We are now Closed for the Season. See you March 2018.
Allowing the sea loch and mountain views to take centre stage alongside our simple yet elegant seafood dishes, our café is designed modest and unamusing, featuring original sculpture by Heather M Cumming.
With large windows to provide stunning Highland views from many tables.
Live shellfish for our family run Restaurant and Deli is kept in seawater tanks in the adjacent worldwide shellfish distribution centre. After being caught locally by our own fishing boats, the shellfish is stored in these tanks, where the water is pumped continuously from the cold clean sea-loch on our shore. This allows our Chefs to access the freshest possible west coast seafood for the Restaurant and our Deli before exported to various UK and global fish-markets.
From tanks to table our seafood cannot get any fresher than cooked to order fresh from the water, offering the highest quality Scottish seafood. Stop into our tank room to see the shellfish and then watch our team of Chefs prepare meals in our open plan kitchen.
The extensive shellfish menu incorporates fresh lobster, langoustines, crab, mussels, various clams, scallops and oysters. This is complemented by our daily specials black-board featuring seasonal & catch of the day specials, including fresh fish from the local fishing port, Mallaig, locally sourced meats and vegetarian options.
All our dishes on the menu including soups and deserts are prepared fresh by our team of experienced Chefs.
Look to the blackboard specials menu for a large variety of choices.
We have local beers from River Leven Ales and an extensive wine list which will compliment any meal.
Our terrace provides the perfect setting for alfresco dining on a warm summers day. Soak up the views of the Pap of Glencoe and Loch Leven, with a plate of langoustines or mussels and a glass of Albario for a unique dining experience.
We aim to provide the best Scottish shellfish, expertly cooked, in a relaxed and comfortable environment - all at affordable prices.
Original sculpture on restaurant wall
Lochleven Seafood Café : Gallery