Eating and Drinking

Loch Fyne Oyster Bar

01499 600236

Cairndow. Started in a small shed at the head of Loch Fyne in the early 80’s, this award winning seafood restaurant is now frequented by politicians, celebrities, film stars, royalty and visitors from far and wide. Listed in the Good Food Guide every year since 1985.

The Inveraray Inn

01499 302466

The recently refurbished Inveraray Inn provides dining options for every occasion: visit the Argyll Bar for no-frills bar food, the Lounge Bar for seasonal, a la carte dishes or the Conservatory for a seafood-inspired bistro menu. Home-baking and Illy coffee.

Skippers Bar & Bistro

01499 302604

Recently refurbished to a very high standard with a new head chef and menu. Expect great food and a stylish, fun experience at this venue just three miles south of Inveraray on the A83. They are dedicated to serving authentic classic dishes with a modern twist.

The George Hotel

01499 302111

Has always had an enviable reputation for ambience, friendliness and its cuisine. With its original solid flagstoned floors and four roaring log fires, the George is a lively haunt for both local characters and visitors alike. Busy during the season book ahead if possible.

Loch Fyne Hotel

01499 302980

The Times newspaper after an excellent meal commented "What a difference good service makes to a place you’re not sure about". The hotel has two restaurants open to guests and visitors to savour the fresh seafood and locally produce on the extensive menu.

Inveraray Castle

01499 302203

The tearoom has cups of tea or coffee and racks of home-baking. Soup, sandwiches, scones and butter, cakes and sponges. The home baking is prepared localy using family and traditional recipes with the love and care that only true baking fanatics can provide.

Brambles Restaurant

01499 302252

This Inveraray restaurant stick to what they know and believe in - fantastic, fresh food and home baking using the very best local suppliers. From traditional Scottish fayre to light snacks this restaurant is frequently recommend by locals and visitors to Inveraray.

Food from Argyll

01499 500235

At events across the country, Food from Argyll producers are bringing a traditional taste of the West Coast of Scotland to new audiences. The Food from Argyll website is dedicated to showcasing the best in food and artisan produce from throughout Argyll.

Cottage Retaurant

01499 302777

The Cottage Restaurant is located in the heart of the Inveraray, down a quite sleepy lane of main street. Scottish food is as varied as the country itself and the Cottage Resaurant offer a good traditional Scottish menu for both lunch and dinner.

Edinburgh Woollen Mill

01499 302413

Located on the Front Street by the entrance to Inveraray Castle with a menu of home cooked hot foods, vibrant salads, freshly made baguettes and delicious coffee and cakes, the Edinburgh Woolen Mill Anvil Tea Room is very popular with visitors to Inveraray.

Ban Diuc Indian Restaurant

01499 302142

Inveraray has a great Indian restaurant that also provides take-away. They offer authentic and traditional food with taste from many regions of India prepared and cooked by their renowned chef using the best local produce, fresh herbs and carefully selected whole spices.

The Kilberry Inn

01880 770223

Scotland restaurant of the year in 2009 also has a One hours drive to Kilbery for Scotland's restaurant of the year 2009 which has Michelin Bib Gourmand. The original 'but n ben' has been transformed into a quality restaurant exuding charm and character.

The Creggans Inn

01369 860279

The Creggans Inn is well known for serving some of Argyll's finest food and diners travel from far and wide to enjoy a meal by the banks of Loch Fyne. Their chef's make use of the finest produce from loch and glen to create mouthwatering menus.

Inver Cottage

01369 860537

The best in local produce from loch, river and glen, sourcing as much of our food as possible from local suppliers: langoustines creeled in the bay, Shona & Marys locally hand-dived scallops, Gigha halibut, locally stalked venison from Winston Churchill.

The Smiddy Bistro

01546 603606

The is a 'must do' for lunch or coffee and cakes if you're in the Lochgilphead / Tarbert area. Excellent homemade food using high quality seasonal ingredients, very tasty and very satisfying. Welcoming staff, selection of drinks and comfortable seating.

Seafood Hut Oban

 

Fresh seafood right on the pier. Eat a lot for a very reasonable price in a relaxed al fresco dining atmosphere. No waiter, no sophisticated layout of plates, just great fresh tasty seafood, so who cares that it has only one outdoor bench and a hut.

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