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Restaurant, Bar and Lounges
Lord of the Glens restaurant and lounge offer first-class comfort and dining in elegant surroundings.
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Fresh Scottish food every day

Meals on board Lord of the Glens are an invitation to dine among friends. The elegant Robert Louis Stevenson restaurant draws in the magnificent scenery through its all-round picture windows as guests enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner. Sparkling crystal and fine china complement the excellent cuisine which makes use of the bountiful local produce including fresh fish, meats and poultry.

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Restaurant

A sumptuous Scottish breakfast welcomes the day, and with plentiful options abound, can be as healthy or hearty as you choose. For early risers, tea and coffee are available. Lunch varies, depending on the day’s activities, and our dedicated crew is ever-present to attend to your every need. In the evening, dinner is a full service, banquet-style, three course meal with coffee and petit fours. On the final gala evening, no cruise would be complete without a traditional recital of Robert Burns’ Address to a Haggis!

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Just wanted to say thank you to you all for our trip last week on the ‘Lord of the Glens’. Our second time was as god as our first 9 years ago. We hope to return! Regards and thanks.

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An invitation to dine among friends
Northern Light ceiling detail effect in the Robert Louis Stevenson Restaurant on the Lord of the Glens cruise ship
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Dining with an ever-changing view

Most of the usual dietary requests can be arrange with prior notification. If special diets are required, please let us know or call us on 01756 704740.

Finally, dress on board is generally smart casual, with perhaps a jacket worn for dinner. We do enjoy a little extra effort for Welcome and Farewell receptions. Black Tie is not necessary.

A steak dish on the Lord of the Glens cruise ship
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Bar and Lounge

The David Livingstone and Sir Walter Scott Bar and Lounge are located on Thomas Telford Deck and afford magnificent views of the surrounding scenery. They lead to the forward and aft viewing areas. Rich mahogany adorns the tables and bar with sofas lending a plush and colourful contrast. Seating is traditional including original 1929 ‘Riviera’ armchairs from the legendary ‘Cote d’Azur’ Express. Light fittings are from the Nord Norge. There is a small dance and entertainment area where local artistes occasionally give performances or talks.

The Sir Walter Scott Lounge on the Thomas Telford deck on Lord of the Glens cruise ship

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A place to relax

Enjoy to the full

Early risers may make use of the complimentary self-service hot beverages station. This is also available for your enjoyment throughout the day. All public rooms make excellent locations to meet and mingle or perhaps sit with a good book and a wee dram.