If you want an introduction to the delights of Scotland’s larder, then a real feast of tastes and discover awaits you at The House of Bruar Food Hall.
Located just off the A9 about 10 miles north of Pitlochy, The House of Bruar is a magnet for anyone looking for the best in Scottish country clothing, Scottish crafts, jewellery, sporting and fishing equipment.
There is also an excellent restaurant, a cafe and a stunning stocked with a host of fine foods, many from Scotland’s top producers.
In addition to an on-site butchery and charcuterie section, you’ll find an impressive range of cheeses, delicatessen items, smoked fish, and a wonderful selection of treats, both sweet and savoury in the bakery and confectionery departments.
As the Home of Scotland’s Natural Larder, The House of Bruar has built upon years of experience to stock only the best of the best, placing emphasis on traditional, natural produce that is fresh, full of flavour and locally sourced from suppliers that they know and trust. We invite you to explore and discover new favourites. Explore and enjoy!
Butchery & Charcuterie Departments
Feast your eyes on an impressive selection of locally sourced, award winning meats, pies, sausages and burgers in the butchery department.
From tender cuts of prime Angus beef to seasonal Scottish wild game including venison, grouse and pheasant, As well as fresh meats, House of Bruar offers a wide range of cooked and cured meats, pies and award winning Scotch eggs.
The Cheese Counter
With over 150 different cheeses from Scotland, the UK and Europe, the cheese counter at The House if Bruar has probably the largest, tastiest cheese selection in the Scottish Highlands.
Firm Scottish cheddars from St Andrews and Mull of Kyntyre, regional favourites like Red Anster and Auld Reckie, Strathdon Blue, soft Clava and Howgate Brie – they are all here together with a wonderful selection of international classics.
Smoked Scottish Fish
House of Bruar’s collection of smoked fish is the largest in Scotland and includes their own brand of Smoked Salmon produced using traditional smoking techniques.
You will also find a diverse range of quality fish products including caviars, creamy terrines and award-winning pates from Royal Warrant Holders The Inverawe Smoke House.
Scottish Malt Whiskies and The Drinks Room
The range of wines and spirits to be found at House of Bruar is almost baffling. As well as an impressive range of Scottish craft gins and Scottish vodkas, the whisky enthusiast will have difficulty choosing from the diverse collection of classic and new innovative malts and blends from Scottish distilleries.
Scottish Classics at the Bakery
With House of Bruar’s emphasis on quality and provenance, The Bakery section offer an amazing selection of baked goods from local family run bakeries including Campbell’s Bakery in Crieff and the famous Scottish family bakery Walkers.
As well as well a wide selection of scones and Scottish oatcakes to compliment your cheese selection, the bakery section offers fruit cakes and tarts, gingerbread, Selkirk Bannock, whisky cake and specialist products like Edradour Piece Cake containing a generous measure of Edradour Single Malt made in Scotland’s smallest distillery just a few miles from The House of Bruar.
Sweets & Confectionery
For those with a sweet tooth, be sure not to miss House of Bruar’s Confectionery department with its mouth-watering selection of sweets, chocolates, toffees and fudges.
As well as House of Bruar’s exclusively own brand chocolates and famous fudge from Gardiners of Scotland, it will be hard to resist the handmade toffees, the French nougats and Haser Baba turkish delight.
As the Home of Scotland’s Natural Larder we have built upon years of experience to stock only the best of the best, placing emphasis on traditional, natural produce that is fresh, full of flavour and locally sourced from suppliers that we know and trust.
There is no doubt that you’ll find a stunning selection of the best in Scottish food and drink at House of Bruar’s Food Hall and Delicatessen.
Focused on locally-sourced goods from small, artisan producers as well as classic Scottish producers, House of Bruar’s comprehensive food range brings you a true ‘Taste of Scotland’. They also provide a wonderful range of hampers – perfect seasonal gifts for friends or family.
Customers rarely leave the store empty handed and if you’re unable to visit House of Briar, don’t panic … the House of Bruar website puts the best of store at your fingertips.
For more information online: www.houseofbruar.com/food-hall