We went to the Hilton Dunkeld House for Easter Monday Lunch. It was a buffet style with starte, mains and puddings. Starters all cold- salad, pate, salmon and a cold meat selection-nothing at all for the vegetarian apart from salad. I thought this was very poor considering its a Hilton hotel. Mains were boiled new potatoes a great selection of cooked veg ( carrot, turnip, brocolli, parsnips, runner beans, mange touts) then a veggie lasagne, beef in gravy, salmon in holandaise or pork in a grain mustard sauce. Pudding were a selection of mini desserts a caramel thing, a muffin type cake , lemon tart or a raspberry meringue. These were nice light and small just enough for an end meal.We had this served with a crisp dry prosecco which bubbled in hubby's glass but not mine. The service was good and efficent with no problems. We got to have a little peak at 2 sets of parents and their offspring trying out the selections for their up coming wedding in August. The portions on those looked massive and was good to see what else they did and not just the buffet. The Garden restaurant overlooks the Tay in a nice rural country setting. Worth a visit if passing would give it a 3/4 dots better than average but not a very good yet for the lack of vegetarian starters.
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