My wife and I were on holiday at Loch Lomond and drove here for an early dinner / late lunch. The pub dates from 1703 and has spade loads of character. The food was excellent and probably the best bar food I have had. The menu has a balance of favourites and some more exotic dishes. I chose the beef in rioja jus and it was brilliant. They had two real ales on and had tasting notes on a board but unfortunaely I was driving. Our first impressions were not great however as we were greeted by a large dog which wandered in and out the tables. However the bar was very quiet and it was ushered away and didn't reappear while we were eating. We were careful however not to set our cutlery directly on the table. This is the only reason I have for not giving it full marks. I will definitely be back and will bring family.
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