Places to Eat in Argyll

Food & Drink

Lord of the Isles

Our local pub, only a few minutes walk, dogs are welcome.  This place is highly recommended!  The Lord of the Isles pub and restaurant has an enviable reputation for excellent food, wines and beers.

http://www.lordoftheisles.co.uk/

Oyster Brewery

The Oyster Bar & Restaurant is a family run business located in the beautiful and historic village of Ellenabeich, Easdale on the West Coast of Argyll. We are situated overlooking the village square to the front and have a rear seating area which looks across the Atlantic taking in views of the islands of Scarba and Jura to name but two of the many islands seen from this superb vantage point.

Our menu is seasonal and primarily seafood based with our ingredients being locally sourced, however we offer a wide variety of choice to cater for everyone’s tastes.

Although the premises were once used as a micro-brewery there has been no ale brewed on site since 2008, however we still offer a variety of regionally sourced Scottish Real Ales for our customers which are selected to complement our menu and the local setting.

 http://www.seilislandpub.co.uk/

Bossards Patisserie

Bossards is a small, friendly patisserie and coffee shop selling all home produced breads, cakes, soups, quiches and delicious sandwich fillings.

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Inver Cottage

Inver Cottage Restaurant and coffee house is a warm and welcoming restored croft situated on the beautiful shores of Lachlan Bay, Loch Fyne. It’s the perfect place to unwind and sample some superb cooking based on local produce and is an ideal starting point for exploring Scotland’s west coast. Old Castle Lachlan, home of the MacLachlan clan for over one thousand years, is close by, while the Inver Cottage craft shop sells an unusual selection of artwork and gifts.

http://www.invercottage.com/

Loch Fyne Oyster Bar

The original Oyster Bar and Farm Shop started in a small shed in the lay-by at the head of Loch Fyne in the early 80’s, then in 1988 moved into the old cow byre at Clachan Farm. The thick stone walls of the original building have seen politicians, celebrities, film stars, royalty and visitors from far and wide pass between them. Inside décor and furnishings have evolved from what was initially an indoor picnic area to a restaurant equipped to equal standards found in cosmopolitan locations.

http://www.lochfyne.com/

The Famous Loch Fyne Oyster Bar

The Famous Loch Fyne Oyster Bar