Harden's survey result
“A must if you are travelling to Fort William”; offering “honest” catch “with nothing to detract from the natural flavours” (not least “scallops to die for”), this red-roofed staple, on a pier overlooking Loch Linnhe, is a real “sea foodie’s heaven”. “Book ahead!”
A well-situated institution, on a pier overlooking Loch Linnhe, which therefore “has the feeling of a sea-to-table” joint; it’s “particularly good value if you get the cruise (from the same harbour the restaurant sits on) and lunch deal!”
In a “great location overlooking Loch Linnhe” – it’s set on a pier next to the Fort William ferry, from which the fisherman owner runs cruises – a heavingly busy institution known for its good, simple seafood.
On a pier over the water at the top of Loch Linnhe (they run cruises too) this well-known destination is a “lovely place to eat on a sunny day”; its MO is “solid seafood, cooked well”.
|Wine per bottle||£28.50|
Town Centre Pier, Fort William, PH33 6DB
lunch noon - 2.30 pm, dinner 6 pm - 9.30 pm
Last orders: 9 pm