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Scorrybreac Restaurant in Highland

8,4

Based on 641 reviews found in 2 websites


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We all thought that this was the best complete meal we have ever had
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26 July 2018
10.0
We enjoyed the food although it was rather chefy/small serves at times. Pleasant ambiance and ok prices for quality. Very attentive and friendly staff. In the centre of town.
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19 September 2018
8.0

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09/08/2018: After strolling around this very small town and enjoying the views, we had a delightful lunch here. It's an attractive contemporary space in an old building on the main street. My husband had a crab panini which was delicious. I had to try Cullen Skink since I had never had it before & it is a Scottish dish. It is a soup made with smoked haddock, potatoes and leeks. I'm sure this was a very good version but I discovered I don't really care for smoked fish. But I was glad I tried it. For dessert we shared a generous slice of Pecan Pie with a touch of whiskey that was outstanding! A small grocery store is in a separate part of the restaurant with some seating, but it looked like most people came there for takeaway.
02/08/2018: We enjoyed our meal here. We shared two mains-the venison and beetroot and the fillet steak. Both were very good, the steak in particular was cooked perfectly to order (blue) and was a very high quality piece of meat.
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The Whitehouse

31/10/2018: I am not a fan of taster menus but the choices I made were all superb and the balance of flavors and tastes were perfect. The mussels to start with smoked fish served with seaweed in what was almost a cullen skink type broth was to die for. Next up salmon with a perfectly crisped and salty skin served with a scallop and smoked mussels was devine. loin of lamb followed again perfectly cooked and the fresh mint leaves just complimented it perfectly and I finished with a sweet of locally picked brambles made into various items. I loved every mouthful of this meal..... Nearly every ingredient sourced locally or grown in the garden. This is as good as it gets...
15/09/2018: This white jewel snuggles in what passes for the heart of Lochaline, just up the hill from the ferry and hard against the compendious village shop and community filling station. It is open from broadly Easter to October and in late summer Mull was serving her Scottish Weather Tasting Menu. Only snow was off, and as the showers blew across the Sound we arrived on foot dripping gently. I was a little surprised that our coats were not taken, nor was there anywhere to hang them, save the backs of our chairs. However my mild irritation evaporated as fast as the steam from clothes hung in front of a good fire, as we were promptly led (as soon as our very necessary reservation had been checked) into the small dining room. I say the dining room, but it is in reality two adjacent rooms with the intervening wall breached by sort of gun ports, giving intriguing glimpses of the other diners and the windows beyond. Whitewashed stone and pastel blues, and a strip wood floor that terminated short of the outside walls in a kind of stone-chip French drain that spoke perhaps to the owners having had at one time more than enough of their own damp problems to overcome. Whatever the reason, the overall effect is delightful, set off by end walls covered in a shoal of plaster mackerel purposefully swimming south. The kitchen is open to one of the dining rooms.

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