We have visited the fintry inn on 4 separate occasions since the review in the Sunday Herald. On each occasion we (4 of us) have each ordered something different on the menu including sampling the special. On each of the 4 occasions the food has always been top quality and reasonably priced. There were a couple of items on the specials menu that were new to us, such as the soup of the day which was Borscht on one occasion, but the chef was more than happy to explain what it was and to give us a sample before we ordered. Much appreciated.
We were surprised to see the comments that the food was burnt and inedible from the previous reviewer. On all the occasions that we have visited our experiences have always been exceptional, and 2 of us have had the steak and ale pie on two separate occasions and it has always been cooked to perfection with steak that melts in your mouth.
We have never eaten at No.16 but if the food is as good as we have experienced recently in the Fintry Inn perhaps we should give it a try. However given the rural location of the Fintry Inn we will keep coming back for a while yet as we can’t currently fault it for its food and service.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Small public Free house & Restaurant with microbrewery. Great local cask ales and food with a focus on local and seasonal produce. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- The Fintry Inn Scotland