Renowned for over 20 years for its superb seafood, Crannog enjoys a quiet location on the edge of Loch Linnhe, Fort William – but is easily spotted by its distinctive red roof. The loch-side location has the advantage of allowing Crannog to take its pick of the catch, direct from the boats and so the freshness and quality of the seafood is second to none. With fish this fresh and so full of flavour, the chef’s let them do the talking using simple, classic cooking methods to ensure the fish remains the centrepiece of the meal and the flavours are enhanced.
Information on Crannog , Town Pier , Fort William
|Average Cost:||£92.80 (three course dinner for two including 1 bottle of house wine, 1 bottle of mineral water and coffee)|
Open: Daily 12:00-14:30, 18:00-21:30
Closed: 25 Dec, 26 Dec, 1 Jan
Seating Capacity: 60
Wheel Chair Access: Yes
Accreditation: Good Food Guide
|Local Directions:||Plese contact us for directions.|
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Sun 01 Jan 2012 – Wed 01 Jan 2020
Enjoy two courses at lunchtime from a selection of freshly prepared and beautifully cooked dishes. Our lunchtime specials change daily depending on the catch landed; marinated mackerel with fennel and orange salad could be joined by steamed mussels and clams with chorizo and garlic. We also offer a range of dishes for non-seafood lovers too. Pop in this lunchtime to find out what's available.
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