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Lodge on Loch Lomond

Posted on: April 12, 2012     |     0 comments

This family run four star hotel has a quality of service and standard of dining which is second to none.  On arrival for lunch we were greeted warmly by the Food and Beverage team.  The largest table in the restaurant is situated at the end of Colquhoun's and enjoys breathtaking views over Loch Lomond.  The food did not disappoint with a choice of 4 starters, mains and desserts.  Opinion was divided over whether Pea and Spring Onion Risotto or White Onion and Chilli Soup was the best choice!  The main courses arrived and each one was more mouth-watering than the other.  However, the highest accolade had to go to Black and Gold Beef with creamed savoy cabbage and a close second was Oven Roast Shetland Salmon. 

The desserts also did not disappoint with a very indulgent list of alternatives all served with a flourish. The Lodge on Loch Lomond can boast one of the best cheeseboards I have had which included:-  Howgate Brie, Dunsyre Blue and Mull cheddar served with biscuits, fruit and chutney.

The presentation and standard of food at Lodge on Loch Lomond was amongst the best I have experienced and the F&B team are attentive without being intrusive. 

Lodge on Loch Lomond accommodation is also delightful and our luxury suite managed to combine traditional and contemporary taste with what can only be described as undisturbed breathtaking views over the lochs.  The scenery is truly majestic and the combination of loch and mountain enables you to relax and absorb the tranquillity and absolute 'speacialness' of Lodge on Loch Lomond.

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