Local, Seasonal, Fresh …..
We have always offered quality food but now we are
striving to use as much local produce as possible in our dishes,
not only to support our local community and economy,
but because West Scotland has some of the best produce on offer.
Everything is prepared fresh and is the result of inspiration
from the produce landed on our door step
We don't believe in locally 'sourcing',
Only locally growing or catching.
Fresh Fish & Shellfish
Eoghann MacLachlan – ‘Rambling Rose’
Providing all our fresh Scallops on a regular basis, which means we not only get the best produce, but the freshest with the fishing vessel landing her catch less than 100 yards from our kitchen.
Neil MacQueen – ‘My Tara’
Providing all our Langoustines, Squat Lobsters and Crabs. This is another one of our local fishing vessels which berths less than 100 yards from our kitchen.
D Watt & Son, Oban
Established 1903, Carol and Allan Watt supply all our fish which is landed daily in the late evening or early morning. We know that our customers experience the finest and freshest fish in the area.
Jackson Bros, Master Butcher, Oban
Established in 1932. They only source the finest Scottish beef and lamb selected directly from the best Scottish farms. We can be assured that full tractability can be in place to give confidence in the quality of their Scottish meat.
Fresh Fruit and Vegetables
Located just a few miles away in Oban, Breckenridge provides us with the freshest of ingredients for our menus. This helps us stay seasonal and vibrant, allowing our team to develop fresh ideas with forever changing specials.
Ice Cream & Milk
'Wee Isle Dairy'
Located on the Isle of Gigha we source all of our ice cream and a good percentage of our milk from this dairy. This again is another Island community which is always a good thing to support.
Isle of Luing Home Bakers
All of our home baking from the shortbread to the most delectable Coffee & Hazelnut cake (Chefs Personal Favourite) is made by our 17 volunteer home bakers right here on the island. Some would say this was hard work, we like to think of it as real passion for the Atlantic Islands Centre.
Sally started baking as a hobby for herself and friends and then went on to start her own bakery, as word spread of her outstanding breads and the selection on offer we soon became aware of her name and what she could bring to the Atlantic Islands Centre. We are proud to make this another addition to our expanding local produce.
From time to time we like to try out new ventures on the market and keep our toes in the water at all times. So if something is particular to your taste or even if it's not, we would like to hear so not only to improve our products but to feedback the good comments to our small local suppliers.
March - October:
Monday - Friday 10am - 5pm
Saturday 10am - late
Sunday 12am - 5pm
November - February:
Monday - Friday 11am - 4pm
Saturday 11am - late
Sunday 12am - 4pm
Food served from 12pm daily