Our group of six enjoyed a leisurely dinner at this, the oldest pub in Scotland. Dishes that were especially popular: 1) the BOX-BAKED CAMEMBERT topped with omega seed sprinkle, cranberry & sloe gin chutney and warm dough sticks was extremely tasty - even our 7 year old liked it. 2) the other really great dish was the KING PRAWN, CRAB & CHORIZO LINGUINE ) with white wine, tomatoes, garlic & chilli.
Everything else was good to very good and our wait staff (3 different people were very nice and helpful
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