Scottish Islands & Highlands Hotels

Places to Eat & Drink - Highlands and Islands of Scotland

Places to Eat & Drink - Highlands and Islands of Scotland

Places to Eat & Drink - Highlands and Islands of Scotland

Bonar Bridge

Crannag Bistro Bonar Bridge

The Crannag menu focuses on providing honest and flavoursome Scottish fare, all created with the best local ingredients. Signature dishes include Saval pork and garlic terrine, highland bavette steak, Tain mussels, Sutherland venison medallions and hand dived West Coast scallops. Regular curry evenings are held during the winter months, when traditional Indian thali dishes are served from the Caledonian Curry Company.

www.crannag.com/

Crannag Bistro, Bonar Bridge, IV24 3EB. Tel: 01863 766766.

Boat of Garten
Every Friday Between 12pm and 2pm, Fish of the Day Beer Battered with Tartar Sauce or Pan Fried with Garlic Butter and Free Drink, All For 10 Quid.

At Anderson's we are committed to using local Scottish produce when it is in season, so needless to say, our menu changes each month, along with our daily specials. Each dish is lovingly prepared and bought together in such a way as to bring out the very best of truly great, fresh ingredients. Although our menu is creative, our aim is simple, to present you with food that we are confident you will enjoy, and that tastes fantastic.
Andersons Restaurant, Deshar Road, Boat of Garten, Inverness-shire, PH24 3BN.
Tel: 01479 831466

Fort William
At Old Pines we ensure that everything served in our restaurant is 100% homemade and where possible locally produced or organic.
The West Coast of Scotland has a fantastic source of fresh fish from both the sea and lochs, as well as wild venison from the local hills and beef and lamb from local farms. Wherever possible we source organic ingredients for our cooking and have an organic vegetable garden which provides the kitchen with fresh lettuce, tomatoes and various seasonal vegetables. We bake our own bread daily and make all our own ice-cream, jams and marmalades, desserts, pasta, scones and shortbread.
 

 The ultimate food experience in totally relaxed surroundings. Outstanding and sophisticated Cuisine.

Our restaurant is located at the front of the hotel with stunning views of the Nevis Range in the distance and our garden with surrounding ancient pine trees.
Old Pines
Spean Bridge
By Fort William
Scotland
PH34 4EG
Tel: 01397 712324

Oban
A new seafood bar below stairs provides food throughout the day – everything from soup and salads to grills, pasta and homemade pies. Reasonably priced, fish-friendly wines round off the package.

 Serving fresh local seafood, shellfish, scotch beef and venison. Modern Scottish cooking with a Mediterranean influence.
Waterfront Restaurant
No. 1 The Waterfront
Railway Pier
Oban
Tel:  01631 563110

Isle of Mull

Our à la carte menu offers a range of local & Scottish produce. Fresh seafood always available.
Open: weekends in November, February and March
Booking essential.
 

 Tastefully converted farm building with an original "dovecote" in our restaurant. Much local and Scottish quality produce,shellfish and fish can be enjoyed in an informal friendly atmosphere.
The Dovecote Restaurant
Calgary Farmhouse Hotel
By Dervaig
Isle of Mull
PA75 6QW
 Tel: 01688 400256

Loch Ness
Good food served simply. Salmon, beef or game & Scottish dishes to delight you. Taste our award-winning haggis (that famous beastie of the hills), hearty casseroles, generous fresh salads & delicious steaks which we char-grill for the best flavour.
 

 Family run, daily Roast Beef carvery lunch, Char-grilled prime highland steaks, west-coast seafood specials.
Fiddler's Highland restaurant
Drumnadrochit
Loch Ness
Tel: 01456 450678

INVERNESS
 Up market restaurant serving fresh fish and game.

A typical menu: Steamed west coast mussels tossed in a creamy smoked haddock sauce /Haggis tartlet with a red onion and sweet chilli marmalade/Salad of goats cheese, apple and walnuts/Orkney crab risotto with a shellfish and tarragon cream sauce/8oz prime Scottish rib eye steak with a béarnaise sauce and chunky hand cut chips/Grilled fillet of ling/with winter greens and cockle and shrimp butter sauce/Mallaig halibut with a Welsh rarebit crust, served on leek mash with a roasted tomato sauce/ Pan seared breast of Barbury duck
with a wild mushroom Bulgar wheat risotto and a prune and brandy jus.
THE RIVERHOUSE RESTAURANT
1, GREIG STREET
IV3 5PT INVERNESS , INVERNESS-SHIRE
Phone: 01463 222033

INVERNESS
 Cawdor Tavern is situated in the beautiful conservation village of Cawdor, close to the castle made famous by Shakespeare's Macbeth. Norman & Christine Sinclair took over Cawdor Tavern in 1994 and have strived to create a haven for locals and visitors alike to enjoy quality dining, fine malts, interesting ales and an excellent wine selection.

A typical menu: Chef’s home made Soup of the Day/Cawdor Smooth Chicken Liver Pate/Trio of Scottish Puddings - Black Pudding, Haggis and White Pudding With Home made Chutney/Seafood Platter Featuring Smoked Trout, Salmon Mousse and Marinated fillets of Orkney Herring/Pan seared Arisaig Scallops Served with rocket, Parmesan, Black Pudding and Bacon Salad with Chilli and Sesame Seed Dressing/Oven roasted Vegetables in a Cheddar Pastry Basket, glazed with Smoked Connage Dunlop, Salad Garnish Connage Brie, Pear and Walnut Salad With wholegrain Mustard Dressing/Breast of Speyside Pigeon Carved over Apple Fritter
Cawdor Tavern
Cawdor
Nairn
IV12 5XP
T: 01667 404777
E: enquiries@cawdortavern.co.uk

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