Killiecrankie House launched earlier this week offering a 14-course tasting menu of dishes that ‘not only a taste of the country’s produce’ but ‘represents what Scots really love to eat’, drawing upon both contemporary and heritage dishes for inspiration.
Dishes from the £85 launch menu include kombu-cured mackerel, apple and horseradish; squid from the firth of Moray cooked in a stew of its own ink; venison, peat and brambles; dripping-fried porridge; and macaroni pie.
Tom, who trained at Leiths, will be overseeing the multi-course tasting menu in the 18-cover open restaurant kitchen, and at the adjacent chefs table which is at the heart of the house.
Matilda, who previously ran supper club Elia London, will host guests front of house with help from the chefs who’ve created the dishes.
Matilda’s drinks list is described as diverse, including beer, wine, sake and cocktails.
The menu is offered in a single seating at 7pm Wednesday to Saturday.