Top quality cuisine in a beautiful dining room with attentive (but never overbearing) service. Excellent.
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Brilliant wee gem of a restaurant in Arisaig. Only a few tables so do book in advance. The menu was reall lovely and very local, but understandably small. Lovely specials available, so that gave us a bit re variety as we were booked in for...More
There are not too many options in Arisaig to have dinner but for our fortune this place was there and had a free table for us. Nice staff, good service, oerall a good place to spend a pleasant evening. Food was very good however found...More
Lovely meal had here the night we stayed. The scallops were simply divine. Nice range of dishes. Staff were attentive and friendly
We wanted to find a small out of the way spot to enjoy Scotland beauty. We found it here. The real gems at the Old Library are the staff and the food! Katie helped us check in, sweet and helpful. Great personality made us feel...More
We enjoyed a nice meal in a nice setting, I had a lovely sticky chicken dish and my hubby had a fantastic fish dish. They were very accommodating to our son and made him plain chicken. I would return.
We were very lucky to get a table here on a busy Monday evening in summer. Best to book in advance. I had the salmon special and it was really excellent. Service was excellent and they were a very efficient team. Highly recommended!
I was recently on a family tour of our roots (21 of us!) and we were lucky to have time for some sea kayaking out of Arisaig. Prior to our adventure we took over the Old Library for lunch. I had the utterly delicious cullen...More
We were lucky enough to enjoy the last of the evening sun eating outside & the view was lovely along with the service. Fish & chips convinced me to stay for dessert & I’m so glad I did. Will definitely be back if I visit...More
We fancied fish and chips for a fairly quick early evening meal. We were not disappointed as the service was good and we enjoyed a very nice serving of haddock with chips in a little basket (nice touch) and mushy peas. The tartar sauce was...More