Garlogie Inn: Garlogie
WHEN it comes to food, for me big is always beautiful. And the hearty portions served up at the Garlogie Inn were just what I needed after a hard day watching the football.
My garlic bread crostini (£3.95) seemed quite dainty when written in italics on the menu.
But what appeared on my plate were six huge slabs of crisp garlic bread with a mixture of cheddar and mozzarella cheese bubbling on top.
My girlfriend’s chicken broth (£3.50) drew praise for being full of veg.
Any prospect of me needing feeding for the next couple of days went out the window when the main courses arrived.
My battered haddock (£9.75) was as big as they come, but while the fish tasted nice and fresh, the batter was a little on the soft side for my taste.
My other half opted for Garlogie’s Famous Parmo (£10.95), a bread-crumbed pork fillet topped with bechamel sauce, cheddar, parmesan and mozzarella.
Although shocked by the amount of cheese (she hadn’t read the menu correctly), she said the pork was perfectly tender, although the size defeated her. Not a problem that I encountered.