Having visited this beautiful traditional farmhouse many times, i decided to share this little Treasure trove with you all.
This Farmhouse has two farmhouse Restaurants which is open Tuesday -Saturday, from 6.30pm onwards . closed sunday and Monday. It serves gorgouse home made, , traditional fresh seasonal produce. It does not have a drinks Licence so its a bring your own bottle, with no corkage charges. The restaurants have been running for more than 35 years, one seats 25 ppl, and the other 40 ppl. Dinner costs £26. for a spectacular 4 course dinner, with coffee and petit fours afterwards. Please see below Sept menu taken from their website. The portion sizes are very big to say the least, as well as mouth wattering tasty. The desert table is Heaven for sweet Lovers like myself, there is usually at least 6 different deserts, which you just go and help yourself as often as you like, all home made, same as everything else.
They also do Bed & Breakfast.
This Farmhouse is very popular, and we would recommend booking in advance, as its always busy.
Its set in the Ayrshire countryside, and has ample parking outside the farmhouse.
The staff are all lovely and once you arrive, you are shown in to a lovely living room to look at the menus and decide what you are going for, before being taken through to one of the two restaurants.
The owner/cook always comes and speaks to her guests before they all leave.
This place is a treat to come to all year thru, but its especially beautiful at the Festive season. Go give it a try, we can promise it will be a first of many visits there on after.
Fresh Fruit Platter with Sorbet
Chicken Liver Pate with Oatcakes
Duck and Plum Salad
Spinach,Pineapple and Chorizo Salsa
Baked Pears and Feta Cheese
Cream of Tomato Soup
Cod,Broad Beans and Herb Butter
Smoked Haddock with Cheese Sauce
Chicken with Black Pudding,Bacon and Mustard Sauce
Baked Ham with Spiced Oranges
Roast Sirloin of Beef
Sweets from the table
Coffee and Petit Fours
£26.00 inc of VAT