We went to the Fishmarket coffee shop upstairs, staff were friendly and the cappuccino was very good.
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Arrived in Mallaig off the Jacobite train and this was pretty much the first place we came to, and as it was raining we went straight in. We stuck with fish and chips but they seemed to have a fine looking specials board. I thought...More
Had lunch here on Saturday - and I was in Heaven - the Prawns were out of this world and being a fish and seafood fanatic - I didn't want it to finish....... Staff were amazing - the Cafe part is upstairs - but because...More
Came in for lunch after taking the Jacobite Steam train up from Fort William. Lucky we booked a table because it was so full customers had to wait. Recommend booking a table in advance for straight off the train, enough time to see the town...More
To summarize first of all: really not worth the experience so I would suggest you just skip this pain in your trip. Lets start with what was well done: the scalops and would actually recommend them! Now lets go to whats horribly done: service is...More
I can assure you this matter is in hand we only needed a lunch time service for this matter to be corrected, it is not our policy for customers not to feel welcome and enjoy dining in our restaurant, The specials board is not deleted...More
Very helpful and pleasant staff (not too common in some parts of the Highlands) and ideal menu because it offers half portions as sometimes we don't want a huge meal at lunchtime, but this was really good, well cooked and very tasty. Difficult if one...More
Situated on the harbour front, the building is where the row of fish merchants' cabins were once situated. The choice of seafood is wide and still practically wriggling on the plate - figuratively speaking, of course! If you go for the Cullen Skink, be prepared...More
Had haddock and chips - fish children size - for two,around £24 - not good to say Mallaig is a major fishing town - in fact pretty poor.It seems to be the same all over Mallaig.