On Loch Dunvegan, this old building with thick stone walls holds a restaurant that has become a top destination for serious foodies. The kitchen serves consistently daring, well-crafted food, and the chef's belief in Scottish ingredients is clear in what is on offer: Glendale salad leaves, panfried Mallaig skate, and Esk salmon, for starters. Dinner is a three- or seven-course fixed-price extravaganza; lunch is shorter but has an equally tempting menu. If you love the
food so much you want to stay here, there are six comfortable rooms at the nearby House Over-By. Reservations are suggested, as this place is well known.
B884, Colbost, IV55 8ZT, Scotland