Reviews on British food in Lochinver, Scotland, United Kingdom. Lochinver (Loch an Inbhir in Gaelic) is a village on the coast in the Assynt district of Sutherland, Highland, Scotland. A few miles northeast is Loch Assynt which is the source of the River Inver which flows into Loch Inver at the village. There are 200 or so lochans in the area which makes the place very popular with anglers. Lochinver is dominated by the "sugar loaf" shape of Caisteal Liath, the summit peak of nearby Suilven.
Things to do in Lochinver
4 based on 1132 reviews
Award winning Pie Shop,Restaurant and Coffee Shop
Always pop in here on my regular trips up the majestic west coast and it never disappoints. There's both savoury and sweet pies packed to the rafters with all sorts of creative combinations and I'm pleased to say I've done the lot! Pie heaven lies here...it's a long old drive from pretty much anywhere but worth every second with some of the most stunning landscapes you'll witness anywhere on this planet IMHO around every single corner.
4 based on 749 reviews
Peet's is by the harbour, at the seafood end of the village - where the boats come in!! Lochinver lies in the heart of the spectacular coastal scenery of the North West Highlands, on the North Coast 500 route. Please call to make a reservation. Whatever y
What a difference a day makes! We dined at Peet's twice during our stay in Lochinver. The first night was very good. My fish platter was lightly cooked and very tasty.The following night it was a very different story. The calamari were over-battered, as was the fish platter. Instead of being light and tasty, it was thick with batter and stodgy. I guess they must have had the reserve chef on that night. Shame.
4 based on 303 reviews
Newly opened cafe and hostel.
Popped into grab a quick breakfast and was very pleasantly surprised. Great service from friendly staff and what amazing value for breakfast and takeaway sandwiches. And operated as a co-operative too. Highly recommend.
3 based on 43 reviews
At the end of a very long day, was looking forward to eating in this restaurant. Had booked some months before and was advised to book for the 6pm or 8pm sitting. We booked for the 8pm sitting. expecting a lot of people there. The wait after we arrived was long and when we were eventually shown to the restaurant, (circa 45 mins after 8pm, there were just 2 other people in the place. We eventually ate our meal after 9pm. Â£16 for a small piece of salmon and literally 3 carrots and 3 asparagus spears, (peas were advertised, but they did not have, so said they had put extra veg on the plate!!!!) was not good value for money. This meal was the biggest disappointment of the holiday. We did not hang around for desert.
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