Harden's survey result
“Wonderful seafood straight from the sea under the windows of the restaurant” helps win praise for this well-established fixture, on a pier by Loch Linnhe (with arguably the best location by the water in the town). Feedback is somewhat mixed, though, with sceptics citing “mediocre plating”, “slow service” and “enormous” bills.
“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.
|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