The Highlands are bursting with seasonal produce and glorious scenery. You can enjoy fresh local produce anywhere from Michelin-star restaurants to homely country inns in Inverness, Nairn & Loch Ness and beyond.
Combining the best of land and sea, Skye & Lochalsh provides the ideal environment for producing fine local food and drink. Fresh, delicious seafood is widely available, as well as venison and game birds that are brought in from the hills.
Savour the true flavour of the Highlands as you travel around Fort William & Lochaber. Feast on wild salmon and trout, fished from the area’s lochs and rivers and tuck into Highland game, beef and lamb, accompanied by seasonal vegetables.
In the North Highlands, the emphasis is firmly on local produce that is beautifully cooked. Due to the bountiful waters off the coast, seafood regularly features on menus, including that of Michelin-star restaurant, The Albannach. Mey Selections produce the highest quality farm and food products including beef and lamb. Try out their delicious produce at local hotels.
Eating out in the Cairngorms National Park provides the perfect combination of delicious flavour and stunning scenery. The pristine natural environment, with its clean air and pure water, means local chefs make the most of the fine beef, lamb, venison, game, salmon and trout as well as locally grown strawberries and handmade cheeses.
Feast on fresh fish and shellfish plucked from the waters of the Moray Firth, or enjoy tender beef and lamb, along with vegetables grown locally, since so much of Moray Speyside is rich farmland.
Why not pick up the delicious produce yourself at farmers' markets and farm shops or enjoy tours of the region's many drink attractions?
Get a real flavour for the Highlands as you tour the region.