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The RR Project (Athi)

5 months ago

Stopped there for foods after visiting the highland cow/shop. (There’s no cows until march) 🫠 Food was okay but main star for us was the soup of the day which are cream of tomato soup. Soup felt like it was home made and not too overly sour, soup it self was smooth but still have alittle bits of onion in it . 10/10 for me. Fish and chip (haddock) was also great too really large and fresh and couldn’t fault it. I just wish there’s more Tatar sauce. Haggis ball was also good, recommend to try too if you are not a fan of haggis like me…it’s very delicious. If you enjoy this review please give me a thumbs up and a follow for more food adventures. This Would help me out a lot and greatly appreciated. 👍🛵

zimbala X

6 months ago

Dined at The Lade Inn, nestled at the entrance to Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, and it's like stepping into a cozy Scottish haven. Surrounded by the countryside, the inn is surprisingly spacious inside, giving you room to breathe and soak in the atmosphere. One unique charm is their own brewed beer, which adds an extra touch to your dining experience. The service was quick, friendly, and remarkably helpful, making you feel like you're among old friends. Walking in, you're greeted by a festive explosion of Christmas decorations, setting the perfect Scottish holiday mood. To complete the ambience, there's proper Scottish folk music serenading from the speakers. Now, for the food, I opted for the steak pie. The pie itself was a treat; you could taste the ale infused into the sauce, and the portion size was hefty. The meat was tender as a Highland embrace. However, the vegetables and fries left me wanting for more flavor. Price-wise, it was just a tad above the pub average, but the overall experience made it worth every penny. If you find yourself at Loch Lomond's doorstep, The Lade Inn is a warm, welcoming stop for a taste of Scotland. 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿

Michael Somerville

7 months ago

Went in after a munro trip, taken straight to the table by very friendly staff, drinks on thr table in under 2 minutes of arriving, the waitress had a nice conversation with us asking how our day was. Food took about 20 minutes, absaloutly fine, I had fish, massive portions, struggled to finish the chips, freind had steak pie, again very large portion, fish was massive, main meal and 2 pints of Stella was £27, I think that's a fair price compared to some of the places I have eaten close to the lade Inn. We went in with hiking gear on, trousers coverd in dirt, the staff didn't care, some of the other dinners on the other hand gave us funny looks. Side note, to the people reviewing the lade in 1 star, if you are ignorant you will find ignorant, if you want 5 star + food, goto somewhere that's Michelin star, food is fantastic for the money.

Morten Greve

11 months ago

This is a traditional and relatively simple kitchen situated beautifully. We (4) were received gently though arriving late around 9.00 PM for dinner even though alraedy guest empty. Thank you. The vegan/vegetarian options were not really represented. I opted for the Steak and Ale pie which was a mature dish which was the best on the menu (picture). The others had to leave their pasta unfinished..

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