We visited this restaurant last evening. We were looking for somewhere with a view and although it looked full decided to see if there was a table for two available. We were told that they were full but to come back in half an hour. We took the precaution of booking even this little while ahead and of turning up a bit early too. This paid off as we were given a window seat from which we could watch the sun go down across the harbour and loch - spectacular. We both had the seafood platter which was excellent having lots of my favourite things on it. Managed to cut myself when the crayfish 'fought back' but was given a nice blue plaster! With a bottle of wine, 1 coffee, a dessert and 1 glass of whisky the bill was £82. Perhaps this seems a bit steep but the setting and such fresh, local seafood do come at a premium. Lovely friendly, attentive service from the waitresses and a great setting made a delightfully evening.
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