"I've fallen in love many times...always with you." - Annonymous
Many would agree that a romantic meal is the best way to earn a loved one’s affections. Treating a special someone to a romantic Valentine’s Day dinner served in Murrayshall's Old Masters restaurant is a surefire way to impress.
When it comes to fine dining at Murrayshall House Hotel, they take the quality of their food and drink very seriously. With an award-winning chef in the kitchen, locally sourced and carefully chosen ingredients and a creative flair with food, Valentine's is certain to be a night to remember.
Murrayshall Valentine's menu is available on the 12th, 13th and 14th February 2016.
Cherry vine tomato consomme, goats cheese ravioli
Smoked Scottish salmon, lemon & dill gateau, crème fraiche caviar
Barwheys cheddar cheese soufflé, creamed leeks, foam
Spiced duck terrine, pickled apricots, soy dressing, sesame
Hand dived scallops, nicoise flavours
Scotch beef fillet & haggis Wellington, braised cheek, turnip fondant, Béarnaise sauce
Free range chicken breast, chorizo & pinenut stuffing, saffron & Parma ham risotto
Isle of Ghia halibut, crab & parsley crust, cauliflower cous cous, shellfish cream
Rack of Forfar lamb, rosemary dauphinoise, steamed baby vegetables, lamb jus
Confit aubergine crepes, fine ratatouille, parmesan gratin
Pistachio soufflé, chocolate sorbet
Passion fruit & coconut mille feuille, passion fruit cream
Raspberry panna cotta, honeycomb, baked figs
Tasting plate of chefs desserts
Selection of Scottish cheese, chutney, oatcakes
3 course dinner and a glass of champagne for £40.00pp
Full contact details for The Old Masters at Murrayshall can be found on our food & drink directory>>