Using the Finest Scottish Ingredients

Great plates of food start with sourcing the right ingredients. Scotland’s wide range of produce is renowned throughout the world and it’s all on the restaurant’s doorstep.

Traceability is an essential part of choosing the right ingredients and through using sustainable local suppliers; Michael’s is also environmentally friendly.

Find out more about where the ingredients at Michael’s come from:

Why Orkney Beef?

The restaurant’s focus on quality means that only Orkney Beef is used for its ribeye, sirloin, rump and fillet steaks. The Orkney Islands off the north coast of Scotland are a special place to rear cattle because of the unique climate and flat, fertile grazing. Orkney Beef has a unique and wonderful flavour which is enhanced by the skill of the chefs at Michael’s.

Orkney Beef has been reared using traditional farming methods for generations and its story and ethos make it an obvious choice for the restaurant.

The finest in Scottish Seafood

Dating back to 1872, George Campbell & Sons in Perth provides the wealth of incredibly fresh seafood on offer at Michael’s including scallops, oysters, crab claws and seabass. These ingredients are sourced from fresh water and seas around Scotland to ensure the highest quality.

They are renowned fishmongers in Scotland and are committed to sustainable fishing to protect our natural resources for generations to come.

The team at Michael’s take great pride in knowing exactly where all their ingredients have come from. Take a look at the menu to see how these are used in a range of tempting dishes.

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