Okay, so it's the only pub in the village but it's a great pub and the adjoining restaurant is great too. At the end of May 2021 I was staying locally for four nights with friends and I booked a table for four nights at the Inn. The staff were very accomdating and attentive and quickly learnt what we all liked to drink and eat which we found to be impressive. The food was great and varied far exceeding our expectations. If I had to identify one member of staff who went the extra mile to make us feel welcome and valued that wood have to be Carmen. Carmen was our waitress each night, we kept her busy with food and drink orders all night and she never complained. This is a lovely pub and restaurant and I'm looking forward to returning as soon as possible.
I was in the trossachs enjoying a day out with my partner. We came across the Tyndrum Inn on our adventure and stopped for an evening meal. First of all the staff were friendly and very efficient and a great selection of drinks. Then came the food.....WOW! I can safely say this may be the best meal I have ever had . Me an my partner both agreed this was delicious. Credit to yous. Thank you
Steak pie was steak and cold pastry was not steak pie although the steak was quite good,veg broccoli and cauliflower were brick hard couldnt even cut them with knife and French fries were not hot.There was absolutely no social distancing at all ,and staff wore their masks under their nose,which off course isnt any good at all. I felt very uncomfortable as there was no effort to leave any space between tables. I am sorry I dont like giving bad reviews but felt this warranted the review I have given .The owners really should review their covid rules, and maybe cook the veg .
I've stopped at tyndrum for many years when visiting Rannoch Moor. It's changed a lot in this time but the hotel has always been clean and cosy .breakfast is ample with a good choice. And lots of tea and coffee.
Meeting an old colleague of my wife for a catch lunch. We heard good things before we went, we ordered soup and haggis pakora as starters for my wife and I. We ordered a cheese'n'ham toastie, a chicken and ham panini and a ham and brie baguette with sides of chunky chips, skinny fries and coleslaw. Sadly we didn't get exactly what we ordered the starters were right as were the sides & toastie however the panini and baguette had been mixed up. On top of the minor mix-up all of the food appeared on the table all in the space of 2 minutes. Now other than the pakora and the soup there was not much cooking to do, if I'm paying money for a toastie I want the cheese to be oozing out it was barely melted. Overall the food was passable and the service was Okay. The prices are reasonable being the best point. If you're staying local it's alright for couple pints and a nibble if you're hungry. I wouldn't go out of my way to make this a regular stop.…