A feast for all the senses – Loch Melfort Ho­tel and res­tau­rant

The Oban Times - - Leisure -

For the best of West Coast pro­duce, fresh and won­der­ful flavours, served in a stun­ning set­ting, look no fur­ther than Loch Melfort Ho­tel and Res­tau­rant.

Loch Melfort is sit­u­ated by Ar­d­u­aine Point next to Ar­d­u­aine Gar­dens and has di­rect ac­cess to the beach, where you can take a di­ges­tive stroll by the sea af­ter a lovely meal.

You can dine in the ho­tel’s 2AA Rosette res­tau­rant (evenings) or the more in­for­mal bistro (open all day for re­fresh­ments and drinks, as well as lunch and din­ner ser­vice). Both have di­rect sea views and you won’t fail to be taken in by the amaz­ing scenery, look­ing out over the Sound of Jura and the In­ner He­brides be­yond.

Loch Melfort is pas­sion­ate about good food and fine wine and this is re­flected in a menu that makes the most of Ar­gyll pro­duce and for­aged sum­mer in­gre­di­ents.

The bistro is a re­laxed bar and res­tau­rant with an em­pha­sis on fresh lo­cal seafood although meat lovers also get plenty of choice. It boasts a strong wine list and some ex­cel­lent lo­cal ales and draught beers.

The home-made ice­creams and bak­ing make it an ex­cel­lent choice for fam­i­lies with a play area next to the ter­race and our friendly lo­cal res­i­dents, the hens and High­land cows.

The res­tau­rant of­fers a won­der­ful din­ing ex­pe­ri­ence in com­fort­able, more for­mal sur­round­ings. The sea­sonal menu de­liv­ers op­tions that com­bine tra­di­tional dishes with mod­ern tech­niques, show­cas­ing a range of lo­cally-for­aged in­gre­di­ents from the woods and the sea. Sure to de­light food lovers from home and abroad. With a choice from the a la carte or ta­ble d’hôte menus and a beau­ti­ful wine list to se­lect from, a meal here is a lovely ex­pe­ri­ence you won’t for­get in a hurry.

Loch Melfort looks for­ward to wel­com­ing you this sum­mer.

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