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Dining out in and around Loch Lomond, Scotland offers a wide selection of restaurants, bars and bistros to suit all tastes. From country inns to luxury restaurants, rural pubs to busy bars, the shores of the Loch and surrounding countryside provides the idyllic setting for dining out. Now eat, drink and be merry and visit one of the many Loch Lomond restaurants.
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Ardlui Restaurant at the Ardlui Hotel, Loch Lomond
The restaurant at the Ardlui Hotel offers authentic country house cooking with a warm and welcoming atmosphere. Our inhouse chefs prepare traditional Scottish country fayre and source as much of our ingredients as possible locally, with Loch Lomond salmon and Argyll venison typically on the menu.
The Salmon Leap Restaurant offers a great value, contemporary and enjoyable dining experience! Following a recent refurbishment, the surroundings are now very contemporary in style, with low-level lighting, comfortable seating, and dark wooden tables. Expect friendly, yet very polished service.
A totally new concept in dining, Mr C's Fish and Whisky Bar Restaurant celebrates two things that Scotland is famous for, fresh fish and fantastic whisky. With all manner of fishy delicacies, a very extensive whisky list, wines all available by the glass and a fantastic range of real ales - you'll want to try us. And if you're eating on the run we also offer our menu as take away.
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Set on a farm, Beinglas Restaurant and Bar sits below Ben Glas, from which it takes its name. Located at Inverarnan by Ardlui on the West Highland Way, our popular facility is a welcome sight as it comes into view to walkers from the south, and is open to both guests and "non-residents". All meals are freshly cooked to order. Full Scottish Breakfast available and we offer our extensive menu from 12 noon into the evening. We also have occasional entertainment. Barbeque Area. Private functions welcome.
Why should you have to pay more for organic food? All food should be safe and good for you. This is the basic premise on which all the Mhor businesses are based. And why the Lewises focus more on locally sourced rather than organic produce?
The Scotch Oven in Callander is a bakery shop and tearoom and has been supplying bread to the area for over a hundred years. The Lewises bought the bakery in March 2007, with the aim of expanding the business, preserving what is best in quality Scottish baking and introducing a range of artisan breads.
The restaurant at Inchmurrin caters for up to eighty people and is open every day except Tuesday. Coffee is served from 11 am, lunch from 12.30 pm to 2.30 pm and dinner from 7.00 pm to 9.00pm. At weekends the bar is open from 11 am to 11 pm and food is served from 12.30 pm to 9.00 pm. Weekend times also apply on bank holidays.
AA 2 Rosette Award Winning Restaurant
Colquhoun’s Restaurant is located within the Lodge on Loch Lomond in the picturesque village of Luss. Using only the finest and freshest of local Scottish produce, our menu changes regularly and our head chef offers a mix of traditional and contemporary cooking.
The restaurant within the Tarbet Hotel is furnished in a warm and classy style. With some tables overlooking Loch Lomond enjoy high quality, flavourful meals made with fresh, local, seasonal ingredients. The Tarbet hotel also offers live entertainment in the spacious entertainment lounge, and you will find your favourite drinks at the hotel’s well-stocked bar.
The Rowardennan Hotel is situated on the West Highland Way amidst stunning scenery in the vicinity of Ben Lomond. The Rob Roy and the Clansman Bars offer a wide range of traditional ales and malt whiskies, which can be savoured in the comfort of true Highland surroundings whilst being warmed by blazing log fires. The bar food offers an extensive range of Scottish dishes comprising of fresh and local produce when available. All meals are freshly prepared and cooked to order to ensure our customers' complete satisfaction.
The Clachan Inn, situated on the square in the centre of Drymen is Scotland's oldest registered licensed premises (1734) and is reeked in history. With its welcoming atmosphere and log fire, the Clachan Inn is at the very heart of village life for both locals and visitors alike. Drymen is a popular first night stop on the West Highland Way and the Clachan Inn is the ideal place to meet fellow walkers and share tales of adventures over a malt whisky. Dogs are welcome in the famous Clachan Bar.