Plockton

Jewel of the Highlands

Plockton Shores Restaurant

Plockton Shores Restaurant

On the shores of Loch Carron, in the scenic village of Plockton, you will find The Shores — a small friendly restaurant with a local flavour, where you will be welcomed with Highland hospitality by Ian and Anne James and their team. We aim to provide the finest quality food, using fresh local produce wherever possible, in a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere. You can take in spectacular views from across the bay where you can see sailing, wildlife, even a castle and palm trees!

Children welcome.

We are fully licensed with a selection of quality wines.

A small grocery store lies within the premises to cater for your stay in the village.

Ian and Anne are pleased to welcome you to The Shores.

Our opening times are 9.00 am to 9.00 pm

 

Local langoustine and mussels
The interior of Plockton Shores
Fantastic locally sourced sea food
Delicious fish dishes

Contact

Ian & Anne James
Plockton Shores, 30 Harbour Street, Plockton, Ross-shire IV52 8TN

phone: 01599 544 263
email: enquiries@plocktonshoresrestaurant.com
web: http://www.plocktonshoresrestaurant.com

At a glance

open: All year
pets allowed: No
smoking allowed: No
card payment available: Yes

at the Plockton Shores  Bistro . . .

scallops hand dived off the local coasts and supplied by Maddie at Kyle

steaks and most other meats delivered frequently by George, our local butcher

langoustines fished by Plockton fishermen — Gavin and Ronan

venison sourced from Scottish Glens and supplied by Roy of Letterfinlay, Fort William

fish reeled in by Andy Race and his crew from Mallaig, and Andy Wiseman of Aultbea

mussels grown in the waters of Loch Eishort on the Isle of Skye

award-winning cheeses churned in the local township of Achmore by David and Kathy

during the day we serve a selection of light lunches (including freshly made sandwiches) and a choice of dishes from our grill, including fish and shellfish

venison sourced from Scottish Glens and supplied by Roy of Letterfinlay, Fort William

fish reeled in by Andy Race and his crew from Mallaig, and Andy Wiseman of Aultbea

mussels grown in the waters of Loch Eishort on the Isle of Skye

award-winning cheeses churned in the local township of Achmore by David and Kathy

during the day we serve a selection of light lunches (including freshly made sandwiches) and a choice of dishes from our grill, including fish and shellfish

home baking and fresh coffee is available throughout the day

vegetarian options and a children’s menu always available