The name of this long-popular restaurant means "wandering" in Scots, appropriate as the chef here has a wandering palate. The menu roams across the globe for inspiration, meaning dishes with locally-sourced ingredients but  international flair. So one night, you might end up with cheese and herb fritters with sweet chili sauce and Arbroath smokie stuffed with rice and on another an Aberdeen Angus steak with chimmichuri sauce. The main dining room serves the full menu and is elegant enough for a special occassion. If you want to save a few quid, but still have a spectacular meal, head to the pub area. The menu there is a bit more limited but still terrific.