The Stirling Highland Hotel used to be the city’s High School and, back in the day, it no doubt pushed, encouraged and hustled tens of thousands of pupils to pass their exams.
The type of courses on offer at the Stirling Highland Hotel these days are rather more enjoyable and best tackled with a knife and fork rather than a pencil and paper.
Who wouldn’t prefer double cream and apple crumble over double maths?
Take up today’s Big Deal at the four star hotel and two of you can study a three course dinner in Scholar’s Restaurant.
Within easy reach of Glasgow and Edinburgh, the Stirling Highland Hotel sits in the heart of Stirling and offers panoramic views across the Forth Valley.
This tasty offer is for a 3 course dinner for two in the stylish Scholars’ Restaurant.
The restaurant has been awarded an AA Rosette for its menus which feature both traditional Scottish dishes as well as choices from further afield.
The dishes available will depend on the season but typical starters might be the Cullen skink or the ham hough terrine while popular main courses include the Scottish seafood pie, Guinea fowl or mushroom risotto.
Be sure to leave space for desserts like the chocolate fondant, the warm date pudding or the lemon sorbet.
Certain dishes, such as the fillet steak will incur a supplement.
After dinner, guests can enjoy a nightcap (not included) in the Headmaster’s Study bar. Not many of us have fond memories of double French but a double Scotch is always enjoyable.
Reviewers on TripAdvisor have left many a glowing review of Scholar’s Restaurant in the Stirling Highland Hotel. We liked this one which is short and sweet:
‘Fantastic food. Well served by friendly staff. Excellent choice on the a la carte menu.’