Little’s Restaurant has been open since early 2011 and has already established itself with a regular loyal clientele
Willie Little is well known in the area and has a wealth of experience in the catering industry with Little’s being the latest in a line of popular eateries he has owned and run in Angus and Perthshire over the years.
Willie is passionate about fish so it’s no surprise that all things fishy feature highly on his menus. Such is his passion that for several years, in another life, he sourced the best fish and shellfish for some of the top hotels and restaurants in Scotland.
Through his fishmongers, Fish in Crieff, Willie has access to the freshest fish that Scottish waters has to offer coming daily from Scrabster Market in the North of Scotland – from market to plate within 12 hours.
What We Offer
At Little’s we are committed to catering for every taste using local produce wherever possible and, for the customer who would rather not eat fish, meat and game are, of course, included on our menus. There is always a choice for the vegetarian and we can turn out a pretty good pizza too. We have daily changing specials on our chalkboard, delicious homemade bread, yummy puddings, homemade fudge with your coffee so there really is something for everyone.
To complement your meal we have an extensive wine list carrying some Decanter Award and Natural wines.
We took the grandchildren for some food and they where disappointed as was me and my wife. First the bad points, poor menu, (small portions) and I... read more mean small. The smallest portion of chips I have ever seen. My granddaughter got chicken gougons and chips,...More
Had dinner in Little's on a family holiday. Three generations to please. The church is simply decorated and has plenty of atmosphere without being noisy. There was music playing in... read more the background when we arrived but when they place started to fill up this was either switched off or I just stopped noticing. The list of specials on the blackboard was nearly as long as the menu. Lots of fish dishes, of course, but also steaks, pizzas and veggie options. They were also happy to adapt dishes for non-meat eaters. My main was Halibut which was plump, firm and fresh and delicious. My wife's scallops were enormous and, she says, perfect. We barely had space for pudding but I managed to squeeze in a sticky toffe pudding, which was very nice. Service was prompt, helpful and friendly and we left feeling well-fed and well looked-after. We will certainly be back when we are next in the area.
George Y 8/05/2019
This is our second visit to Little's. Quality of food is excellent, service very good. Wine a little pricey for what it is. The restaurant is in a converted church... read more providing an interesting venue with a great atmosphere. Definitely worth a visit.
We had an excellent meal here. Food and service was all outstanding. We all enjoyed the selection of seafood dishes they had on offer. Food was all fresh and tasty.... read more Would return if ever in the aea again.
We were warmly greeted on arrival & shown to our table. This is a tastefully designed space with sympathetic lighting & decor. We chose fish dishes for our mains and... read more did not regret it. Subtle flavours & ample portions. Nice touch when Willie came through...More
Went here with friends Stewart and Christine who live in Blairgowrie. The food was exceptional but the friendly service made the evening. Well done to the entire team.
Tuesday evening (25/9/18) visiting my parents and booked here for dinner. Busy for a Tuesday evening and the food was excellent. The 3 of us shared a fried calamari starter... read more which was beautifully tender with no hint of chewiness. My hake with parmesan risotto was...More
This converted church complete with original roof beams and stained glass windows was a lovely spot for lunch. A table of 5, two chose the 3 course Sunday... read more lunch which they thoroughly enjoyed, 3 or us ordered a la carte. My grilled cod on snoked...More
We discovered that Willie Little is a master of his craft quite by chance. On a recent tour of Scotland we stayed overnight in Blairgowrie and noticed the quirky venue... read more for Little’s, a former pink sandstone, 19th Century Methodist Church, basking in the late afternoon...More
It was a quiet night when we visited, so the interior of the converted church was rather empty. However the staff were friendly and the food good, we enjoyed both... read more our starters and main course, but were regretably too full to attempt dessert, although the...More
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