Discover the best restaurant in St. Margaret's Hope, United Kingdom (UK) including Skerries Bistro, The Creel Restaurant with Rooms, Hoxa Tearooms, The Selkie Tea Room, Robertsons, The Missing Bell, Murray Arms Gun Deck Restaurant
Restaurants in St. Margaret's Hope Bed and Breakfast Inns
4.5 based on 535 reviews
Open from April to September for lunch, snacks and dinner. Open daily from 12:00 to 16:00. We are also open for dinner on Friday, Saturday, Monday and Wednesday evenings each week from 18:00 - 21:00. We specialise in local fresh fish and shellfish including Pollock, Cod, Hand Dived Scallops, Crab and Lobster. We have vegetarian and meat dishes and can cater for any special dietary requirements. Their is a selection of coffees, teas, alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks available. Our food is fresh and simple and we use Orkney produce whenever possible. We bake our own bread as well as all cakes and desserts.
We visited the Orkneys In June and thank goodness this Seafood Bistro was on our list of places to visit. Not all of us were fish eaters but my seafood platter was lovely.
The bistro is not huge, but it is beautifully designed with stunning views of the sea.
4.5 based on 102 reviews
Really kind and attentive proprietor and his two young sons who looked after us well and could chat in Russian or German or French and English but no Gaelic or Welsh, no matter. Very helpful daily agenda and eclectic,lovely meals. We had Moroccan lamb tagine and David (prop) has many fine wines and he loves to talk about. Don't miss it. Rooms with a view, no less.
4.5 based on 128 reviews
Were amazed to find this excellent coffee shop on a quiet road in Orkney. Coffee was just perfect- best we had on our visit to Orkney. Cakes and scones looked really good- all home cooked and a great variety. They were hard to resist but we managed a still too soon after breakfast
4.5 based on 26 reviews
We popped in here for coffee. It is just what you hope to find when out and about. Beautifully clean and with food and drinks personally prepared by someone who cares. We had freshly baked flapjack - delicious. The village is pretty so overall a good stop off point. Lunch menu looked good too.
4.5 based on 62 reviews
Coffeehoose & Bar - Traditional Food Served All Day. Fully licenced Bar - including Cocktails. Giftware - Locally produced giftware. Tourist Information Pick Up Point. Family Run, Family Friendly. Local Food and Produce - All Welcome. High Teas on Sundays 3pm-6pm. Takeaway Coffees and Food available.
Popped in here for lunch last week with a party of 7 and the dog. Was planning on waiting outside with the dog but the staff found us two tables in their self contained conservatory away from others so that we could all have lunch....MoreHello, Thank you for taking the time to leave such a kind review, we were so happy to accommodate you and your family, as well as your lovely dog. Many thanks, Jenna
5 based on 2 reviews
This restaurant is unique in its approach to well sourced local food. From freshly caught local seafood such as Orkney scallops to line caught sea bass and salmon, this award-winning dining experience is second to none. I am told they know all their local suppliers personally! But it's not just the immaculate presentation - each Japanese dish, for instance, is a work of art - it is the memory of the flavours that you will take with you, that make this destination restaurant a special place. If you have 'fine dining' as one of the items on your bucket list, put this restaurant on it. If food provenance interests you, the owners Patrick and Keiko provide not just the skills in the kitchen, but will also give you the background to every dish served - especially engaging when you sit down to a 20 plus course Japanese dinner. The ambiance is ideal for couples looking for that special place to call their own.
4.5 based on 33 reviews
The Murray Arms Gun Deck Restaurant serves some of the freshest seafood around. Daily Specials and a menu that changes with seasonal influences.
We were staying nearby so my lovely wife and I popped into the Murray Arms for dinner. The food was ok but nothing special. I had the trout with a bean & celery salad. It was fine but a bit on the small side. My wife had the crab hot pot which was crabmeat served hot in a pot with some pastry on top. Little in the way of sauce or seasoning but I guess it did what it said on the can! We then shared an uninspiring cheese board which offered five very similar local smoked cheeses. All in all it felt like the efforts of a keen amateur rather than a professional chef. Three stars.
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