Unique dining experience launches
Scotland’s most scenic and smallest dining experience has launched in the Perthshire hills. Launched by Scotch Lamb PGI and Comrie-based caterer Bonnie Mountain, the pop-up experience is located on Glen Artney farm, part of the Drummond Estate near Comrie.
The set menu features local suppliers from a ten-mile radius and is served inside a 1962 Land Rover.
Dishes include Scotch Lamb from David Comrie and Sons, seasonal vegetables from Tomnah’a at Comrie Croft, sourdough bread from Wild Hearth Bakery, cheese from Strathearn Cheese Company and honey from Perado Apiaries.
Theres no slumming it as the Land Rover is kitted out in interior décor from Be Coorie in Comrie.
Lesley Cameron, Director of Marketing and Communications from Quality Meat Scotland, the organisation which promotes Scotch Lamb PGI, said: “Scotland has some incredible restaurants showcasing produce from amazing suppliers – however diners are often not privy to what goes on behind the scenes in creating the finished dish.
“We wanted to launch an experience that gives people the chance to bridge the gap between the source and the finished product, learning about Scottish farming methods, natural ingredients and the local people at the heart of it.
“Anyone interested in sampling the delicious menu and learning more about sustainable farming and natural production is invited to enter the draw for a space via the Scotch Kitchen Facebook pageScotch Kitchen Facebook page.”
Tomnaha Butternut Squash Soup with slices of Sourdough Bread
Scotch Lamb barbecued over oak charcoal served on a bed of buttered leeks, along with barbecued carrots and beetroot wheels as well as roasted Anya potatoes. This is all brought together with rosemary & red wine jus along with Rowan Berry Jelly and Salsa Verde as condiments.
Three cheeses from Strathearn Cheese – Lady Mary, Wee Comrie and the Strathearn served with Perthshire Oatcakes.
Tea & Coffee with locally made tablet.