The weather helped make this a delightful evening meal and relaxing drink after a long day at sea. Friendly staff and fast, courteous service made us feel relaxed and welcomed. I popped in the previous day to see if we needed a reservation, we probably didn't as there are around 10 tables inside and a few more outside, and it wasn't the busiest place in Scotland, but I booked nonetheless!
When we arrived our table was set and I ordered a beer and some other drinks for the family. I was pleased to see they had a couple of Loch Fyne Ales on tap which I like a lot. Gold Star!!
Food choice was simple and included pub standards- lasagne, beef and ale pie, mac and cheese, scampi, burgers, and a few specials on the board including fish and desserts. Nothing fancy, but all served fast and presented nicely. Good tasting grub and we devoured the lot! The bill was not too high, we paid around £15 each for a main course and two drinks.
Seemed like a family run place which was popular with locals and holiday makers alike. Would visit again if in the area.
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