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Loch Croistean Coffee Shop/Restaurant serves home cooked food in a relaxed setting. From 12 noon to 8pm we offer a menu of the day, light meals and home baking. Plus on Friday and Saturday evenings you can book our popular 4-course home-style dinner. Our food is an eclectic mix of Scottish and international flavours and uses local produce as available. Please note our opening times are 12 noon to last orders at 8pm: Rest of year: open Wednesday to Saturday Closed January & February, plus 2 weeks early November
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Encountered as part of a wee trip around the area allowing aged Aunt childhood reminisces from her family home. Transpired her mother went here in it's previous life as the local school house. Quirky decor and furnishings but you know - its all the better...More
I really want to give these guys a break as they were nice people. However, the restaurant is like walking into a dusty school house, complete with cobwebs, and crammed full with junk from the local charity shops. There were some very sweet dried flower...More
Stopped for lunch on way to ancestral village of Aird. The service was fast and friendly. Great lunch with lovely home baking to follow. Very good value for money. Thoroughly recommend for a light lunch. They also do evening dinners.
Not a lot of places to eat in Lewis or Harris, but this place in a wonderful location tucked between two hills. Quite a welcoming sight as you travel. The soups, cake, coffee and tea is exceptional. Affordable, creative and quite a treat!
We were staying in the vicinity and had tea with scones one day, and dinner on two different nights. The filling of the day was lovely, and the beef stew and venison sausage were spectacular. The menu is short but the food is excellent. The...More
We found this place on a road trip exploring the sites of Lewis and what a pleasant treat. We had a lovely lunch of fresh and homemade goodies. A delightful change from the same old menu we see at home . Friendly people and really...More
After reading the good reviews we stopped on a day out back to our cottage. A charming little cafe with lovely scones, home made chunky black currant jam and lashings of cream!! Huge pot of tea and coffee and the owner was friendly. If we...More
We booked early in order of making sure we could get a table in this small converted school room on a Wednesday night when local musicians play folk music. Unfortunately these didn't turn up but we still enjoyed a pleasant meal cooked and served by...More