CAFÉ FISH – “Seafood Nirvana”
The cafe will be closed from Monday 21 October until early March 2014. In the meantime we can be contacted by email at email@example.com – however please note we are unable to respond to 2014 booking enquiries until February 2014.
Café Fish first opened it doors back in 2004. It’s a family concern owned and managed by cousins Jane McDonald and award winning chef Liz McGougan. Fast forward to 2013 and this small inauspicious venue is gaining nationwide recognition as one of the best and most exciting places to eat in Scotland.
With a superb location on the upper floor of the Calmac building on Tobermory pier offering stunning sea views - from the alfresco terrace you can catch an amazing sunset and watch a selection of fresh seafood en route from the rugged coastal waters around Mull straight to your plate two hours later – there is quite simply no better place to enjoy your locally caught seafood.
Their own fishing boat, The Highlander, lands lobster, langoustines and squat lobsters every afternoon, and local fisherman supplement this with whatever treasures the sea throws up, making for a packed menu and bursting specials board to suit all. Their fish and shellfish can be served either simply seasoned and grilled with a lemon wedge or more adventurously in one of Café Fish’s inspired seafood creations. In addition you will find innovative vegetarian dishes, local corn-fed chicken and prime Aberdeen Angus steak, with homemade granary bread, desserts and scones adding to the charm of the small, family run restaurant . Your expectations won’t simply be met, they will be exceeded.
Café Fish offers more of a seafood experience than simply a meal – you are encouraged to pick up the shellfish and eat with your fingers. The vibe is intimate and deliberately informal, so DON’T expect frills or finesse, it’s unpretentious with plenty of atmosphere, fabulous friendly service and outstandingly fresh fish packed with flavours which speak for themselves.
It’s no wonder Café Fish were named UK Fish Restaurant of the Year by the Good Food Guide are in this year’s prestigious Sunday Telegraph list of the 300 Best Restaurants to eat in the UK
OPEN SEVEN DAYS A WEEK FOR DINNER
11am – freshly brewed coffee, tea and homemade scones.
Lunch noon till 3pm. Booking not required.
Dinner from 5.30pm with last orders at 10pm – and bookings are advisable. We welcome walk-ins, but please be aware 7pm to 9.00 pm is generally booked out a few days in advance
Please note when making a reservation that we cannot accommodate under 12’s after 8pm, and whilst we welcome infants during lunchtime service, we are unable to accommodate them in the evenings.