Great food and presentation. Excellent wine list. Best creme brulee I have ever had. Could make more use of summer fruits in desserts.
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I have been to restaurant on several occasions & it is fine dining at its best & front of house service excellent. It is worth a visit
We've just returned home after having our Sunday lunch at Kildrummy Inn.It was our first visit but will not be our last.A warm welcome awaited us by Nigel who made us so at home.The food was superb. Our starters of salmon was the best I've...More
Enjoyed a very relaxing lunch in a wonderful hidden away jem. Definitely when touring the Cairngorms, a stop at the inn is a MUST!!. Very pretty setting something to see from every angle, hosts very charming and helpful. Don't leave the area without checking it...More
We ate here with family and the food was delicious, albeit fine dining, so expect smallish portions eg 1 carrot, tiny potato. We found it extremely quiet so were too conscious of this to chat as freely as we usually do. Everyone else eating in...More
couldn't get enough of the food. I couldn't decide what to order as everything sounded delicious. we stayed at the Inn and found that dinner and breakfast very enjoyable and comfortable. the hosts were friendly.
We are repeat diners to this restaurant and feel that the quality has really declined in recent months. We just cannot put our finger on it but have been very disappointed. The service has really gone down hill as well as the general ambience.
There is nothing at all I can fault the Kildrummy on. A friend and I stopped for a few nights whilst on a fishing trip recently (it is an excellent base from which to fish the rivers Don and Deveron), and the accommodation was comfortable...More
This was my first visit to Kildrummy Inn but it certainly won't be my last! The food was delicious and well presented, the staff were very pleasant and accommodating. This is the best meal that I have had since returning to this country two years...More