Customer Reviews

      Couple of 4 going for dinner. Service was ok - however I think they could up their game. Food alright nothing to shout about, and the wine prices ridiculously high. Would we go back? Unlikely.

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      Focus largely on seafood although there are pizzas and meat dishes too. Set in a converted church it’s popular with locals and visitors. Friendly staff and service. Food was excellent, we all enjoyed our dishes which included fish&chips, seafood linguini, sole fillets and tuna. All good.

    thumb GuidoScotland

      Food was excellent, the staff were very courteous and the menu was varied,
    however if you are looking for service with a timeframe then this is not the place to visit, the speed of service lets the experience down which is a shame.

    thumb SamMansfield1

      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 providing an interesting venue with a great atmosphere. Definitely worth a visit.

    thumb likestheverybest

      We dined at Littles last night, the restaurant was full. The surroundings are magnificent, the quality of the food is excellent, the staff are friendly but not plentiful. We felt sorry for the young girls running from table to table, trying their best to keep up with orders. We don’t mind waiting a little when a restaurant is busy but to wait for over 45 minutes for a dessert menu is unacceptable in a restaurant of this stature.

    thumb Jumob

      I had heard about this hidden gem, but never had the excuse to visit. Given the chance we arrived on a sunday unannounced, but were very welcome and well attended.. Thje spacious conversion has very good facilities and clever décor, preserving the important stained glass. This chef is renowned for his fish dishes but caters very nicely for other requests. We were overwhelmed with delicious dishes, some finishing with creative embellishments from the pastry chef. All at a very sensible price.

    thumb duncs21

      Premises are old church tastefully decorated and spotless inside. A bit on the cold side for us, July in Scotland can still be cold, high ceilings mean expensive to heat.

    Staff are friendly, smartly dressed, helpful and attentive.

    Food is exquisite, thoughtfully constructed, tasted just perfect, as you would expect from a fish shop owner selection is first class, persuaded ourself to try something different and was not disappointed, fish was full of flavour and beautifully presented.

    Cannot comment on steaks, they are available but why go here if you are not a fish fan. We had sampler starter, delicious. Skate wings were excellent too.

    Decent wine list, something for all tastes at reasonable prices for the quality. this standard of food deserves a good bottle of wine!

    Easy parking, but we lunched on a Thursday probably very busy in evenings and weekend.

    thumb romeo4

      Nice food served in this establishment
    Lacked atmosphere as premises were very quiet on our visit of 8 persons
    Due to all dishes being individually prepared, menu is quite restricted in variety
    Quality of food was good however quantity would leave a hungry diner looking for more
    Tuna was very undercooked as seems to be the fashion of modern chefs
    4 scallops in a main course would be more appropriate quantity wise as a starter
    Overall quite enjoyable but wine expensive and what is on the menu results in an expensive bill.
    Think there are better restaurants offering far better value for money in the vicinity

    thumb Bowser56

      I booked dinner at Littles restaurant as a surprise for my wife's B/Day, Whilst on holiday in Scotland Food delicious service very good. This being a fish restaurant the fish was superb with some unusual fish dishes I had Megrim grilled with Almonds my wife had Sea Bass, both were great. We both had sticky Toffee pudding Very very good

    thumb Leslie T

      We were so attracted to the lovely place of worship turned into a beautifully run restaurant that we went twice on the same day. Lunch and dinner. There was nothing one could fault, the food was fresh, well cooked with fine ingredients. Top notch friendly staff.

    thumb Terracottared

      While the exterior invites you into something special, the interior was extremely plain and rather blase.

    We heard worldwide travelers come to Blairgowrie to dine at this restaurant but after experiencing it, we don't understand why. Service was so-so perhaps because one server also seemed to be the cashier and hostess, and the other was not attentive or pleasant at all. While nicely presented, the actual food was nothing special. My wife had scallops, correction "scallop" and monkfish. I ended up with a decent pizza in a fish house? That should say enough.

    If we stayed more than one night in this town we certainly would have dined elsewhere on night #2. Not worth the money for the food or dining ambience. Best part was conversing with other customers.

    thumb sloopmaster

      What a wonderful conversion of this church building into a really attractive restaurant. The food was wonderfully prepared by a chef who clearly loves fish

    thumb Stephen A B

      Great choice of dishes, the food was great and the service impeccable. Highly recommend going there if you're in the area.

    thumb Stellafortravel

      Excellent fixed-menu 2 couse dinner with 125m glass of wine with home-made bread, served in a beautiful former Methodist church with memorial window, not to be confused with a stained-glass church window.
    Four, not five, stars because it was a long wait before I was served even a jug of water, despite watching 3 other tables - couples or more- being promptly served.

    thumb Greenocklofty

      Ate with a group of 10 and 9 had fish dishes where the fish was outstandingly fresh and well prepared. The vegetarian member of the party had a cheese soufflé which lacked a bit of flavour and a pizza. Perhaps not the most creative of...More


      We are a group of friends in Blairgowrie for a week's walking. Our first evening out together was at Little's and we were certainly not disappointed. I have enjoyed Fish Restaurants in many parts of the world and this was as good if not better...More


      We dined here based on other recommendations but found the food just so-so. Very slow service, seemed short on staff, our empty dishes sat for way too long before being cleared or offered dessert and then the cheque brusquely slapped down on the table without...More


      Great hospitality, welcoming, We had a beautiful fish dinner, in this unique atmosphere as the restaurant is set in an old Church. Fabulous

    Pete B

      Back for my annual visit to Blair. A meal at Little's is always an essential part. I have been coming since the early days in the old "wee" restaurant but I think this year's was the best yet. The Halibut off the special board melted...More


      Family meal out here my son and daughter in law were most impressed with the food and the service.decor is amazing

    thumb David G

      We visited last night 03 Jun 2019 and were met with so many choices of fish dishes. We made our choices after some assistance from the staff who provided us with all the information to make our choices. The starters came out and were superb,...More

    thumb ScottyScotland

      Staying overnight in Blairgowrie on a Saturday night, this place was recommended to us by our B&B hosts as a really good fish restaurant, and they were true to their word.. It was busy, good atmosphere (in a converted church), we were given a table...More

    thumb moorandmountain

      Visited this restaurant for the first time and we were not disappointed. The setting of the restaurant is beautiful, there was a great choice on the menu and the food we had was delicious. Great service and very friendly staff. Will definitely be back when...More

    thumb denise6

      My third time at Littles and third mediocre dinner. The red snapper and thin fries were tasteless and that is the first time I've had a cheesecake served in a martini glass, the consistency of which was like half whipped Angel Delight. Awful. A fantastic...More

    thumb VonDoom2014

      what a lovely restaurant, an old church converted and with expert cuisine a number 1 for any visitors but ensure yu pre-book

    thumb robertjA8653EO

      Great service. Lovely venue. However, the food was average and overpriced. Had battered octopus which was meagre. Came with chips which were mediocre and frugal. No salad just a couple of lettuce leaves. Paid far too much money for this average meal. I had heard...More

    thumb Zanipoo

      2nd time here. Nice fish dishes, and I appreciate delicate presentation.... but.... fish portions have been trimmed just below what I think is fair. - on balance my “main” fish was “starter” portion. Tasty but too small, and this does impact the cooking of the...More

    thumb HenryO532

      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 for Little’s, a former pink sandstone, 19th Century Methodist Church, basking in the late afternoon...More

    thumb jonboylondon

      Great fish restaurant. I had a piece of haddock served accidentally with my battered halibut. No problem it was all delicious. Highly recommended.

    thumb Flyfisher0114

      An excellent redevelopment of a redundant Methodist church. Menu is fish led and a wide choice of options. All are served with a smile. We were happy with our meals. Wine is seriously overpriced though.

    thumb alunp

      We came across this restaurant as the one we had intended to visit had closed down. We were not disappointed, the atmosphere was welcoming, service excellent.and the food was a amazing! The restaurant and bar are set in a converted Methodist church with the most...More

    thumb joy200450

      Whilst staying at the Bridge of Cally, we called in here on a Sunday evening for dinner. We chose from the specials bored and everything we ordered was lovely. The converted church works really well as a restaurant space and felt warm and cosy rather...More

    thumb geordieboy034

      Really great. Quality of food matched by friendliness of the staff. I had been at The Boathouse over in Gigha the previous weekend and it matched that. Also the restaurant handled the meal following the funeral of a neighbour of mine the previous week and...More

    thumb O9758UQdavidw

      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.

    thumb GarryH169

      When asked if there was anywhere I'd like to go for Tea for my 50th , my immediate answer was Littles. This was our 5th Visit + yet again it was truly immense. The starter of Cullen Skink was Amazing + my Main of Monkfish...More

    thumb A9100IBscottr

      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 did not regret it. Subtle flavours & ample portions. Nice touch when Willie came through...More

    thumb Alsace_11

      This was our first visit to Little's after recently moving to the area, but it certainly won't be our last, This was easily the best restaurant that we've visited in Perthshire, so far - the menu choices and especially the specials were very imaginative and...More

    thumb Brian C

      Four of us went for Sunday lunch today. Very impressed by the high standard of finish to the building, and the spacious and tasteful layout. The service too was impeccable, and Willy Little, after cooking the starters and mains, made himself known to us and...More

    thumb forfarloon

      While staying at a lodge in Blairgowrie we were impressed by the look of Little’s restaurant from the outside (an old church) and vowed to give it a try before we leave, we were so glad we did as the meal we had last night...More

    thumb bydandboss20

      Just back after an amazing meal at littles . Not being a big fish eater I wasn’t looking forward to going but it was awesome. The fish was so fresh & the flavours were great. Who knew that bananas went with Lemon Sole 😁All the...More

    thumb Ju641

      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 mean small. The smallest portion of chips I have ever seen. My granddaughter got chicken gougons and chips,...More

    thumb 3396peterb123

      This was our first visit and we had an outstanding dinner. Littles is the place for some formidable fish with a range of choices available, beautifully cooked, served and presented with intelligence and imagination. The setting is intriguing (and no worries about cold churches) with...More

    thumb gobunti

      We have eaten here a couple of times and it’s always a fabulous experience. The menu is fantastic with such a great choice of fresh dishes with a specials board as well. The fish is beautifully fresh and cooked to perfection.... some of the best...More

    thumb KJM1972

      Tonight we were disappointed by our meals at Littles, with everything tasting just a little bland. The Tuna special starter was cooked all the way through and not cooked more on the rare side like one would expect but was topped with a beautifully cooked...More

    thumb MrsJones2016

      Ladies Who Lunch were joined by my wife and sister in Willie Little's latest incarnation of The Great Seafood & Fish House, Restaurant-Style, in Blairgowrie. Both of the ladies from Kirriemuir had the most Ingenious Smoked Haddock Tartlet avec un "Parfait" Poached Egg and "Beautiful"...More

    thumb 950anguse

      Loved it ! Delicious food, great staff and comfortable atmosphere. The best sticky toffee pudding and homemade fudge that we have ever had. Would love a baking lesson to learn how to make them.

    thumb ellencs

      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 lunch which they thoroughly enjoyed, 3 or us ordered a la carte. My grilled cod on snoked...More

    thumb tgrih365

      Hubby had wild boar and I had sea bass. Both dishes were excellent, cooked to perfection. Restaurant renovated to a high standard. Staff and owner were very attentive and welcoming.

    thumb Joycemuir

      The four of us decided to try a new eatery in the area. This was recommended to us and we were not disappointed. The venue was a converted church and it was amazing sitting there enjoying a sumptuous dinner. The menu was well thought out,...More

    thumb Peter H

      A great place to have a very good meal. The idea to use a an old church and refurbish is wonderfully innovative. The food was superbly cooked and presented. A must if you are near to Blairgowrie. Will be visiting again!

    thumb andy m

      Visited the bar and the the restaurant this evening, whilst visiting Blairgowrie. The staff were extremely friendly and very helpful. We both had starters and mains and cannot compliment the chef enough on the food we were served. Everything was cooked to perfection and the...More

    thumb 967karenp

      Visited with husband who was working in the area. He chose 2 courses both fish but as I'm not a fish liver chose soup and then beef. Having had a sip or 2 of wine I tried some if hubby's smoked haddock starter. What can...More

    thumb Diane R

      We thoroughly enjoyed our meal on Saturday night. Staff were attentive, polite and friendly. The food was well presented and delicious 😋. Highly recommend this restaurant.

    thumb 171annetter

      We had dinner on Saturday evening and it was delicious, good quality food cooked to perfection. I highly recommend the Sea Bass, it was tasty. My husband had the smoked fish risotto and it was good too. The restaurant is a converted church so it...More

    thumb Lorraine M

      Found this restaurant by chance as we walked into the centre of Blairgowrie. It is a converted church. First visit a couple of drinks in the bar second a meal. Great service, great food. Closed on Mondays, during summer might be advisable to book.

    thumb 774jeani

      stunning surroundings, excellent food, very attentive service.. what a beautiful restaurant, food was outstanding, lots on the menu to bring us back again, Lovely to meet the owner, and we were made to feel very welcome..

    thumb Tmcmillan

      Food was nice, very big emphasis on seafood/fish. Some dishes seemed a bit experimental (lemon sole with mango chutney and banana) but portions were large and lots to choose from. Building was very interesting too

    thumb Amelia W

      Six of us visited here on Sunday for lunch. The restaurant is lovely and the perfect setting for a relaxed get together with friends. Staff are always welcoming and friendly. Willie (the owner) always makes himself available and takes time with his customers (a nice...More

    thumb Mitch59

      Well what can I say. Mixed fellings. So pleased we went but won't go back in a hurry. The venue is stunning and worth a look. The staff are fantastic. They really made the evening. Thank you all. The food... As I say mixed feelings....More

    thumb May H

      What a wonderful place (pardon the pun), great attentive staff and excellent food. A must return to restaurant

    thumb JOHN G

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