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Poppies Hotel & Restaurant
Leny Road
Callander
Perthshire

FK17 8AL | View map

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Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, the only National Park in Scotland, invites you to this most stunning part of the U.K. Where Better to explore this area than the warm, comfortable surroundings of the Poppies Hotel & Restaurant.

With Nine well-appointed en suite bedrooms, a cosy bar stocking a fantastic choice of Single Malts, and if you want that extra wee bit of luxury why not try our superior rooms with those little touches to make you feel special. Callander, the self-proclaimed capital of the Trossachs, is widely known as the Gateway to the Highlands, is a small town made famous by the BBC with the hit series "Dr Finlays Casebook". The town boasts an 18 hole golf course, and with fishing permits available for the river Teith & Leny as well as Loch fishing, there is plenty to do in the area. Cycle tracks and bicycle hire are widely available.

Poppies Restaurant has become one of the finest eateries in the Area, with our reputation for superb food at reasonable prices, and our award winning chef, this really is fine dining !

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Ratings/Awards: STB 3 Star
Number of Rooms: 9
Number Ensuite: 9
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Sample Menu:


Starters

Chicken Liver, truffle and Foie Gras Parfait, toasted brioche, prune and apricot homemade chutney 6.25

Todays’ homemade Soup with local bread £3.95

Timbale of Avocado, hot smoked Salmon and King prawns, tomato and lemon dressing 5.95

Galia Melon, Rannoch oak smoked Carpaccio and fruits 5.50

Chefs own recipe Cullen Skink Broth 4.75

Baked Field Stirling Mushroom, tomato and herb compote, Gruyere cheese glaze 5.75

Seared breast of Wood Pigeon with a wild mushroom, cognac and tarragon cream 6.25

Mousse of Smoked Mackerel with lime and horseradish, baby capers and basil oil, oatcakes 4.95

Salad Panache with olives, Smoked Trossachs Trout and raspberry dressing 5.50

Main Courses


Roasted Fillet of new season Dornoch Lamb, flagelots beans with tomato and garlic, red wine and rosemary jus 16.50

Pan cooked 21 days aged Angus T-Bone Steak, crispy onions and tomato 19.95

Herb crusted roasted fillet of Cod, spinach, lemon, white wine and saffron scent 13.75

Todays Fish or Seafood cooked in Chefs style MP

Baked Supreme of Chicken with Parma Ham, tomato and Brie, lemon cream 13.25

Leek, onion, mushroom and Blue Cheese Tartlette, salad leaves 11.25

Sirloin of wild Balquhidder Venison, roasted shallot, celeriac puree, juniper scented jus 16.95

Pan fried Buccleuch Estate Rib Eye of Beef, green peppercorn and brandy sauce, homemade chips 16.50

Honey roasted breast of Gressingham Duck, savoury cous cous, cassis and pan juices 13.95

Desserts


White Chocolate, Baileys and Orange baked Brioche Pudding with chocolate ice 5.25

Homemade Meringue, Kiwi and Strawberry glaze, Drambuie ice cream 5.25

Selection of Scottish and Continental Cheese, chutney and biscuits
6.25
Vanilla and Strawberry Cheesecake 4.75

Cherry Tiramisu 4.95

Sticky Toffee Pudding, vanilla ice and butterscotch sauce 4.95

Glayva and Orange Torte 4.75


Coffee and Highland Truffles 2.50

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