Scotland is known for the provenance of its produce and its diverse natural larder, but there’s much more to the country’s food culture. About 100 miles from Edinburgh, Pamela Brunton, heads up the kitchen at Inver, where a respect for the land defines the plates served at the restaurant.

On the shores of the stunning Loch Fyne, Pam and her partner Rob conjure up kitchen delights inspired by the bracing waters of the loch, the rugged landscape and local horticulture. Inver is its own sustainable ecosystem, attracting guests to its charming shores and intricately laid tables. The people, landscape, ingredients, and guests are all part of Inver’s bigger vision to respect the land – and a reflection of Scotland’s relationship with food and the environment.

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Scotland. For the Head, Heart, and the Spirit.

Whether you want to live, work, study, visit, do business or create in Scotland – it’s a country that has it all. Scotland is kindness, respect, and generosity. Scotland is determination, creativity, and curiosity. We are castles, lochs, and mountains. We are students, explorers, innovators. We are a country committed to achieving net zero emissions of all greenhouse gases by 2045, by protecting our biodiversity and reversing nature loss.

We’ve come a long way and you could too.