Very enjoyable conservatory style restaurant with local artists' work on the walls, overlooking the westerly Kyle of Bute across to the Isle of Bute, the location of this restaurant is as much its attraction as the food, which is very good. Our seafood starters - one scallops, the other langoustine and clams - were excellent with delectable sauces. We followed with burgers as we thought, rightly, that the standard would be good. However, there was rather too much on the plate - I do think burgers might be served without the roll - with chips as well, we were rather too full for desserts. Next time (and there will be a next time), we'll stick to seafood.
The service was friendly and companionable and this is an ideal place for Sunday lunch. I recommend it especially for local people as Tighnabruaich is not the most accessible of places! But for those wanting a good day out from Glasgow (ferry across the Clyde and over the Cowal hills makes a scenically beautiful journey) you couldn't do better