Long a 5pm favourite – it’s rated an impressive 4.4/5 – their Champagne lunches have proved hugely popular with 5pmers.
The new Sunday lunch menu has been carefully crafted by head chef Barry Duff and his executive team. It will be available at One Devonshire Gardens from Sunday.
Served over four courses, the new menu brings to life Barry’s passion for Scottish cuisine created using fresh, seasonal, locally sourced and, wherever possible, organic produce.
Scottish produce at One Devonshire Gardens
Starter options feature dishes such Dunkeld smoked salmon, duck liver parfait and a pumpkin and parmesan velouté.
There are five main courses. Options include the roast rib of Cairnhill Farm beef; a navarin of Newtonmore venison; butter-roasted cod and globe artichoke served with spring vegetables, carrot purée and poached egg.
Those with a sweet tooth can enjoy hot chocolate fondant and vanilla ice cream; apricot cheesecake with raspberry sorbet; banana panna cotta, toffee sauce and honey ice cream or sticky toffee pudding served with clotted cream.
There will also be a selection of cheeses available from renowned local cheesemonger, George Mewes.
Those looking to complement their meal with a bottle can chose from One Devonshire Gardens’ extensive wine selection from the hotel’s cellar.
Sommeliers will be on hand to help diners find the perfect wine pairing to their meal.
Commenting on the new menu, Alan Brady, food and beverage manager, said: ‘We’re excited to launch our new Sunday lunch menu and are looking forward to sharing it with diners and guests from later this month. The menu offers a true taste of Scotland using the best ingredients from our nation’s larder. We hope guests enjoy the dishes over Sunday lunch with friends and family.’
The new menu will be available from Sunday 23rd April and is priced from £29pp.
Book One Devonshire Gardens with 5pm Dining
If you can’t wait until Sunday, you can book in to the bistro at One Devonshire Gardens tonight via 5pm.
£21.95 will see you sitting down in the wood-panelled bistro looking forward to two courses from the prix fixe menu.
Or you could push the boat out and settle in for the seven course degustation menu.