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Our Food & Drink

If your expecting fine dining & silver service then I’m afraid we aren’t the place for you, nor do we do fast food. We don’t pretend to be something we are not, we just want to give you tasty freshly prepared comfort food at decent value for money prices as fast as we can.

Kids Eat for Free Promotion. Buy any adult meal from the main menu and the little one can eat a main course from our Kids Menu Free at the same time. This offer is currently available everyday for pre-booked tables at least 6 hours in advance, it excludes kids Steaks & kids Chicken Fajitas. Cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer, bonus cards, or promotions. Min spend £9.95 for an adult main meal from the main menu & a drink must be purchased to get one free kids dish. Only valid for kids under 10.

Remember you must book a table

At the Beech we aim to give you good quality home cooked comfort food at value for money prices. We do what it says on the menu, we don’t try to do anything fancy because we have so many different markets. We have a large menu which we hope will suit everyone from Granny to the grand children, walkers, courting couples, day trippers, families, etc.

We have a wide range of Gluten Free menu items which are all marked with a “G”. Other dishes can also be adapted to suit.
We are listed on the Coeliac Uk Venue Guide  & Go-Gluten-Free-Wheat-free & Glutafin.co.uk

We try to source our food from local suppliers wherever possible for example, Christies of Duntiglennan, Hardgate, using local Scottish Beef make our burgers to our recipe, all of the meat we use is Scottish, when in season we use Perthshire Strawberries, etc.

We are very honest on our menu & have marked the items that we prepare to order with the “H” symbol.

Our current main Menu – Nov 2018

Our current Kids Menu – Nov 2018

The Little Couple from the American TLC channel try Haggis for the first time at the Beech Tree. 

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A review of the Beech Tree 
by Tam Cowan scoff-the-ball

The latest review of the Beech Tree – 25th March 2018

 

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