Phone: 01688 301 253

Saturday 29 October is our last night of the season.

 

Just a timely reminder that if you want to tickle your tastebuds with the freshest langoustine, oysters, crab, mussels and scallops the west coast of Scotland has to offer - make your dinner reservation now.  Tonight we also have gigha halibut, monkfish, seabass, turbot and lemon sole. 

We serve dinner from 5.30 right up to 11pm.  We only have a few spaces available to call and reserve a table: 01688 301 253  

No reservation required for lunch.

All of us here at Cafe Fish  owe a huge thanks to our lovely customers. its been an absolute blast as usual.  The season has flown in and thats thanks in no small part to it being such a pleasure coming to work in a happy  atmosphere with such wonderful customers.  We really do appreciate each and every one of you.  As always it has been an absolute pleasure and a privilege meeting, seating and feeding you, and we very much look forward to welcoming you back next season.  

Opening Hours Season 2016

 Open at 11am for fresh brewed coffee, tea and homemade scones.

Noon - 3pm Lunch
no bookings for at lunch.  first come, first served .

 

5.30pm - Dinner.  

Last orders 10pm.

Dinner bookings are advisable..  Phone 01688 301 253.

 

We welcome walk-ins, but please be aware 7pm to 9.00 pm is generally booked out a few days in advance.  its always better to book for dinner.

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Cafe Fish is very proud to announce they have been selected as one of Britain's Top 100 Restaurants 2015!

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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.

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Fast forward to 2016 and this small inauspicious venue has gained nationwide recognition as one of the best and most exciting places to eat in Scotland.

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"Cafe Fish provided us with the best meal of our whole trip"

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