Food & Drink Arisaig
Arisaig Hotel & Crofters Bar (Open March - November)
At the Arisaig Hotel you can expect excellent food, freshly prepared and cooked, with a mixture of pub favourites, local caught seafood and hearty highland ingredients. There is something for all palettes.
Food is available to residents and non-residents throughout the day 7 days a week in or Bay Restaurant or Crofters Bar. Take Away is also available for collection only.
Our Bay Restaurant is a newly decorated dining experience boosting views to Arisaig Bay and the Small Isles. The Crofters Bar has a wood burning stove for chilly days and an outside eating area for alfresco dining. You choose whether you want tea or coffee with home baking, a snack, hearty lunch, a relaxed bar meal or fine dining.
Children are welcome in all areas, however we also have a new designated kids dining/playroom. This allows parents and children to dine together in a room filled with kids activities.
Well-behaved dogs are welcome in the bar.
Lunches are available from 12.30pm - 2.30pm, dinners from 5.30pm - 9.00pm, with teas, coffees, home-made scones and cakes available at other times.
All our food is prepared on site, using local produce wherever possible; the freshest fish, locally reared beef and lamb when available and fresh cooked vegetables. Our versatile chefs bake their own bread, as well as oatcakes, biscuits etc.
We will do our best to cater for your dietary requirements.
Live music sessions, draft ales, fine wine and an extensive whisky, gin & rum selection can be enjoyed all year round in the Crofters Bar (opening hours vary in winter).
Arisaig House - Fine Dining (Advance booking essential).
Open to non residents. Call us on 01687 450730 to book.
Our natural larder of the hills, sea and walled garden are the starting point for all that you will eat with us.
A foodie’s paradise - The cuisine at Arisaig House leans heavily on high quality local produce. Each season has plenty to offer from fresh seafood to our own garden’s greens. Come and enjoy lobster, scallops, crabs, local fresh or smoked salmon, oysters; or venison, game and hill lamb in their season. Dine slowly or enjoy a long lazy lunch.
The Dining Room and Terrace are open to non-residents.
Food prepared with love and passion.
Sarah and family invite you to enjoy an intimate dining expereince or a special family gathering.
The Old Library Restaurant - Tel: 01687 450651 for reservations.
A cheerful restaurant run by a local team. It's white washed stone walls and interior reflect its history. The menu is modern Scottish with French influences. A menu packed full of local produce with daily changing specials served bistro style. Located in the heart of the village and overlooking the bay. Rooms are also available at The Old Library.