Glenturret is famous as the oldest working whisky-producing site in Scotland. Not only does it offer a fantastic distillery it’s also recently become home to the gorgeous Glenturret Lalique Restaurant.
The new fine dining restaurant was only open for seven months before it was awarded a Michelin star in February of this year. Scottish-born Head Chef Mark Donald was brought in by new owners Lalique to run their eponymous restaurant, the first in-distillery fine dining concept.
Mark, who has worked at some of the world’s best restaurants including the iconic Noma in Copenhagen and the two-star Michelin Restaurant Andrew Fairlie at Gleneagles, securing them the coveted award.
The Lalique Restaurant at Glenturret Distillery was awarded one Michelin star within just seven months of opening its doors.
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The restaurant, which is currently closed but due to reopen for bookings on the 12th of October is celebrated by the Michelin team for its daily-changing fixed menu which “displays highly skilled, precise, modern European cooking with a Scottish focus”.
Having recently also secured four AA rosette status, the restaurant is heavily backed by the Lalique team who have a history of supporting exceptional fine dining establishments, with Michelin-starred establishments in Alsace and Bordeaux already part of their portfolio.
Their exciting £125pp tasting menu includes dishes such as Tattie scone, winter truffle and Baerii platinum caviar; Langoustine, buttermilk, Daurenki Tsar Impérial; Scallop kedgeree; and Sika deer with hay smoked celeriac and sour Quince.
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