West Highland Way Restaurants, Cafes, Bars and Pubs
Bridge of Orchy Hotel has an extensive range of dining opportunities, ranging from a light bar snack, to a relaxing, leisurely dinner, in a superb ambience for wonderful Scottish c
- Inveraray and Fyne
This is the original Oyster bar before a national chain was established. The menu is full of delicious, fresh dishes prepared with a Loch Fyne twist.
Good fresh ingredients; many sourced locally, allied to sound cooking techniques give delicious classic dishes with a modern twist. The Royal Hotel has been awarded an AA rosette f
Fresh fish comes straight from the fishing boats into the fishmongers below and up into the kitchen. Crabs come from Mull, oysters from Colonsay (small and creamy), handmade cheese
- Benderloch & Appin
The Pier House Hotel uses only the finest seasonal Scottish seafood, meat, game and vegetables. Working very closely with local suppliers to achieve exceptionally high standards of
The menu changes seasonally to utilise the best local ingredients. Richard Fowler Head Chef and Proprietor and his small team prepare everything in house.
- Aberfeldy & Loch Tay
The Ardeonaig knows exactly who produces what and how it was grown, raised or made: now even having their own flock of 150 black-face sheep grazing on the heather of nearby hills,
Head Chef Patrick Freytag and Chef Shaun Squire direct the Manor House\'s team of four chefs in producing a gourmet menu featuring fresh local fish, game and produce and using fre
Piazza is a pizza/pasta restaurant on a pier in beautiful Oban Bay with spectacular views to Kerrera, Mull and the townscape. The restaurant has a great atmosphere whatever the occ
They like to keep it local at Cuan Mor, so they have selected many of the finest local beers, real ales and whiskies, to compliment the menu\'s locally sourcing.
What other people say
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