SquareMeal Review of
Meall Reamhar at The Four Seasons Hotel
Making the most of the spectacular view of Loch Earn, once guests arrive at The Four Seasons Hotel, the restaurant gives them every reason to stay. Using Scottish produce, the menu has an attractively local, modern feel to it and caters for all appetites: Options besides the carte include the set Rosette menu, as well as a separate children selection for children. Start via the likes of semi-cured pigeon breast with bang-on-trend seared baby gem and a pomegranate glaze, or perhaps Shetland scallops served with honey-glazed pork belly, apple and crackling. Mains include hung, local beef fillet, teamed with braised beef cheek and foie gras for that extra wow factor, as well as venison or locally caught turbot with sauce vierge. Those who think that all sounds a bit too rich should try walking up the hill which the restaurant is named after – that’s sure to give diners the necessary appetite.