New spring menu launched at Scotts Largs and Troon


Ayrshire venues launch new spring menu

Buzzworks venues Scotts at Largs ans Troon have hust launched their spring menu.

Danny Poli, Head Chef at Scotts Troon, said: “All eyes will be on Ayrshire in the coming months and with spring on our doorstep and summer just a few months away, we’re excited to present this brand-new menu offering to guests both old and new.

There are still lots of classic Scotts dishes on offer, but our teams in Largs and Troon have worked together to develop a delicious new range of options which reflect the lighter evenings and sunnier days.”

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Among the highlights of the new menus is a whole new section dedicated to refreshing salads. The standout is the poke bowl – a nutritious ensemble of wasabi nuts, pak choi, avocado, edamame beans, picked carrot, radish, tomato and lemon & mint dressing.

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Meanwhile, the specialties section of the menus celebrate seasonal ingredients and classic flavours, such as pan seared chicken breast served with wild garlic butter, asparagus tips, roast baby potatoes, and tarragon cream.

The spring menu also brings with it a light lunch section, with options such as the vegan-friendly pea and shallot tortellini, served with pea fricassee, lemon mascarpone, pangrattato, and vegan parmesan cheese.

The new food offerings also include starters such as salmon with orange and fennel salad, accompanied by crème fraiche, lime gel, micro sorrel and sourdough croutes.

For plant-based food lovers, the chargrilled watermelon & whipped feta, drizzled with pomegranate molasses and garnished with mint, chilli, and watercress.

New spring menu at Scotts Troon and Largs

buzzworks spring menu


buzzworks spring menu


The new springtime menus at Scotts Largs and Scotts Troon are available now.

To book, visit or, or call the restaurants on 01475 686684 for Largs, or 01292 315315 for Troon.




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