The Menu


Our cooking and menu design is based upon the principle of simple food executed perfectly.

At Laggan, we are dedicated to the use of local ingredients, combined with international influences and flavours, to create a contemporary dining experience.

Our menus change to reflect the seasons and we aim to use local producers as much as possible to reduce our carboon footprint.

From good old brekky rolls to ‘fresh aff the griddle’ pancakes or waffles, we’ve got brunch covered.

Breakfast menu is served 9am – 11.30am

Lunch/dinner menu is served from 12.00pm

View our menu

outdoor nibbles menu

Cake and coffee at the outdoor seating area at Gather

Join us at Gather and soak in the views from our outdoor seating area. This area can’t be booked and will operate on a first come first served basis.

Whilst Gather’s main meals will be available inside only, you can enjoy a side or wee plate from our outdoor nibbles menu. Please note food will not be served between 3.30pm and 5pm Friday – Sunday.

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