By | Aug 1, 2010

Perth restaurant 63 Tay Street has joined an elite group of restaurants in Scotland after being awarded the Gold standard by EatScotland, the food and drink arm of national tourism body VisitScotland. In his review the EatScotland assessor said: “If you delight in unusual ingredients, innovative cooking, robust and authentic flavours and the sheer pleasure of sitting down to enjoy superb craftsmanship, this is the place for you.”

The award comes days after Chef/Patron Graeme Pallister was named Scotland’s Executive Chef of 2010 for his work at the city’s sister hotel, Parklands. This makes 63 Tay Street the only restaurant in Perthshire to hold the rating apart from double Michelin-starred Andrew Fairlie’s at Gleneagles Hotel, and one of only 13 in the whole of Scotland.

Graeme’s menu included chilled leek vichyssoise with roast lamb’s sweetbreads and white asparagus, carrot and aniseed soup, braised Inverurie beef blade with parsley sauce and crisp snails. To finish – iced coffee parfait with stewed rhubarb, iced yoghurt, gingerbread and almond praline.


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