Our meal was amazing. The flavours that were put together unbelievable. The staff were very polite also.
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We only learned about the restaurant over dinner in Oban the previous evening. So the next day's sailing was planned so we could arrive in time for dinner. It is small, intimate and quirky (in a positive way). And it was full, so we were...More
Intimate, informal and friendly, this temple to gasronomy clearly has a strong following. Carefuly crafted Scottish delights, using local, natural ingredients in novel and interesting ways. We gave up attempting to understand how the menu choices/pricing works, and just "went with the flow". Apart from...More
The Whitehouse was a pleasant surprise for us. It is a hidden treasure. A couple of the very view adverse reviews seem to have been written by people who were misled by the location into thinking this was pub type food. This is most definitely...More
We entered Loch Aline to await the tide before sailing west. The pontoon is inexpensive. On the wettest day in May, we were made welcome for lunch. Excellent service and food, ingenious and delicious cuisine. A very satisfactory lunch, and good value.
We had the four course meal which you can make up any way you want from the menu. Small portions but all DELICIOUS. Great presentation, helpful, friendly staff, not sure how it could be improved.
had a wonderful meal here everything we had was well presented and tasted great. good atmosphere and seating arranged well,
Advised the CHef is not well, so we wold be limited to a tasting menu, Oh my, always wante to try one of thos. The complimentary starter of a Mushroom soup, set the scene with it being stunning and rich in flavour, this followed by...More
We were camping in the area for a few days and discovered The Whitehouse by happy accident. On booking we were informed the set menu of six courses was a tasting menu and the tastes were absolutely astonishing. The very best of locally sourced ingredients...More