The food is mouthwatering! Auberge's blend of French and Hebridean cuisine is quite simply a tastebud sensation. Having eaten in restaurants all over the world my opinion is that this small restaurant tucked away in a beautiful bay on the Atlantic coast of the Isle of Lewis can stand with the best of them. Some of the dishes which utilise the freshest of local produce (especially seafood) prepared with more than a smattering of Gallic influence are a delight.
I am not a frequent reviewer but I was so taken aback at some of the comments posted here that I felt I should give my opinion. One reviewer described "portions small and prices high" so perhaps they were expecting something different. The food on offer at this establishment is top quality and the chef has developed some exquisite gastronomic creations. In addition my experience was that the portions were just right, after a meal I was satisfied and not overly full and always contemplating a return to experience the full range of the menu.
I love food, I enjoy making good food and 95% of restaurants I visit cannot make better food than I can make myself. Auberge is very definitely not in that category - perhaps because I know I can never achieve this level of culinary excellence I truly appreciate somewhere I can enjoy memorable food.
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