Outer Hebrides Food and Drink Trail

The island chain of the Outer Hebrides is somewhere you can be assured of beautiful scenery, a warm welcome and, of course, fine seasonal produce. The most northerly is Lewis, largest of the islands - travel south to find Harris, North Uist, Benbecula, South Uist and Barra. Each have their own unique qualities and deserve to be explored fully.

Sign for the Hebridean Smokehouse, North Uist

Hebridean Smokehouse

Don't miss the delicious smoked seafood available from this popular smokehouse on the Isle of North Uist. You can buy everything from salmon to troute and shellfish.

Stornoway Black Pudding

Charles Macleod Family

Get a true taste of the Western Isles and purchase the world-famous Stornoway Black Pudding from this family butcher based in Stornoway on the Isle of Lewis.

Freshly baked bread and rolls

Macleans Bakery

From handmade oatcakes to delicious breads and confectionary, stop off at this small independent baker on Benbecula.

The English/Gaelic sign of the Hebridean Brewery in Stornoway, Isle of Lewis

Hebridean Brewing Company

Enjoy fine craft ales produced at the Hebridean Brewing Company in Stornoway. It's the only brewer in the Outer Hebrides and prodcued cask conditioned real ales.

A plate of Scottish tablet

Hebridean Toffee

Discover mouth-watering tablet which is handmade on the Isle of Barra and take a memento with you with a range of Hebridean Toffee gifts from the on-site shop.

A Hebridean lamb shank

W J Macdonald

From world-famous Stornoway Black Pudding to succulent Lewis lamb, this family-run butcher is one of the Outer Hebrides

Freshly baked bread and rolls

Stags Bakeries

Enjoy the award-winning Stornoway water biscuits from this Isle of Lewis bakery and which are the perfect companion to any cheese board.