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Seafood salad platter at the Birsay Bay Tearoom with the coastline in the background
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  • Main Course of slow roasted North Ronaldsay mutton with a Orkney cheddar and ale sauce at The Foveran Hotel and Restaurant
    The Foveran Hotel and Restaurant, St Ola
  • A plate of food served in a crab's shell at the Lynnfield Hotel, Kirkwall, Orkney
    Lynnfield Hotel, Kirkwall, Orkney
  • A couple enjoy local delicacies at The Creel Restaurant, St Margaret's Hope, Orkney
    The Creel Restaurant, St Margaret's Hope, Orkney

Thanks to Orkney's long and proud tradition of excellent and mouth-watering local produce, eating out across the region is always an experience to write home about, where the islands' superb raw materials are prepared with care and simplicity.

As well as award-winning restaurants and top quality eateries such as Lynnfield, Foveran and The Creel, don't miss the many caf├ęs, tearooms and takeaways across Orkney including the Haff Yok on Westray and Julia's in Stromness.

For a real treat, sample the delicious afternoon teas complete with bannocks and rhubarb jam or head to a takeway and tuck into the freshest fish and chips. There's also plenty opportunity to enjoy that traditional Orkney standby, the patty. 

Orkney's raw ingredients, sourced from land and sea are prepared by chefs who use their expertise to bring out the intensity of the local flavours, includuing everything from North Ronaldsay lamb to succulent scallops, lobsters and crabs. In some of the more enterprising restaurants across the islands you may even have the opportunity to try witch and megrim flatfish or spoots, which are a type of razor clams.

Browse the listings and discover a real triumph of taste across Orkney.

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  1. The Noust Bar & Restaurant

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    Orphir

    THE NOUST BAR HAS BEEN A POPULAR VENUE FOR LOCALS AND VISITORS ALIKE SINCE IT OPENED IN 2006. WITH A FRIENDLY ATMOSPHERE AND BEAUTIFUL VIEWS ALL AROUND, IT’S THE IDEAL PLACE TO MEET AND RELAX.

  2. Birsay Bay Tearoom

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    Cafes & Tearooms

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    Birsay

    Situated on an elevated site overlooking Birsay Bay, offering a range of teas, coffees, light lunches, home-bakes and cakes in clean, comfortable surroundings with spectacular coastal panoramic views.

  3. Kirkwall Hotel

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    Traditional

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    Kirkwall

    Welcome to Kirkwall hotel.

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    Burray

  5. Standing Stones Hotel

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    Traditional

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    Stenness

    Our two excellent lounges offer you the comfort and relaxation you want, with the popular Stenness Lounge Bar offers quality bar meals, served all day and the chance to savour the atmosphere of true Orcadian hospitality.

  6. The Foveran Restaurant

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    Kirkwall

  7. Dil Se

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    Restaurants

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    Kirkwall

    Dine in pleasant surroundings, conveniently located in the town centre, sampling superior Indian cuisine. We hand pick only the finest produce from local suppliers offering you the best ingredients.

  8. Cafelolz@21

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    Bistros & Brasseries

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    Kirkwall

    Welcome to Cafe Lolz

  9. The Orkney Brewery

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    Breweries

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    Stromness

    The Orkney Brewery & Visitor Centre is now closed until March 2014. Available for private tours, day or evening meals,meetings and private events during closed months. Please email joyce@orkneybrewery.co.uk

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    South Ronaldsay

    Skerries Bistro dining experience is in a bespoke ‘all glass’ building located 80 metres from the cliff with views across the Pentland Firth.

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