In an area renowned for the quality of it’s produce you will find many picturesque places serving delicious food. Reiff Steading benefits from having some of these close by. There are a few gems further afield that are well worth a visit when exploring the region.
The Summer Isles Bar and Restaurant offers a range of delicious seasonal dishes making the most of the areas wonderful ingredients and local suppliers. They offer informal dining in the bar and smart yet relaxed dining in the restaurant. A beer garden delivers the opportunity to make the most of the stunning views.
Am Fuaran is a traditional cosy west coast bar serving home cooked food featuring fresh local produce. Raised decking with views overlooking Isle Ristol is the perfect spot for a cooling drink after a day exploring.
A visit to Coigach is not complete without a visit to sample the delicious cakes and home-cooked meals on offer at the Achiltibuie Piping School café. With daily specials and freshly baked cakes you may decide to pop in more than once to this café with views of the Summer Isles.
Salt is a seafood restaurant conceived by local lass Suzie Macgregor. Run successfully for the past four years. Salt is currently under development and will reopen in 2020. Watch this space!
Self-catering in North West Scotland provides a great opportunity to cook with and taste the finest local ingredients. You can buy from the producers themselves, visit farmers markets or drop in to the village store. Being able to eat from farm to fork and sea to plate using the freshest of ingredients means that dining-in is also a treat.
South of Coigach
Ullapool has a great selection of coffee shops and restaurants to suit all palates and dining styles. You can dine alfresco at The Seafood Shack; enjoying the delights of the daily catch. Enjoy some good wholesome dishes in The Ceilidh Place, or fish and chips on the harbour side from one of the award winning fish shops located a stones throw from where the catch is landed.
North of Coigach
Heading North for the day you can stop of at Elphin Tearooms for fresh home baked cakes and breads. Heading to Lochinver then you could pick up a pie from the Lochinver Larder, enjoy a refreshing drink and sample some of the small plates on offer at Caberfeidh, or book in for an evening meal at Peet’s Resturant.
If venturing further North towards Kylesku, the restaurant and bar at the Kylesku Hotel is worth making a stop for. Enjoy a drink and bite to eat or coffee and cake and take in the view down Loch Gleann Dubh.