It’s fine dining, but no fuss. Inspired by Pamela’s stint at Noma and her Faviken restaurant, her cuisine is a Hebrew twist on her Nordic style of cooking. Her dedication to her origins and reducing waste has earned her the only green Michelin star in Scotland. The forageable landscape is reflected in the regularly changing menu, with dishes such as mussels, chickpeas, spinach soup, sea kale and seaweed brill, and the freshest loch her fine her oyster, langoustines. Enjoy shrimp and crab.
address: Strathlachlan, Strachur, Argyle, PA27 8BU
The Corintrave Hotel
Among the appetizers such as crispy haggis bonbons, hearty langoustines from the nearby island of Giga and tarbet with simple garlic butter, there are many very exciting dishes not found on other menus in the region. . Topped with sesame seeds or pork belly terrine.
Much of its food is prepared on a Japanese grill, and the quality of local ingredients, especially seafood, really shines. Joe and Claire took over in 2019 after moving from London, although Claire hails from closer to Greenock. View of Butte’s Channel.
address: Corintrebe, Argyle PA22 3AS
Another waterfront pub, The Oyster Catcher, is on the east side of Loch Fyne on the Otter Ferry. When the sun shines in this incredible setting, the outdoor picnic tables are even closer to the lake, so that factor comes into play. If you’re here at sunset in the summer, you’re in for a show.
Run by Phoebe and Steve Keane (front of house and chef, respectively), the menu features everything from mallards to partridges to venison; and other sophisticated pub food. Well done modern cuisine.