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“Fab”

Old Station Restaurant
Ranked #2 of 11 Restaurants in Spean Bridge
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: US$5 - US$29
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Restaurant details
Good for: Child-friendly, Bar Scene
Dining options: Dinner, After-hours, Reservations
Description: At the Old Station Restaurant & Bar we offer great locally sourced food at reasonable prices. Dine in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere, in the unique setting of a converted Victorian railway station on the world famous West Highland Line. We are located at Spean Bridge station where the Commandos began their training during the Second World War. Relax beside the fire in our public bar and enjoy local real ales. We are the only bar in the village serving real ale on draught. We also have a good selection of malt whisky, Scottish gins and wine. We have a gluten-free menu which is available on request. Children are very welcome ... And we even have a special menu for the wee ones! Our Bar is open from 5pm until late in high season. Our Restaurant is open from 5.30pm until 9pm
Reviewed 28 April 2010

Popped in here one evening not knowing what to expect. The staff were really friendly, the food was not only good value but really well prepared. Loved the old photos of the station and the local area and am still recovering from the amazing dark chocolate and drambuie cheese cake!

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Reviewed 24 April 2010

The food here is delicious, we were staying closeby. I will not hesitate to return.

From the moment we came through the door until we left was simply 1st class. We were a party of 8 and the service and food was one on the best ever tasted. The restaurant is gorgeous and our boys loved watching the train from mallaig to glasgow passing through.

I happened to notice that the owner/s greeted each diner individually and I have never seen that before, again a special touch.

Also, during our meal the chef came through asking if our meal was fine, we replied lovely and he said "Your more than welcome" I have never had that service from a chef before.

The food was amazing, we all had something different ,and my parents told me on the way back to our cottage "that was the best meal and service I've had in a very long time".

Thank you very much.

Thank Ceeburn
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Reviewed 14 April 2010

After our first day walking the Great Glen we planned a quiet evening but ended up having a great night out.

The food, hospitality and service was very good.

After dinner we retired to the comfortable lounge/bar with its real fire, finished our wine and had a few beers (and whiskies!) while other dinner guests played guitar and sang. It was a lovely, relaxed evening and we felt very welcome. Would recommend the restaurant to anyone passing that way (even if you are walking 12 miles the next day).

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Reviewed 13 August 2009

We were a party of five & nothing was too much trouble. The food was fabulous - plenty of it & cooked to perfection. We ate there twice & between us we sampled a fair few items off the menu - every one of us enjoyed our meal but I think the empty plates said it all really! The desserts were also delicious. The staff were attentive & friendly without being intrusive. We will definitely eat there again when we're next in Scotland. Obviously a very popular place & would recommend booking a table rather than just turning up.

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Thank PlanetERF
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Reviewed 21 July 2009

Our dining experience here seems to be light years away from other reviewers. We found the menu dull & old fashioned & the food arrived so quickly that we were in & out in under 45mins! I had the vegetarion option of the day- risotto - how can anyone make a risotto with long grain rice? The starter portions were small-3 garlic mushrooms-not value for around £5. The best part was the quirky location

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Thank shescott
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