Visitors to the Asknish Bay Restaurant at the Loch Melfort Hotel; 18 miles south of Oban, are sure to be treated to a very local, first class dining experience.
Visitors to the Asknish Bay Restaurant at the Loch Melfort Hotel; 18 miles south of Oban, are sure to be treated to a very local, first class dining experience. In recent months, the proprietors, Calum and Rachel Ross, and their award winning chef, David Bell and his team, have sourced some wonderful Scottish produce, including Barbreck Lamb, Isle of Seil Venison, Inverawe Salmon and Loch Fyne Langoustines. With everything freshly prepared on site, including bread, jam, ice cream and chocolates you can be assured of gourmet delights. The restaurant is also blessed with one of the finest views on the West Coast, with open views to the islands of Shuna, Scarba and Jura. The restaurant has held 2 AA Rosettes for the last 10 years and David is pushing the boundaries this year to impress the AA and maintain and improve on his exacting standards.
The Asknish Bay Restaurant at Loch Melfort Hotel provides a memorable setting, with one of the finest outlooks in the West of Scotland, as a backdrop to a menu presenting some of the best produce.
Chump of Barbrack Lamb, Bok Choi, Aubergine Caviar: "Thick slices of lamb served on a bed of bok choi, with a large, attractively browned fondant potato, and a pool of aubergine caviar to the side." "A substantial portion of lamb chump, with very good flavour." "The lamb had excellent flavour, and the bok choi was crisp and fresh."
£32.00 set price Table D'hote