Loch Lomond Arms Hotel, Main Street, Luss, G83 8NY
"Come unto me, all ye that labor in the stomach, and I will restore you" Motto over door of the first restaurant 1765 - Motto over door of the first restaurant 1765
"Wan o’ the barbaric things aboot life is the way we a’ need tae stop what w’all dain n’ attend to some eatin!" - Rob Roy MacGregor
Matching the mood of the moment and occasion is Loch Lomond’s speciality and when it comes to dining out, the choice, quality and Scottish ambiance is unsurpassed.
Dining out in and around Loch Lomond, offers a wide selection of restaurants to suit all tastes, occasions and price range. We have every kind of eating establishment, from the grandest of places for the most delicate palate to the humble chippie so take heed ~ the choice will be a difficult one! From cosy country inns n’ rural restaurants nestled at the foot of our majestic mountains, to the local towns n’ villages with their own unique hospitality restaurants, cafes n’ pubs serving local produce, be advised we have it all.
The Bonnie Banks of Loch Lomond and the surrounding countryside provides one of the most wonderful and memorable locations in Scotland and is the idyllic setting for your holiday feast.
As the old saying goes “eat, drink and be merry” as you visit one of the many enticing Loch Lomond eating venues.
There are plenty of places to dine around Loch Lomond. There is a wide selection of restaurants, cafes, coffee shops and bars. Some of the bars and restaurants are in the hussle and bussel of a vibrant town or it could be in a rural part of Loch Lomond. Nothing can beat chilling out with a beer and some lovely food looking at the beautiful sceneray around Loch Lomond. Eating out in Loch Lomond is a joy that must be experienced.
We have listed a range of restaurants to suit all tastes.
Loch Lomond Arms Hotel
At the heart of the Loch Lomond Arms Hotel is a traditional village pub and restaurant, offering the best of Scottish hospitality and fresh, seasonal food served throughout all the main public rooms. The bar is very much at the heart of the village, a place where locals can catch up on the day's news and relax away from home.
Equally, with its warming log fires and traditional décor, the bar restaurant is a welcome haven for travellers stopping off on a long journey or hotel guests enjoying special west coast hospitality. Under the guiding hand of Head Chef, Peter Wilson, this stylish Loch Lomond restaurant and bar offers traditional, fresh and locally sourced food, with a modern and stylish twist
Colquhoun’s at Lodge on Loch Lomond Hotel
Colquhoun’s is a 2 AA rosette restaurant offering a varying menu selection, using the finest Scottish ingredients. With panoramic, breathtaking views of the Loch and mountains it is a beautiful location for dining. It is open for lunch and dinner, plus light meals and snacks. (Please check with restaurant for opening times). It’s popular with residents, locals and those looking for a special location accompanied with excellent food. Ideal venue for Sunday lunch or a special celebration, such as birthdays and anniversaries.
The restaurant here at Ardlui is warm, welcoming and the perfect retreat after a day’s activities around the loch. We source as much of our ingredients as possible locally, with Loch Lomond salmon and Argyll venison typically on the menu. Authentic country house cooking is our forte and we’re proud to serve traditional Scottish country cooking prepared on site by our in-house Chefs.
After a relaxing dinner there’s no better place to unwind that in one of our cosy bars. Our Lomond Bar has an authentic wood burning stove (perfect for misty Loch Lomond evenings!), a pool table, a jukebox and Sky Sports for those all important matches. Our subdued lounge bar has an elegant feel with mood lighting, comfy seating and an extensive whisky menu for your perusal. We can also cater for small functions in our restaurant, please contact us directly to discuss your requirements.
The Oak Tree Inn
You can be assured that a warm welcome awaits you in the Oak Tree Inn with its huge roaring log fire and intoxicating range of ales and spirits. Constructed from a 300 year old elm tree, the bar area is an ideal spot for you to enjoy a quiet drink or indulge yourself in the stimulating atmosphere of both local and fellow travellers' company. Combining the best of Scottish traditional cooking and unique delicacies such as Atlantic Char, we are confident our menu has something for everyone. Daily Seasonal Specials are a popular feature of our menu. Snacks, bar meals and traditional afternoon teas are also served. We were awarded Gastro Pub of the Year in 2008.
The Drovers Inn
The Drovers accommodation is, shall it be said, not based on your standard hotel bedroom. It reflects the tradition and history of the building and replicates the ambience of the downstairs areas but no two are in any other way similar. With a mix of styles, décor and facilities it is the Inn’s contention that staying in The Drovers’ should be as much of an “experience” as eating and drinking is!
There are a mix of standard rooms and en suite twin, double and family rooms. The juxtaposition of the Duke of Argyll’s original bed being next door to a Jacuzzi bath is both amusing and eccentric. But that’s the Drovers for you through and through. Expect the unexpected and you won’t be disappointed.
Mr.C’s Fish and Whisky Restaurant and Bar
The new Inn at Inverbeg offers stylish accommodation, whilst still retaining all the warmth and charm of an auld Scottish Inn. Enjoy Mr.C’s Fish and Whisky Bar and Restaurant, with its unique menu of traditional fish and chips, fresh seafood and Buccleuch steaks and burgers.
The West Coast Fish Tea is a popular option for many. The menu is available to sit-in or take-away. The bar stocks over 200 of Scotland’s finest whiskies, real ales, plus traditional live folk music during Summer months. Located on the A82, main route to Crianlarich, it’s a fantastic food stop for those travelling the West Coast, or those out and about in the area for the day.
For the finest Indian cuisine in Rhu, please look no further than Golden Star. If you are looking for somewhere exciting and new to eat, you should come to us and you will not be disappointed. Instead of the same old pub food, try exciting your senses with our range of spices and delicious dishes. Call us today to book a table!
We ensure we use only the finest ingredients and that all our food is freshly prepared and made from scratch. We pride ourselves on the exceptional service and the high quality food we offer. With over twenty five years of experience in the Indian cuisine trade, we have built up a substantial reputation for ourselves. If you want a truly authentic dining experience, please visit us today.
At the Princess Rose our meals are individually prepared to the highest standard, in the traditional Cantonese and Pekinese manner. Depending in the number of persons dining, a Chinese dinner should be ordered to consist of different forms of food and flavours. We have a superb range of appetisers and soups and a fine selection of wines to finish your meal. We trust you will have an enjoyable meal at the Princess Rose.