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Michelin Recommended Cuisine

The team at Dalmunzie Castle feel particularly proud of the food & beverages they provide. Having been recommended in the Michelin Guide on eight separate occasions, Dalmunzie offers a consistently high-quality product. Whether it’s a hearty breakfast in preparation for a big day, a relaxing lunch between golf rounds, or celebrating a special occasion, we are confident the resident team can provide guests with a dining experience to remember.

Food

The head chef Noel Breaks, who holds one rosette, and the chef brigade have an excellent reputation for outstanding meals and work strongly as a team. Dinner is an important old-fashioned occasion at Dalmunzie and the team provide a dining experience deliberately meant to take several hours to fully appreciate in this fast-paced world we live in.

With the candles low, unobtrusive service on hand and wonderful food and wine to enjoy, we hope you’ll experience an event meant to be special. Dinner is enjoyed in the expansive dining room with beautiful views over the front lawn in the spring and summer months. Alternatively, private dining may be arranged in the James Graham Library.

Wine

The wine list at Dalmunzie Castle is constantly under review and offers the discerning guest old favourites and new surprises from premier wine producing regions. The Dalmunzie staff team offer a ‘personal’ approach to wine selection and have compiled tasting notes on the various wines to assist guests to experience wines of the world.

Unlike the majority of wine lists, the descriptions are insightful, pertinent and designed to help guests match the right wine with their dinner choice. This attention has resulted in Dalmunzie achieving “Notable Wine List” status AA Wine Award. For the whisky enthusiasts, the castle also has a large selection of geographically diverse single malts to choose from.

"Beautiful location, the food was absolutely exquisite (top marks to the Chef!), and the service was attentive, friendly, and discreet. Our room spotlessly clean, cosy and welcoming."

Raymond Miller, Angus, Scotland