Destination dining, meeting friends for coffee, tea & cake or a drive into the stunning countryside for lunch, Macmillans offers a quality restaurant experience at a very reasonable price. Relaxed and friendly, Macmillans keeps the vibe informal and chilled, with friendly staff and a warm welcome.
Close to the villages of Aberfoyle, Gartmore, Killearn, Buchlyvie & Balfron, and a short drive from Glasgow or Stirling, Macmillans has a enviable conservatory setting with stunning views to the the Trossachs.
A perfect spot for meeting friends or family, Macmillans is also an ideal venue for networking groups to meet during the week.
With a great many plans and ideas for the restaurant and large parking area, keep Macmillans in mind if you are planning an event or wedding that needs space, creative ideas and bespoke catering. Watch this space for more.
All ingredients are sourced, as far as possible, locally and everything on the menu is cooked from scratch by Chef-owner David. His passion for producing quality dishes, at a reasonable price point, is signature for Macmillans and their success is evident from the 5* reviews and returning customers.
If you are planning to arrive with a few people, booking is advised to avoid disappointment, and please allow time for us to make your lovely fresh lunch from scratch.
We can accommodate most dietary requirements providing we are given advance warning #coeliac #glutenfree #dairyfree #paleo
We keep our lunch menu simple and fresh, with a few perenial favourites.
Coffee & Cakes
Did we mention cake? We do cake. All of it freshly made (nothing ‘bought in’ here). We have the usual favourites, plus some more unusual (and popular ones) such as Caramac Fancies.
Bistro nights are our ‘gourmet’ experience at Macmillans, and usually occur on a Thursday evening. BYOB, and enjoy a fantastic culinary experience as David gets to really show off his skills in the kitchen. The two or three course set menu has great choices, and is a perfect excuse to book a table with friends and have a lovely night away from the kids.
There is a small corkage charge, and a great atmosphere in the bistro. The conservatory is festooned with fairy lights, and with a relaxed vibe, it’s well suited to a romantic night for two, or to cater to a more buzzy table of old friends.
Booking is essential, and tables go very quickly. Keep an eye on the Facebook page for the next Bistro Night.