Some menu changes
Edward has made a few changes to the menu as we head into October - out with the Bao bun and in with a Russian Salad; out with the Panisse and in with a Breaded Cauliflower with daikon remoulade; out with the Green Thai curry and in with a Red Jackfruit Thai curry; out with the Schnitzel and in with a Chicken Parmigiana; out with the Butter Chicken and in with Balgedie Mince n Tatties. Feels a bit like transfer day! See the new menu under the Menu tab.
Weekends are getting very busy for which we are grateful, but this means that we are finding that we are having to disappoint folk by turning them away, please do ensure that you plan ahead and book.
Call 01592 840212 to book. The phone is answered from 11.30am, but if you leave a message we will get back to you.
Many restaurants are now adding service charges to bills, we have made the decision not to do this. Tipping originated in the 18th century “To Insure Prompt Service”, as a way for customers to reward good service. Here at the Balgedie Toll if you want to give a tip we appreciate it, but don’t expect it. Tips are shared out equally between the front of house and kitchen staff depending on hours worked. Tips can be added onto card payments.
The Balgedie Toll Tavern is a country pub in rural Kinross-shire, serving great food and real ales. Run by Neil Cairney and family since September 2019 you can be assured of a warm welcome.
The Balgedie Toll Tavern is a welcoming and comfortable country tavern which, like many others built at the time in Scotland, was situated at a road toll where travellers would break their journey and pay tolls before travelling on (the Tolls were abolished in 1872). Now much extended, the oldest part of the building (the Toll house) is at the southern end.
It has two restaurant seating areas, one upstairs and one downstairs in the main bar plus a small snug bar. The interior is traditional with low ceilings, oak beams, stone walls and open fire places. On a sunny day the outside seating area provides a place to relax.
A good selection of real ales, malt whiskies, wines, and gins are available. Locally roasted coffee and great food are served 6 days, we are closed all day on a Wednesday.
From traditional recipes to Head Chef Edward's kitchen adventures, the menu reflects our passion for high-quality local seasonal food presented in a simple yet pleasing manner.
Open Thursday - Tuesday.
We are open from 12 noon for food and drinks.
Kitchen is open 12 noon - 2.45pm and 5pm - 8.00pm, with last table booking at 8.00pm.
Closed all day on Wednesday.