s menus in the Meikle, Brasserie, Murraypark and Clubhouse, and kids can help themselves to high tea in the Brasserie from 4.30pm - 6pm. For kids on the go, lunch boxes, sandwiches and snacks are available in the Winter Garden and the Hub - which also has baby food.


Kids under 12 get a packed lunch from the Winter Garden or £ 3.50 allowance to use anywhere else. Dinner at the high tea Brasserie buffet is also included - perfect if your children are booked in for an evening session at BIG Country. There’s £4.60 towards dinner if eating with adults. Kids aged 12-16 who are staying on a ‘dinner included’ rate can dine in the Meikle Restaurant or use their full adult allowance of £21.50 towards dinner in the Brasserie, Clubhouse or Murraypark. If you’re in any doubt, call

1666 from your room or 01764 651666 from your mobile.

Room service (with a smile) Because sometimes, your room’s simply too comfortable to leave

call 1661, open all hours Breakfast in Bed

Food 24/7

(10.30am to 4pm, daily)

If you missed breakfast, we’ll bring it to your room. Look forward to bacon, sausage, tomato, mushrooms, beans, potato scone, egg (fried or poached) and toast with orange juice, tea or coffee (there’s a vegetarian option too). £7.95


All-day food

◆ Egg mayonnaise with cress.

(11am to 10pm, daily)


◆ Roasted butternut squash and carrot. Homemade, of course. (v) ◆ Smoked Perthshire salmon with wild rocket and a mixed olive tapenade. (gf) ◆ Grampian chicken and chorizo terrine; think of it as a slice of

deliciousness served with mixed leaves and a Seville orange dressing. (gf)

£4.25 £6.25 £6.35

◆ Gorgonzola and Walnut tortellini. Filled with sun blushed tomatoes. (v) £13.50 ◆ Rack of Inverurie lamb, oven-roasted to perfection. On a courgette and

tomato stew, with impossibly soft rosemary potatoes. And not a jar of mint sauce in sight. (gf) £17.25 ◆ Grilled fillet of Scottish sea bass. What could be simpler? With sautéed green blush tomatoes and a confit lemon and caper butter. (gf) £15.25


and dark chocolate sauce.

◆ Crème Catalan a delicate crème brulee with a lemon polenta biscuit. ◆ Scottish cheese platter. Tobermory cheddar, Strathdone blue and

Arran brie - ready to grace your handmade Crieff’s Strowan farm oatcakes and crusty bread. Fruity sharpness courtesy of Dalchonzie farm plum and apple chutney - plus a generous helping of grapes. (v) - vegetarian (gf) - gluten free

◆ Honey roast ham and tomato. ◆ Chicken, avacado and coriander. ◆ Scottish cheddar cheese and


◆ Profiteroles filled with an Irish cream, drizzled with a white

◆ Prawn Marie-Rose with lettuce.

£5.25 £4.95


tomato. ◆ Tuna mayonnaise and salad. ◆ Roast beef and tomato.

HOT DISHES - £10.75 ◆ Chicken Tikka Masala, boiled

rice with mango chutney and poppadom. ◆ Slow cooked lamb tagine, boiled rice and vegetables. ◆ Spinach and ricotta cannelloni with salad leaves. ◆ Seafood fish pie with mixed vegetables.

A charge of £3.50 per tray applies.

Winter Digest 2011  

Your essential guide to eating at Crieff Hydro