Steak lovers can get their teeth into an exciting new menu.
As part of a £5 million investment, the Macdonald Inchyra hotel and spa has launched its new restaurant, The Scottish Steak Club, which has created 10 jobs and a high-end dining destination.
Head chef Dawid Kaleta has worked alongside Andrew Fairley at Gleneagles and Stuart Jarvie at Crieff Hydro.
The Scottish Steak Club has capacity for 121 covers and is open seven days a week,
Diners can enjoy vibrant decor which includes cowhide wallpaper and beautiful feature walls after the hotel’s existing restaurant was given a complete overhaul.
And whether eating from the a la carte or lounge menu, guests can expect the finest selection of meats and wines, all sourced from local producers including Scot Beef, John Ross Jnr and Graham’s Family Dairy.
The Scottish Steak Club has also invested in first-class materials including a Josper Grill which cost £12,000.
Highlights on the a la carte menu include the ‘mini roasts for two’ which gives diners the option to tuck into a Chateaubriand with traditional garnish, Bearnaise sauce and Scottish Steak Club secret sauce (£45), rack of Highland lamb (£34), and roasted wild halibut (£39).
Restaurant manager Richard McCandless said: “The team has put a lot of hard work and effort into the launch of the Scottish Steak Club and it is great to be officially open for bookings, Our aim was to take the warmth and friendliness of family steakhouses, but give it a modern and cosmopolitan feel.
“Our menus are made up with the finest local produce and prepared by highly-talented chefs using specialist equipment, including our Josper Grill, to give a unique flavour to our meats.”
To book your table, visit www.scottishsteakclub.co.uk or call (01324) 710650.
Don’t miss next week’s Falkirk Herald for a chance to sample the mouth-watering menu.