Discover Restaurants offering the best Seafood food in Lossiemouth, Scotland, United Kingdom. Lossiemouth (Scottish Gaelic: Inbhir Losaidh) is a town in Moray, Scotland. Originally the port belonging to Elgin, it became an important fishing town. Although there has been over a 1,000 years of settlement in the area, the present day town was formed over the past 250 years and consists of four separate communities that eventually merged into one. From 1890 - 1975 it was a police burgh as Lossiemouth and Branderburgh.
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4 based on 82 reviews
Serving the finest Scottish seafood, Highland beef and game that the Moray larder has to offer. Cooked with passion and served with pride!
Fabulous food, haggis Bon Bon and peppers starter. Followed by lobster special and fillet steak and lemon meringue pie and cheesecake- all just amazing & no corkage for BYOB, just perfect. We will be back... possibly tomorrow!!
4 based on 19 reviews
Not very appealing from outside, very cozy and well appointed on the inside, this restaurant offers one of the best seafoods in Europe. The fish chowder is world class , the North Sea halibut is mouth melting and the fresh langoustines are simply out of this world, as the garlic and butter sauce they come with is delicious. You cannot ask for more from a North Sea small scottish town .
3 based on 39 reviews
The Salt Cellar is set in a scenic location overlooking the beach at Lossiemouth. The view includes on a good day people walking their dog; surfers; lots of golden generation couples hand in hand eating ice cream; kids playing and doing handstands; motorcyclists; canoeists and so is really quite exquisite. With tables outside; lovely wcâs; lovely indoor decor there is much the Salt Cellar do right. Sadly though even when not busy the service of food was extremely slow. One table beside us had their order come out in intervals 5 minutes apart! They then needed to ask for the forgotten dish. There appeared enough staff just something somewhere isnât working. Our own simple fayre which took over 40 mins to arrive was non-descript and pricey considering it was lukewarm and bland. The soup looked and tasted either out of a packet or tin and the garlic mushrooms were cold and lacked flavour. Gordon Ramsey would have a field day over the food which is such a shame as so much else is spot on.
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