The Old Library Restaurant is situated in the centre of Arisaig and offers modern Scottish bistro style dining using as much local produce as possible.
The West Coast of Scotland offer many opportunities to eat out and sample the local creative and traditional Highland cuisine. The Highland cuisine at its best incorporates high quality, fresh, locally sustainably sourced, seasonal produce. The area boasts some great places to eat out including seafood restaurants, bistros, hotels, inns, cafes to suit a variety of tastes and budgets. You can search by region, zoom into the area, or by the name of the restaurant.
The Café Fish, a small family run business, offers a selection of fresh, locally caught, seafood with fine views over Tobermory harbour. A great place to eat if visiting Tobermory for the day.
Russell's Restuarant at The Smiddy House in Spean Bridge has been awarded 2 AA rosettes for 7 consecutive years. Their menu concentrates on flavours and textures using the best Local and Scottish produce as far as possible. Locally sourced fish, highland lamb, beef and venison all feature on the...
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The Whitehouse Restauarant in Lochaline serves a daily changing taster menu of up to six courses. You can choose between from between two to six courses at fixed prices. The team at The Whitehouse are incredibly proud of their local food, taking a great deal of time and trouble in sourcing the...
Corrour Station House is tucked away in a remote location, only accessible by train or by a 20 mile walk.
Serving a range of home baking, soups, sandwiches and small selection of main meals as well as teas, coffees, hot chocolates, soft drinks, beer and wine.
Situated in the heart of Fort William, Crannog is a seafood restaurant like no other – in a quiet loch-side location on the Town Pier, the distinctive red roofs have been synonymous with fantastic West Highland seafood and relaxed fine dining for over 20 years. Using the freshest seafood and...
Come and enjoy the unique experience of dining out in a 1950's railway carriage with veranda viewpoint. We serve whole leaf teas, freshly ground coffee, breakfast rolls, light lunches and a selection of home baking. Our focus is on good quality home cooking combining some traditional classics...
The Loch Shiel Hotel, in the centre of Acharacle, offers a range of homemade traditional meals using local produce whenever possible.Bar meals available between 12 noon and 2.30pm in the bar during the summer months.
The Restaurant at Kilcamb Lodge offers 3AA Rosette fine dining in a romantic loch view setting. With an extensive wine list and a professional team of staff you can choose from Sunday Lunch, a Tasting Menu as well as an À la Carte offering. You can also eat in the Driftwood Brasserie which...
Located on the shores of Loch Leven, Lochleven Seafood Café offers a selection of fish, meat and vegetarians options served in an informal and relaxed atmosphere. One of its signature dishes is its fresh shellfish platter. Lochleven Seafood Café was winner of the Scottish Seafood Restaurant...
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Cafe Canna is a wee licensed cafe and restaurant just a 10 minutes walk from the ferry terminal on The Isle of Canna sitauted between Canna House and The Community Shop. Cafe Canna serves fresh, locally sourced seafood, game, and vegetarian options, as well as breakfast, lunch, and has a fully...
Open early May to late September
Closed on Tuesdays - other days 11:00 til late.
Come and enjoy some true Highland hospitality. Our Award winning Head chef Duncan Gibson only uses fresh produce to create his menus, which is mostly locally sourced and Scottish. We are members of the Scottish Beef club. We have won the 'Local & Real Food' Medal at the 2012 Scottish Hotel...
45 Room 6pm-9pm (Hotel closed between the start of Nov to mid March)