Reviews on Cafe food in Lamlash, Scotland, United Kingdom. Lamlash (Never Ending Lash)(Scottish Gaelic: An t-Eilean Àrd) is the largest village by population on the Isle of Arran, in the Firth of Clyde, Scotland. It lies 4 miles to the south of ferry port Brodick, in a sheltered bay on the island's east coast, facing Holy Isle. Lamlash is the seat of Arran's local government offices and police. The only secondary school and only hospital in Arran are also located in Lamlash.
Things to do in Lamlash
5 based on 140 reviews
Freshly made to order seafood dishes in a takeaway style dining experience using the best of Arran & Scotlandâs seafood. Supporting sustainable fishing. Limited seating & no bookings taken.
Rarely do places live up to the hype. Mara Fish Bar more than did this.We stopped in for lunch after reading the reviews on TripAdvisor and weren't disappointed.The Fish Tacos were simply awesome! Veggie options sounded tasty too & it's easy to see why tables were never empty.Fab view. Fab food. Fab place.A must visit for foodies.
4 based on 26 reviews
Stumbled by accident on this place! Very odd set up, not a great welcome no atmosphere which would make you want to linger. Only 2 very obviously placed over priced boxes of shortbread for sale, surrounded by copious jars of jam (not made by or anything to do with shorties) and strangely .... 2 boxes, one filled with apples the other with satsumas! Why? I would have had a coffee but the place really doesn't look very clean and having seen the pictures on Facebook since, I am glad I didn't , the coffee even has scum on it! I won't be going back there, tried some and was far too salty for decent shortbread, my niece makes better and she is 5yrs old! Such a shame as really don't understand where the other reviews are coming from, unless they are affiliated with the absent owner! Strange!
4 based on 206 reviews
We were at Arran Aromatics and looking for somewhere for lunch. We spied this place next door and the deal was sealed when people walked out with the most delicious smelling takeaway.Home cooked, wholesome food. Delicious soups and toasties. The traybakes looked to die for although we didn't get around to trying them.The shop was all decorated for Halloween.Nice to go to somewhere that isn't a chain and where the food is all homemade.The staff were happy to heat our baby meal for us and they had highchair too.
5 based on 38 reviews
5.11.19 WE ARE CURRENTLY CLOSED FOR OUR ANNUAL HOLIDAY, BUT WE LOOK FORWARD TO WELCOMING YOU BACK ON WEDNESDAY 4TH DEC 2019 10am-3pm In December, our log fire will be lit and the doors will be open to offer you a warm welcome to our family-run restaurant/
We were recommended the Shore by a friend, and was the best meal we had during our family break on the island by far. The food and service were both outstanding. One of our daughters is coeliac (gluten free) and it was no problem at all catering for her, she could have had a number of things off the menu and her lunch was delicious. And what an amazing location right on the shore. We are looking forward to returning on our next visit to Arran.Thank you so much for taking the time to write a review for us.We are so pleased your daughter enjoyed her gluten free lunch. We really do try our best to ensure there is something on our menu for everyone. We would love to welcome to you back to The Shore on your next visit!
4 based on 30 reviews
Tea room and gift shop
On a cycling trip I stopped for a snack and a good look at the crafts which are all locally made.Service was pleasant.The leek and potato soup was top notch and very fresh.The coffee was good as was the selection of home baking.There is an extensive display of crafts : stained glass ,knitting ,paintings ,jewellery,stonework,leatherwork .I was impressed by the fine kilt belts and sporrans.There is a splendid view over Holy Isle.
4 based on 265 reviews
We visit here often when on the island and have always had fantastic meals here, the tray bakes are also delicious, staff also very friendly.
4 based on 525 reviews
We were staying at the nearby Auchrannie and fancied an early morning walk so headed to Little Rock, which opens reasonably early for breakfast. We had a fully cooked Scottish and a bagel, both were excellent, in fact too much food in the case of the full breakfast, but that is a good complaint. The staff are friendly and it is a comfortable place to eat. They also are pet friendly which I think is a good thing these days, especially on Arran.
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