Situated on the stunning banks of Loch Fyne, on the Cowal peninsula, Portavadie offers a choice of restaurants and bars in beautiful contemporary surroundings.
The restaurants and bars at Portavadie offer award-winning food, a convivial atmosphere and panoramic loch views – all in beautiful, contemporary surroundings. Our restaurants offer delicious, freshly prepared food for all tastes. For sumptuous waterfront dining and stunning views of Loch Fyne, head to the Marina Restaurant and Bar. For something more informal, try the Lodge Kitchen and Bar or the new Leisure Café. Do watch our videos.
Marina Restaurant & Bar - With award-winning cuisine and panoramic views of Loch Fyne, you can linger over lunch or dinner and watch the yachts sail by. Floor-to-ceiling glass awaits you, and every table offers a view of the marina and beyond. This is shore-side dining at its best. Sample a wide selection of produce from ’Argyll’s larder’, skillfully prepared by our culinary team and served to you by our passionate and knowledgeable front-of-house team.
Lodge Kitchen & Bar - Hearty portions of tasty home-cooked food are on the menu at the Lodge Kitchen and Bar. You will find dishes to satisfy all appetites. With a kids’ menu and a relaxed, informal atmosphere, it is great for all the family. Firm favourites include our seafood ploughman’s, local venison burger and freshly caught haddock and chips. Relax on the sofas with some delicious home-baking and coffee or catch up with friends over a Fyne Ale or a glass of wine.
Leisure Café - The new café provides a great space to chill out, with views over Loch Fyne from the terrace or over the pools and beyond. Tuck into stone-baked pizzas, deli sandwiches or a bento box salad. And don’t forget Portavadie’s home-churned ice cream! The Leisure Café is open from 10am to 6pm (food service midday to 5pm).
Our culinary team is passionate about simple cooking using fresh, local and seasonal produce. Come and sample food from Argyll, including seafood plucked straight from the loch or Winston Churchill’s venison, stalked by Winston himself.
Enjoy breakfast on the terrace, a leisurely brunch, a Loch Fyne Ale in the Lodge, a pre-dinner cocktail overlooking the marina or a dram by the fire before heading off to bed. Whatever you choose, you can be sure of a warm welcome and the very best of Scottish hospitality at Portavadie.
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