Anyhow, food was indeed quite good and the ambiance was convivial. We had a few first on that night; haggis, which turned out to be quite nice but it wasn't boiled and was properly seasoned and and accompanied with sauce. Scottish mussels, which was our first introduction to the amazing Scottish seafood; while they were good, there would be even better in Oban. Finally, Aberdeen beef which was also quite nice. One thing that The Dogs showed us is that the Scots like fresh, local produces and are cooking them with pride to the most satisfying effect.
|The eclectic interior corridor leading to the dining room/bar lounge|
|Mussels in garlic and parsley sauce £5.75|
|Chicken liver on toast with salad and apple compote £4.25|
|Braised rabbit with roast vegetables and chorizo £ 12.90|
|Chicken breast, sweet potato and black haggis cake and green beans £ 11.50|
|Skirt steak, chips, beef tomato and smoked garlic butter £ 11.75|
110 Hanover Street