We ate here twice in the evening and also stopped for coffee one lunchtime. The menu is quite extensive, but centres on seafood. Everything we ate (mussels, fish and chips, hot and cold salmon salad, chicken curry - ok, so that's not seafood but it was home-made) was delicious and the portions were generous but not overwhelming. Given the remote location, the prices seemed very fair. The coffee was just about ok. The house wine was very good. The staff were mainly very friendly, including the patron, and the view of the loch and surrounding mountains cannot be faulted. Wish this was our local pub!
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