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Haikuisine: Corrour Station House, Rannoch Moor

Corrour Station House restaurant has been heralded as Scotland's most remote eatery due to its location in the midst of a 57,000 acre Highland estate, with 17 miles laying between it and the nearest public road.

The restaurant is accessible by foot or train only, and serves traditional Scottish food with an emphasis on venison which is supplied from the estate itself.

The Haiku

Venison patty,

emboldened by whisky sauce:

ghillies' tea (and mine).

Dinner for two with wine costs around £50 at Corrour Station House restaurant, Corrour estate, by Fort William, Inverness-shire, PH30 4AA. For more information visit www.corrour-station-house-restaurant.co.uk

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