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“From the outside, the Kingarroch Inn is everything a country pub should be, from the pristine creamy walls to the fairy lights twinkling around a rose arch.
Following a serious fire in 2014, chef patron Kevin Joubert rebranded the inn as a gastropub, offering “a warm and relaxing atmosphere which reflects its rustic setting.” And this was certainly the impression we got as we arrived one chilly January evening, with our four-legged companion. We were greeted warmly and shown to our table and the waitress explained that if we were cold, the heater nearby could be turned up”. READ FULL REVIEW
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“I’d like to take you out to lunch,” an old friend said to me, out of the blue.
“And I’d like to go the Kingarroch Inn,” he added.
What’s not to like about the offer of a free lunch? Nothing, except that the Kingarroch has had a bit of a chequered history in recent years, opening briefly after a massive fire devastated the building, then closing again.
But now it’s in the hands of chef Kevin Joubert and his partner Ola, and while the surroundings don’t differ from days of old, the menu certainly does.
Billing itself now as a gastro pub is no mistake, for the fairly short, but well-formed menu, offers a bit of everything from gastronomic specialities to good old-fashioned pub grub with a soupçon of individuality.