About The Stables at Chapelton Inn
Charming rural dining by East Kilbride
The Stables Restaurant sits adjacent to the Chapelton Inn in South Lanarkshire. With wooden beams, a stripped stone feature wall and candles on the tables, The Stables Restaurant has a cosy rustic feel. It is popular for family get-togethers, romantic dinners and casual meals with friends. The Sunday roast lunch is also proving popular while the Cheeky Rascals menu is a hit with pint-sized customers.
Fresh local produce
The kitchen team at The Stables Restaurant produce menus designed to have a wide appeal. Based on the extensive use of fresh, local produce, the dishes on offer range from traditional choices such as the beer-battered fillet of haddock to more contemporary options like the seared king scallops served with a black pudding crumble and lemon crushed peas.
From the sirloin steak to the soft fruit desserts, Scottish produce is to the fore. The kitchen is equally happy incorporating ingredients from further afield in dishes like the terrine made with roast organic chicken and chorizo. A short, well chosen wine list means there is always something interesting to drink at The Stables.
Strathaven transport links and attractions
The Stables Restaurant at Chapelton Inn is on Shawton Road, Chapelton, South Lanarkshire. The A726 provides a link to and from Glasgow. The inn and restaurant have their own parking space and local attractions include Broadlees Golf Club.