Food & Drink
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At The Arisaig Hotel you can expect excellent food, freshly prepared and cooked, with a mixture of standard favourites and more imaginative dishes to tempt you.
Food is available to residents and non-residents throughout the day 7 days a week, whether you want tea or coffee, a snack, a hearty lunch, or a relaxed evening meal.
Children are welcome in all areas and well-behaved dogs are welcome in the bar. Lunches are available from 12.30-2.30, dinners from 5.30-8.30, with teas, coffees, home-made scones and cakes available at other times.
All our food is prepared on site, using local produce wherever possible; the freshest fish, locally reared beef and lamb when available, and fresh cooked vegetables. Our versatile chefs bake their own bread, as well as oatcakes, biscuits etc. The desserts are to die for! The regular menu is kept fairly small but each day you will find specials on the board to give you variety if you come and eat regularly.
We will do our best to cater for your dietary requirements if you let us know in good time.
Be sure to leave space for dessert!
Your dining choices
Enjoy a relaxed coffee, lunch or evening meal in the Crofter's Bar, the Lounge Bar, or soak up the rays on the deck; overlooking the bay, it catches the sun most of the day.
There is a special children's menu and also a playroom next to the Lounge Bar, equipped with a good range of toys, to keep the youngsters entertained.
Formal - The Dining Room
The Dining Room is available for group bookings by arrangement.
When re-furbishing the dining room, local artist, Laura Kingswood, was commissioned to paint flowers to echo those of the William Morris curtains. These hang in the restaurant, along with a selection of local landscape prints by Cath Waters.
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We have a well stocked bar with a selection of local ales available, a range of malt whiskies and a wine list to cater for most tastes.
If you have a request please let us know and we can try and source it for you.
There is regular evening entertainment in the Crofter’s bar – most often on a Friday evening from 9p.m.- when Tam the Banjo and friends have a traditional music session. Other musicians are booked form time to time, so keep an eye on what's on by liking and sharing our Facebook page.