The unique gastronomic experience of Glenturret Lalique Restaurant

The Glenturret, Scotland’s oldest surviving distillery, unveils its restaurant in collaboration with Lalique crystal.

 

The Glenturret distillery, which has been active in the whisky market for 250 years, is unveiling its new restaurant in collaboration with Lalique, orchestrated by Scottish chef Mark Donald. Donald previously worked at the Michelin-starred restaurant at the Balmoral Hotel in Edinburgh.

 

Located in the heart of the distillery and at the foot of the Crieff Hills, the restaurant offers gourmet cuisine and an upscale experience.

 

The restaurant was designed by Green & Mingarelli, the interior design duo behind Lalique’s other two addresses: Villa René Lalique and Château Lafaurie-Peyraguey. The 30-seat establishment promises contemporary and seasonal cuisine, where the chef honors local Scottish produce. A journey to the heart of Scotland and its history.

 

The restaurant’s interior features two spectacular Champs-Élysées chandeliers, Lalique crystal barley patterns on the polished oak doors and guests are served in Lalique glasses and decanters.

 

© Lalique

 

Visitors can enjoy afternoon tea in the lounge and lunch at the Lalique bar and enjoy the brand’s boutique.

 

For whisky lovers, The Bar, a 20-foot-long bar housing the finest Scottish whiskies from The Glenturret archives and other exceptional spirits, offers nearly 250 different whiskies. Among them, rare whiskies such as The Glenturret 1977 (35 years old) or Port Ellen 1979 (18 years old).

 

 

Visit this elegant and relaxing place by booking here.

 

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Featured photo : © Lalique

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