Argyll Other Restaurants
- Glasgow & Around
Chatters offers the very best of Scottish produce expertly prepared and served in unique surroundings, with a superb selection of wines and a fabulous pudding trolley.
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
- Loch Melfort
The Quaich is a post office, village shop selling quality Scottish produce, delicatessen and restaurant on the main street in the heart of Kilmelford village.
- Loch Lomond
Bringing you the finest Scottish ingredients in traditional recipes with a contemporary twist, the Kilted Skirlie has established itself as the place to eat in Balloch and beyond.
The Oban Seafood Temple also known as the seafood shack has become world reknown for its affordable seafood delicacies.
The Tayvallich Inn is a small restaurant located on the west coast of Scotland near Lochgilphead, previously part of the Seafood Trail, Scotland\'s only recognised Seafood Trail.
- Crinan Canal
The Cairnbaan Hotel was built in 1801 to coincide with the opening of the Crinan Canal, which is known as ScotlandÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s most beautiful short cut. 12 Lovely individual rooms.
- 4 x Double
- Isle of Seil
Tigh an Truish is a 18th Century Inn sitting next to the famous Bridge over the Atlantic on the beautiful Island of Seil. We are open all year serving delicious bar meals in Summer
Seating just 28 people our bistro style restaurant is informal, compact and bijou. With an excellent reputation for good food, booking is advisable!
- Benderloch & Appin
The Restaurant caters for light lunches through to fresh caught daily delivered seafood. Scones and cream, chocolate shortbread or fresh, moist cakes for afternoon tea.
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