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Unfortunately, Dunoon is not famed for its culinary delights despite being situated on the Clyde estuary, however, if you look carefully, there are gems to be found.
For a special occassion or to try locally sourced Scottish ingredients try Chatters on John Street. Rosie ensures the ambience, presentation and taste of dishes are excellent. There is also a gallery for local artists in the conservatory area which is well priced. Booking usually necessary for dinner.
Well worth the drive, the Invercottage is in Strathlachlan forest on Loch Fyne. The chowder is exceptional and it specialises in some excellent seafood dishes. Booking vital as it is situated beside a caravan park so fills up very quickly
Slap bang in Argyll Street, as part of the Argyll Hotel, Rio is a new fusion restaurant serving Spanish and Italian dishes. Reasonably priced and in modern surroundings, it is worth a visit and doesn't usually require booking although it does get busy at weekends.The house Rosé wine is especially good.
If pub grub is what you are after, aim for the Olympian above the Bombay in the Queen's Hall. Although it has the ambience of a cafe, the food is reasonably priced and serves large portions. The pizza deal for two is particularly well priced and there are stunning views over the Coal Pier and Clyde estuary.
Fine Modern Scottish dining in this four star hotel. Booking essential.