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From the contemporary glamour of Portavadie Marina’s Restaurant and Bar to the old-world charm of The Drover’s Inn, in Argyll and the Isles there’s a huge range of eateries serving up the finest locally sourced food. Home to some of Scotland’s leading chefs and a feast of fresh produce from the hills and lochs, Argyll and the Isles is a destination for food lovers from all over the world. What’s more, you don’t need to look far to find a restaurant with a view. Many are by the coast and have terraces and gardens that make the most of their stunning locations.
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Places to eat: Bute
Places to eat: Bute
There's an abundance of fantastic places to eat on Bute. From the bustling bistros of Rothesay to the cracking cafés that dot the coastline, you're sure...
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Places to eat: Colonsay
Places to eat: Colonsay
Eating out on Colonsay often involves local produce and stunning views. Colonsay plays host to a variety of businesses producing a wide range of local produce, including...
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Places to eat: Dunoon & Cowal
Places to eat: Dunoon & Cowal
If you love food, you'll love Dunoon and Cowal. The area is bursting with local produce, fabulous restaurants and cosy coffee shops. Loch Fyne provides some of the...
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Places to eat: Inveraray, Knapdale, Kilmartin & Crinan
Places to eat: Inveraray, Knapdale, Kilmartin & Crinan
From lovely family-run coffee shops with wonderful home-baking and stunning sea views to award-winning restaurants with rooms, foodies are in for a treat in the Heart of...
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Places to eat: Islay and Jura
Places to eat: Islay and Jura
You can enjoy a food adventure on Islay and Jura. Beef, lamb, game, fish, shellfish and fresh herbs and vegetables from the Islay House Community Garden are all part of...
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Places to eat: Kintyre & Gigha
Places to eat: Kintyre & Gigha
From the quirky Skipness Seafood Cabin to fine dining at The Royal Hotel, in Kintyre and Gigha there’s a huge range of eateries to choose from. You'll find...
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Places to eat: Loch Lomond & Helensburgh
Places to eat: Loch Lomond & Helensburgh
There are great places to eat and drink for all budgets in Loch Lomond & Helensburgh. From fine dining to family-friendly meals, there's something for everyone....
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Places to eat: Mull, Iona, Tiree & Coll
Places to eat: Mull, Iona, Tiree & Coll
You're spoiled for choice when it comes to eating out on Mull, Iona, Tiree and Coll. You'll find restaurants, tearooms and hotels serving up the most delicious...
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Places to eat: Oban & Lorn
Places to eat: Oban & Lorn
Eating out must be one of the highlights of a holiday in Oban and Lorn. The area is packed with fantastic places to eat, with restaurants, coffee shops, pubs and hotels...
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The Mull & Iona Food Trail
The Mull & Iona Food Trail
The islands of Mull, Iona and Ulva offer an amazing range of home-grown, home-harvested, home-produced and home-cooked food, from the Island Bakery and its organic...
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