Find out what Scottish restaurants to try in Mallaig. Mallaig /ˈmælɪɡ/ ( listen); (Scottish Gaelic: Malaig [ˈmal̪ˠɛkʲ]) is a port in Lochaber, on the west coast of the Highlands of Scotland. The local railway station, Mallaig, is the terminus of the West Highland railway line (Fort William & Mallaig branch), completed in 1901, and the town is linked to Fort William by the A830 road – the "Road to the Isles".
Things to do in Mallaig
4 based on 250 reviews
Really lovely atmosphere and a wonderful welcome. Food is very good, fish and chips excellent and rack of lamb delicious. Might be nice to have a kids menu with slightly smaller/cheaper portions, itâs a little pricey as it stands when eating with kids. Overall though, would definitely recommend this place! Thank you for your kind review we are very pleased you enjoyed your meals. We do not have a children's menu but we do offer half portions of most of our dishes for children and if asked we will chop and change our menu ( when possible ) to accommodate them.
4 based on 179 reviews
Friendly and relaxed tearoom run by 2 sisters, Isla and Rhona set on the edge of Loch Nevis. Fairtrade tea's and coffee's. Breakfast rolls, light lunches and delicous homebaking. We also sell locally made crafts including our own pottery. April and Octobe
Heard so many good things about this place as a tearoom and having stayed in a property over the road from it I can confirm that it is very popular with both locals and tourists alike. We needed sandwiches for a lunch on the hills and they were very happy to oblige, making up fresh any sandwich off the âeat-inâ menu and wrapping it. Delicious. Thank you so much for taking the time to post a review. Weâre glad you enjoyed them. Hope to see you back,Best wishesIsla
Overlooking some of the most stunning beach views in Scotland, The Silver Sands Restaurant warmly welcomes you to a delectable dining experience in true Highland style. Feast your eyes on the ever-changing moods of Scotland's scenery in a breathtaking pan
Lovely meal in beautiful location. Stunning sunset while we ate overlooking Morar beach. Food tasty and reasonably priced. Would recommendwe look forward to seeing you in the near future,
3 based on 966 reviews
After arriving at Mallaig by ScotRail on lunch time we were keen for a bite to eat. Just near the station we were lucky to find this great little place. It was very busy yet the staff were friendly and polite and helped us find a table. There was only a large six seater free and they asked as we were a two, would we mind if they placed another couple on the table if needed - it was no issue at all for us. The menu was a great selection and I really enjoyed the food we got. This is definitely a place I would recommend.
4 based on 406 reviews
Wonderful seafood and excellent service: so disappointed to see that the business is for sale. The langoustines were so fresh and delicious and the haddock was superb. Highly recommended as long as the existing management and staff remain in place.
4 based on 134 reviews
Newly opened in 2016 we serve delicious local cuisine in the Terrace, indoor and out. Come and sample some excellent food matched with a extensive selection of wine. There is a choice of almost 300 malt whiskeys and 20 gins, you can enjoy in front of the
We have started stopping here for afternoon tea as part of our Scottish Islands Small Group Tours and we have fallen in love with the place. Excellent service and beautiful food. The Chef definitely knows what he is doing and whipped us up some delicious treats and scones to die for! We always feel special here and love how well looked after we are. I can't wait for a return visit and I highly recommend stopping here!Thank you so much for taking time to review out restaurant. We are so pleased you have henjoyed your visits, and we look forward to welcoming you back againRegardsThe Terrace Team
4 based on 840 reviews
Although a little shabby around the edges, the staff were friendly and we had a lovely meal. Unfortunately the open fire was beside our table and it would have given a better impression if it had been cleaned out and reset rather than a grate of ashes with paper and sticks lying on the hearth.
4 based on 772 reviews
My husband and I had the good fortune to visit this restaurant twice, once in June and again in August, also once for lunch and once for dinner. Both times the staff was excellent and food delicious. My husband has a seafood allergy and finding a place with good non-seafood options can be challenging in the area. This place, I can highly recommend.
4 based on 300 reviews
Lovely little restaurant. Excellent friendly service. Good reasonably priced menu. Salmon fishcakes were tasty and the cheesecake was the best.Even when a large group of 16 came in - the staff were unflustered, calm and friendly! and still delivered quick service.Fully recommend a visit.
4 based on 859 reviews
We reached Mallaig on the Jacobite Express steam train. Reaching this upstairs restaurant, we were asked if we were on the train so that they could make sure that we were served with plenty of time to get back.A short but varied menu with a couple of specials is matched with a much longer drinks menu, including some craft beers.My wife had the Cullen Skink (a Scottish broth of smoked and plain fish with potato in a creamy sauce) while I had sea bass with crispy capers, mussels (in the shell) and samphire in a lovely sauce, with chips in a separate bowl.We both finished off with a lemon posset served with fresh strawberries, strawberry ice cream and ginger crumb.Everything was fantastic: itâs not often you get fish cooked such that not only is the skin edible, but that it would be a crime not to eat it, as it was so delicious.Run by a lovely family, service is efficient and friendly.A definite hit.
ThingsTodoPost © 2018 All rights reserved.