What's with the name?
Why Orrin? We get asked this a lot so we thought we'd share it with you. Orrin is the Anglicised version of Odhran in Gaelic and is generally understood to mean "pale green".
Also, within contemporary culture, Orrin has a second meaning which really resonated with us, our approach and outlook. It means a person who exceeds expectations (hence the peacock). A free spirit that knows which way the wind will blow, walks with confidence but befriends all.
We like it and hope you do too.
We create beautifully crafted dishes, seeking out the best seasonal produce, with a passion to share our love of incredible food.
Where it all started…
Orrin's Head Chef, Andy Fyfe, started his career in Glasgow under the watchful eye of the late Alan Gibb who was Executive Chef at Gleneagles Hotel until his passing in 2016.
He soon returned to his home town of Elgin in with his family and worked as Head Chef in various local establishments, each time, building their respective reputations as destinations for incredible food.
It was early 2021 that the life-long dream of opening a restaurant came to fruition after an introduction to his now business partner, Elaine Sutherland. Their shared vision of creating an outstanding food establishment in Moray began.
Make a booking today
Whether you would like a long lunch or an immersive dining experience with our tasting menu, it's up to you. If you like what you see, we'd love you to join us for some incredible food and drink.
Our vision is simple
Orrin represents a new and exciting dining experience in Moray, offering a modern Scottish à la carte menu alongside an eight-course tasting menu paired with selected wines, delivered by our talented team.
We aim to provide every guest with a relaxed, yet exceptional dining experience.
Our ethos is to celebrate the finest ingredients and our love for incredible food and drink. The cooking at the restaurant reflects our core beliefs, quality produce, classical cooking styles and imaginative seasonal menus.