Friendly warm staff eager to please. Food was good but lacked finesse. Vegan curry was tasty and beers well cellared. Dogs welcome outside and in the bar area Prices average. Chef keen to help.
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Stopped by here last night and even though we hadn't made a reservation, we were given a table and asked if we minded waiting a while before we ordered as they had two large parties just arriving. We settled down with a pack of cards...More
Great little pub that catered for about 12 of us with a mix of veggie, vegan & gluten free options too! Would definitely stop off again if ever we are passing for food and/or drinks.
A hidden gem of a place. Great range of casks, a warm welcoming fire, great service, fab food and dog friendly - what's not to like. In a word - recommended !
We walked from Callader to Brig O'Turk along the south of Loch Venachar and back along the Great Trossachs Path - 6 hour walk. Stopped for lunch at the Byre Inn -- wonderful soup and Cullen Skink Crumble with micro-brewery ale. Lovely touch - there...More
Stopped in for a bit of lunch after a weekend away. The Cullen skink is absolutely amazing, a meal in itself! My husband had the burger which was cooked medium rare and was melt in your mouth, this was served with chunky potato wedges and...More
Great little Inn and a great setting, the lady waiting on was lovely and so was the food, crispy oat crumbed haggis mash and neeps! Delicious but Im not sure what is happening to Scotland their chefs seem to be doing everything with haggis other...More
Very nice meals lovely staff good prices and of course Dog Friendly went there twice and will go there again when in that area.
We re-visited the Byre Inn after a few months' absence and weren't disappointed. The service was friendly and quick, and the food very good - especially the Cullen skink. I was also very impressed with the range of local craft beers. It's a lovely setting...More