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experience as: “The unbeatable loch views and sense of tranquillity in the balcony restaurant give the impression that you are floating on water. From the open-view kitchen, the modern British food is underpinned by classic technique. Chicken liver parfait served with pear chutney and toasted brioche makes for a well-made starter and might be followed by slow-braised pork belly with spiced apple compote, sauté potatoes and apple jus. Desserts such as white chocolate and kirsch parfait, mango purée and orange sorbet are impressive.” It wasn’t just the restaurant that received high praise during the inspection, as the hotel also maintained its 4 star AA rating.  Overall, the Lodge on Loch Lomond received glowing comments from the AA inspectors who stated: “The Lodge on Loch Lomond has a great deal to commend.  It boasts a most idyllic location, a contemporary and stylish interior and an impressive


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