Eat in the Highlands & Hebrides!
Dining at 'Albert and Michel Roux Jr at Inverlochy Castle' is a culinary experience to savour, with the legendary father and son taking the helm of the kitchen and offering the finest dishes using local produce. Dining is in any of our three dining rooms, each decorated with period and elaborate furniture presented as gifts to Inverlochy Castle from the King of Norway, creating a unique experience in unrivalled surroundings. The menu features modern British cuisine with French influences which is internationally recognised by all major guides. They have been awarded AA 3 Red Rosettes.
Garrison West is tucked up in a corner of Cameron Square in the middle of Fort William, just up from the West Highland Museum. Two hand pumps are available. Beers are sourced from the local Glen Spean brewery and through a Belhaven link. The restaurant food is well-reviewed and worth trying out. A welcome addition to Fort William's High St. and well worth a visit to the cosy and agreeable bar.
Blas means – taste, savour, flavour, gusto and relish. Restaurant by night Cafe by day and home of Lochaber Gin. The dishes really focus on the flavours and how different tastes and textures can come together to excite each and every guest.
BEN NEVIS INN
This is a legendary location in Fort William, nestled at the foot of the UK’s highest mountain, Ben Nevis, and is always full of fascinating clientele. Many people pop in for a drink on their way down from Ben Nevis. It is quite likely to be full of live and impromptu music, laughter and stories. If you are in Fort William this really is a place you must visit.
BEN NEVIS DISTILLERY
Explore the region’s whisky distilleries. Of course, no trip to the Highlands would be complete without kicking back beside a warm, crackling fire and sipping on a dram of single malt. Try the offerings at the Ben Nevis Distillery, and see what tasting notes you’ll find in one of Scotland’s oldest distilleries.
GROG & GRUEL
Explore the region’s whisky distilleries. Of course, no trip to the Highlands would be complete without kicking back beside a warm, crackling fire and sipping on a dram of single malt. Try the offerings at the Grog & Gruel, enjoy a cosy drink in the heart of Fort William, with three award-winning bars to choose from. Sláinte!
CRANNOG SEAFOOD RESTAURANT
Have a craving for seafood? Whether it’s local langoustines or mouthwatering mussels, the region excels at producing world-class produce straight from the seashore. Try a platter at the Crannog Seafood Restaurant in Fort William.
THE OLD FORGE
Why not make a visit to the UK’s most remote restaurant? The Old Forge is set in the heart of Inverie Village and is the acclaimed 'remotest pub in mainland Britain'. Aiming to provide the whole experience for visitors - in bar with Real Ale's and Scottish specialities, and in the restaurant with delicious and wholesome meals. Seafood and local produce features heavily on the menu. Enjoy speciality coffee's and beverages throughout the day either inside while getting the craic with the locals, or outside in the beer garden taking in the breathtaking views over Loch Nevis. Impromptu music sessions and ceilidh's happen regularly throughout the summer; other facilities include hot showers and private mooring hire.