Food and drink at the Kings Arms

Since re-opening, The Kings Arms has quickly established itself as one of the best places in the area to find fresh, quality food in a relaxed and unpretentious setting. Ingredients are locally sourced wherever practical, and everything is prepared and cooked on the premises.

View the lunch & dinner menu

View the breakfast menu


Guests can dine in our beautiful oak panelled restaurant, or for a more informal dining experience, opt for the cosy barWe cater for a very wide range of tastes and budgets at the Kings Arms, from quick and simple snacks to delicious classics.

Restaurant Temple Sowerby

To top it all off, our daily changing specials board provides constant variety, and there is always a tempting selection of delicious homemade sweets and hot puddings available, or for the more savoury palate a good range of local cheeses.


We always have a good selection of vegetarian dishes, and can cater for a wide range of other dietary requirements – if you have any, please feel free to phone in advance and we’ll do best to make sure we’ve got something on the menu which agrees with you.


Fat Lamb Food 

Special offers and events


 Mid Week Winter Break

Winter Break Special Offer

Guest comments

A selection of recent comments from our valued customers

Thursday 7th July 2016

My wife and I were just passing The Kings Arms tonight and decided to stop for food. We had the mushroom and haggis starter, I had the New York burger and my wife had the stir fried chicken. The food was excellent, as was the beer and the service; we will certainly return. The only negative was the size of the portions - we couldn't eat it all! Brilliant!

Tony C.

Sunday 26th June 2016

Enjoyed a two night stay here in a comfortable double room with en suite bathroom. The owners and staff were friendly and welcoming, we came with bikes to explore the area and were able to lock them up in a secure outhouse overnight. Our breakfasts and meals in the bar and restaurant in the evening were very good indeed!

Kevin C.

Thursday 9th June 2016

We used this little pub as a stop over en route from The Midlands to Loch Lomand, and it was a great little find. 
We had our dog with us and this really wasn't a problem. We were allowed to take him in the bar, where we had a lovely evening meal, and a table was set up for us in the bar area for breakfast (dogs are not allowed in the restaurant/breakfast room, nor are they allowed in rooms unattended)
We were in room 7, which faces the road at the front of the property. It is such a quiet little village that there was hardly any traffic to disturb us, nor was there any noise from the downstairs bar. The village itself is very pretty. The room was very traditionally decorated, clean and comfortable. 
A hearty breakfast and friendly hosts make this the perfect place to visit.

Family J.

Wednesday 25th May 2016

We stayed one night here in room 8. Our room was spacious and quiet. Our hostess was very attentive to our needs. We ate dinner in the bar and enjoyed a good quality pub meal in a cosy and friendly environment and a hearty English breakfast the next morning.

Tom W.

Tuesday 24th May 2016

Just arrived home from a 2 night stay with our dog at this fabulous establishment, management and staff were top notch, food and drink were superb, and the rooms were clean and comfortable. We could not have asked for any more and would recommend to anyone.
Thanks for a lovely stay

Michael E.