About Restaurant at The Torrance Hotel
Good food, would certainly go back.
Former coach house in The Village
Dating back to 1793, The Torrance Hotel was originally a coach house. Located on Main Street in The Village, East Kilbride, it features a smart, contemporary restaurant and a spacious, light-filled conservatory. The bar area is popular with sports fans. The hotel runs several menus including a bar menu, set menu and all day a la carte.
Seasonal, Scottish ingredients
Seasonal, locally sourced produce takes pride of place on the menus at The Torrance Hotel. Scottish ingredients are to the fore in starters like the smoked haddock and Mull cheddar tart, the West Coast seafood platter or the chicken liver parfait wrapped in Ayrshire bacon.
The kitchen also likes to play with more exotic influences in dishes such as the five spice, shredded duck spring rolls or the peri peri char grilled chicken burger. Traditional dishes like the classic fish and chips, the steak and ale pie or the macaroni are hugely popular.
From the grill section of the menu, the beef used is 28-day-aged and available as a rib eye, sirloin or fillet. The choice of dessert might include a rhubarb crumble or cherry and praline iced parfait.
Location and attractions
Linked to Glasgow by the M74 and M77, The Torrance Hotel is in The Village of East Kilbride. The hotel has ample, free parking and several bus routes run down the adjacent Main Street. East Kilbride is the nearest train station. The Show Park and the War Memorial Park are a short stroll from The Torrance Hotel.