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Food & Drink in Bridge of Allan

Bridge of Allan is a great place to come for a great meal. Whether you like cosy and romantic, pub grub or even a tasty take-away, we have it all.

To top off a lovely meal, you can make the most of an evening by enjoying a drink or two and perhaps some live music in one of our bars.

Plenty to Choose From Whether you’re here on business, with your loved one or with the kids, there’s something to suit every taste. You can have everything from a continental breakfast to a full blown fry-up at one of our cafes; a light salad or a burger at lunch-time; and for dinner... well, pretty much anything you like.

Award Winners You are in the midst of champions here, at The Allanwater Cafe, you can enjoy award-winning fish and chips, finished off nicely with a traditional ice cream made to an exacting family recipe... oh, and the ice cream is award-winning too.

Daily Specials Right in the heart of Henderson Street, the La Cucina staff start early in the morning to prepare the day’s fresh produce with the main emphasis being on daily seasonal specials.

Keeping it Local Since February 2014, The Old Bridge Inn has been under the stewardship of Christopher Peck and Simon and Laura Kerr. Building the new business with a menu focused on locally sourced produce, freshly prepared by Chris and his team in the kitchen. In the bar there is always a choice of ales, premium lagers, a large range of malt whiskies and a wine list, which has a selection from amongst others, Bridge of Allan’s own ‘Woodwinters’. Whether its for a three course meal or just a glass of wine or a pint, the team at The Old Bridge Inn pride themselves on providing an experience to remember.

Live Music

The Rising Sun, tucked down New St, is a newly refurbished cosy little pub with a great atmosphere that often has live bands playing. Just around the corner on Allanvale Road, the Crooked Arm boasts Bridge of Allan’s only jukebox.

Team La Cucina nineteen Inside The Rising Sun

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