Add some French Romance this Valentine's Day

Nestled away in Crieff, Perthshire is Scotland's oldest working whisky distillery that has one of the best fine dining experiences available in the country.





After a recent visit Taste Magazine Scotland has not hesitation in recommending Lalique Restaurant for one of the go-to places this Valentine's Day. They certainly set the bar high when it comes to memorable experiences - and this Valentine’s Day will be no exception. From the 8th-13th February, every visitor to their boutique will be welcomed with a glass of complimentary champagne to enjoy whilst shopping and gifted either a luxurious Lalique peony candle, body cream or shower gel upon purchasing an item.


We recommend booking a table at Lalique in advance which is located next to their crystal boutique and situated in the distillery’s adjoining restaurant and bar, to enjoy a delicious lunch, afternoon tea or evening meal.





Their crystal boutique features a range of sculptures, perfumes, jewellery, wines and homeware from signature and seasonal collections, Lalique has been the ultimate symbol of French luxury since it was founded in 1888.


The Glenturret Lalique restaurant offers a delectable menu created by Head Chef Mark Donald and Pastry Chef Kayleigh Turner, who won Pastry Chef of the Year at the Scottish Food & Drink Awards. Their modern Scottish take on the classic afternoon tea is served in the restaurant's elegant salon and dining room, which is illuminated by beautiful Lalique glassware. Alternatively, a dynamic lunch menu, featuring a selection of eclectic small dishes, can be enjoyed in The Lalique Bar.





With a menu that changes seasonally and vegetarian and vegan options available on request, the Lalique Afternoon Tea and lunch offering is an ideal experience to celebrate special occasions such as Valentine’s Day ... with the added benefit of a spot of whisky tasting too!


About The Glenturret Lalique Restaurant

The Glenturret Lalique Restaurant is located at The Glenturret, Scotland’s Oldest Working Distillery, in Crieff, Perthshire. Designed by Lalique and headed by talented Scottish chef Mark Donald, the restaurant offers a unique fine dining experience. The menu focuses on contemporary Scottish culinary innovation built on a foundation of classic French gastronomy, all delivered with a seamless service and warmth that The Glenturret are renowned for. The restaurant is open 5 days per week; for further information, please visit www.theglenturretrestaurant.com / @theglenturretlalique



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