Stunning scenery and both excellent seafood and local game and meat draws people to the head of this loch, regardless of the season.
After a management buyout, and the creation of a National chain of restaurants (including an amalgamation with the Le Petit Blanc chain) this is where it all started - and is run as a separate business.
The restaurant is tourist-oriented, and can become a little hectic. I you're a real seafood lover, it's a small price to pay - as the quality would be hard to surpass.
As the name implies, oysters lead the pack - but their gravadlax, kippers, langoustines, rope-grown mussels, diver-caught scallops and smoked salmon follow close behind.
Cooked dishes include the likes of 'Smoked Haddock Chowder'; 'Grilled Lemon Sole' and 'Lemon Tart' - these are all carefully cooked.
As are the local beef and venison dishes also offered.
Service is good and knowledgeable No mobile phones.
- Food Style: Seafood
- Lunch: all week, 9.00-21.00 (earlier closing during winter months); mains courses from £14 to £52
- Dinner: all week, 9.00-21.00 (earlier closing during winter months; mains courses from £14 to £52
- Seats: 150
- Wine: a short, but adequate, wine list kicks off at about £13
- Children's portions: Yes
- Wheelchair access: Yes, including lavatory
- Parking: Yes
- Closed: 25th & 26th Dec; 1st & 2nd Jan
- Outside eating