Exquisite cuisine, stunning location, intimate dining experience
1887 restaurant gets it’s name from the year the hotel was built, when it was a shooting lodge to the Earl of Lovelace. Following a redesign in February 2020, 1887 exudes contemporary elegance and is located in the hotel itself. The Scot’s pine panelled dining room and conservatory is the perfect place to enjoy exquisite food in an intimate location.
Chef Paul Green and his team offer innovative British cuisine which is prepared using fresh produce from The Torridon Farm, Kitchen Garden and surrounding land and lochs. Our belief in field to fork is at the heart of everything that we do and working with the seasons means the menu is always changing and evolving.
Paul believes in keeping it simple and letting the flavour and provenance of the food do the talking. It is his appreciation of those ingredients and the larder that Scotland has to offer, that really showcases the passion Paul has for cooking.
Head Chef Paul Green says:
“Throughout the spring and summer months, we use a lot of our own vegetables and local fish, creating a lighter menu. The autumn provides seasonal game in the larder and pickling, smoking and curing techniques to the produce, create a richer dining experience in the winter”
Please see some examples of our seasonal menus and tasting menus and the type of dishes that we offer. Our menu changes all the time with the seasons and productivity from our kitchen garden.