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Scotland's best restaurant named in national awards | Education

Scotland's best restaurant named in national awards | Education
Scotland's best restaurant named in national awards 

Scotland's best restaurant has just been named for a UK-wide award

Inver in Strachur, a small town on the banks of Loch Fyne in Argyll and Bute, was voted the best restaurant in the country by the National Restaurant Awards.

Housed in a former crofter's boathouse and shop, Inver is run by award-winning chef Pamela Brunton and her husband Rob, who took over the site in 2015.

The NRA team praised Pamela and her team, describing Inver as "an emphatic celebration of the Scottish pantry that shows great reverence for the provenance and quality of its local ingredients."

Praising this distinctive little eatery for its excellent dishes, they added: "The à la carte lunch and dinner menus feature simply prepared fresh seafood, as well as local meats and seasonal game.

"A four-course tasting menu is also served in the evenings, which uses current cooking techniques and a combination of local, wild and farm-raised ingredients to offer a contemporary take on traditional and forgotten Scottish dishes."

They also referenced the fact that Pamela's expert approach to supporting and maintaining the ecosystem surrounding her restaurant has led to Inver becoming one of the first restaurants in the UK to receive the new Michelin Green Star, which recognizes the sustainable practices.

A worthy winner that we think you'll agree with?

Source: dailyrecord.co.uk, directnews99.site