We visited the Gille Brighdhe Restaurant and Cafe a week or two after it opened. I can not praise the quality of food and atmosphere enough. Aart and Amanda were wonderful hosts and had created a sumptuous dinner menu of local delights including scallops, venison, pork and catch of the day. The wine menu was varied and interesting and the on-tap Loch Ness 80 shilling ale is a must. The ginger chocolate cheese cake and Aart's sticky toffee pudding were divine. We have young children and they have a great children's menu. We were staying in a local holiday cottage and ended up eating there multiple times for lunch and dinner. For non-local residents the drive up to Lower Diabeg and the setting and views outside the restaurant are beautiful. On a sunny day the beer garden offers a spectacular view.
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