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Enchanted Forest 2023: Food and drink menus and prices as the light show returns to Pitlochry

The annual light and sound show returns to Perthshire next month, and there's some new additions to the food and drink available.

Published: September 5, 2023

The Enchanted Forest returns to Perthshire this autumn, with a range of food and drinks available at the event.

It's autumn, which means the return of Scotland's sound and light shows. By far the best known is the Enchanted Forest, which takes place in Faskally Woods just outside of Pitlochry every October and November.

This year, visitors can look forward to an immersive forest walk the theme of which is 'from the deep'.

While enjoying the lights and sounds, there's also places to pick up a hot drink or bite to eat, including more veggie and vegan options this year.

Enchanted forest food and drink
Picture: 2022 Enchanted Forest

What food and drink is available at the Enchanted Forest?

New for 2023 is fish and chips, which ties into the theme for the show. A fish supper is £12, served with mushy peas, while a battered pork sausage supper is £10.

There's also a crispy battered chicken fillet burger for £8 and a vegan option of salt and chilli broccoli served with chips for £10

Kids' meals include chicken nuggets and chips or battered sausage and chips, both with a kids drink for £7.

Cold drinks and still or sparkling water is £2.50 and there's side orders of onion rings, £4, chips, £4.50 and mozzarella sticks (vegan option available) for £2.50.

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If you don't fancy a chippy there will be burgers, chips and pizza also available.

A 6oz butcher's burger served with lettuce, cheese and onion on a brioche bun is £8.50 while a smoked Frank's pork sausage on a fresh baguette with grilled onions is £8.

There's also a crispy chicken fillet burger for £8 and a vegan/veggie burger for £8.

Pizzas include margarita, £12 and Americano (pepperoni).

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For those looking for a sweet treat there will be churros, a marshmallow shack (with marshmallow skewers for toasting, £4) and doughnuts, from £5.

Hot drinks include tea (£2.50), coffee (£3.50) and hot chocolate (from £3.50) while at the bar there's white wine (£7), beer and cider (£6), rose wine (£7), mulled wine (£6), red wine (£7) and prosecco (£9).

For more information on the Enchanted Forest, tickets and the food available, visit the Enchanted Forest website.

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Known for cake making, experimental jam recipes, Champagne, whisky and gin drinking (and the inability to cook Gnocchi), Rosalind is the Food and Drink Editor and whisky writer for The Scotsman, as well as hosting Scran, The Scotsman's food and drink podcast.

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