A LA CARTE MENU

to start...

Soup of the Day (V) £4.50
served with crusty bread.

Inverawe Smoked Trout £6.95
with apple salsa & wild rocket.

Roast Wood Pigeon £7.25
with Stornoway black pudding & toasted pine nuts.

Pea & Mint Risotto £6.50 (V)
finished with parmesan cheese & rocket.

Arisaig Platter £7.95
with smoked venison, Argyll smoked ham and pickled fish.

Poached Pear & Roast Beetroot Salad £6.95 (V)
with blue cheese.

Garlic King Prawns £6.75
served with garlic bread & rocket salad.

Goats Cheese and Roast Cherry Tomato Salad £6.50 (V)
with balsamic.

Shetland Mussels £7.25
in a smoked cheese & leek sauce.

the land...

Duo of Game £17.95
wild venison & wood pigeon with celeriac puree, mini roast vegetables and winter berry jus.

Homemade Vegetarian Sausages (V) £11.95
with kale mash & roast tomato sauce.

Hand Cut Scottish Sirloin Steak £21.95
served thick cut chips, grill garnish and a choice of sauces. – pepper sauce | diane sauce | whisky sauce | garlic butter

Roast Guinea Fowl £15.50
cooked in a pearl barley & Schiehallion casserole.

Celebration of Pork £15.95 (for 1) | £30.95 (for 2)
roast loin, pulled pork, Stornoway black pudding, crispy bacon, apple and carrot purees & a sticky balsamic jus.

Wild Mushroom Risotto £13.50 (V)
with parmesan & rocket.

the sea...

King Prawn & Pea Risotto £14.50
with parmesan & rocket.

Scottish Salmon £14.95
garlic greens & crushed potatoes.

Seafood Bowl £15.75
clams, prawns, mussels and crevettes in a white wine and garlic sauce.

Poached Pollack £14.95
in a saffron and Pernod mussel broth and finished with toasted almonds

Arisaig Classics

Chicken Fillet 13.95
with haggis, creamy mash and whisky sauce

Haggis & Clapshot 12.95
with a Whisky gravy

Breaded Haddock 11.50
with thick cut chips, mushy peas and homemade tartar sauce

Sea & Land Board £20.50 (for 1) – £38.50 (for 2)
Shetland mussels, king prawns, crevettes, wood pigeon, rabbit, fillet of beef served with salad

desserts...

SAMPLE DESSERTS MENU
Our desserts are made on the premises. We change our dessert menu every week.

Lemon Posset £4.95
Served with shortbread

Sticky Toffee Pudding £4.95
Served with toffee sauce & ice cream

Chocolate Brownie £5.95
With hazelnuts & ice cream

Cappuccino Cheesecake £4.95
with a berry compote

Crannachan £4.95

Cheeseboard £7.95

CONFERENCE MENU

Delegate Menu

Minimum Covers Apply

To Start

Soup of the Day
served with crusty bread

Fennel & Herb Dumplings
with a rich tomato sauce

Arisaig Fishcakes
served with home made tartar sauce

Chicken Liver Pâté
served with spiced fruit compote & oatcakes

Haggis Fritters
served with onion gravy

Main Course

Chicken Breast
with haggis, mixed greens and Whisky sauce

Seared Scottish Salmon
with crushed potatoes and buttered greens

Haggis & Clapshot
with whisky gravy

Pumpkin Risotto
with roast chestnut salad and finished with Parmesan

Seafood Bowl
Shetland mussels, king prawns and crevettes in a white wine and garlic butter sauce

Desserts

Chocolate Brownie
served with pistachio ice cream

Crannachan Ice Cream

Clootie Dumpling
with brandy cream

KIDS MENU

All Fresh and made on the premises

Homemade fish fingers
with chips & beans

Homemade chicken nuggets
with chips & beans

Penne pasta
with butter or tomato sauce

LUNCH MENU

CHOOSE A STARTER & A MAIN COURSE FOR ONLY £9.95

SERVED THURSDAY 12PM – 3PM
FRIDAY TO SUNDAY 12PM – 4PM

STARTERS

Soup of the Day (V)

Smoked Cheese & Leek Tart (V)
Served with roast tomato & balsamic

Homemade Fishcakes
with a sweet chilli salsa

Haggis Fritters
with onion gravy

Chicken Liver Pate
served with a spiced fruit compote & oatcakes

Spring Salad
a selection of seasonal vegetables and foraged herbs
(also available as a main course)

MAIN COURSE

Arisaig Sausages
with a creamy mash and onion gravy

Haggis & Clapshot
with a whisky sauce

Pea & Broadbean Risotto
with rocket, Parmesan and lemon dressing

Breaded Haddock
with chips, mushy peas and tartar sauce

King Prawn & Pea Risotto

Braised Ox Cheeks
with a mushroom & onion gravy

Chicken & Bacon Salad
with a honey mustard dressing

Stornoway Black Pudding & Smoked Bacon Salad
with mixed leaves and boiled egg

Lemon & Lime Salmon Salad
with cos, rocket and potato salad

PRE-THEATRE MENU

Pre Theatre

Two Courses £11.95

Three Courses £13.95

Starters

Soup of the Day (V)
Served with crusty bread

Haggis Fritters
served with an onion gravy

Arisaig Fishcakes
served with a sweet chilli salsa

Spring Salad
seasonal vegetables and foraged herbs

Fennel & Herb Dumplings
served with a roast tomato sauce

Mains

Roast Chicken Breast
with haggis, mixed greens and gravy

Haggis & Clapshot
with a whisky gravy

Braised Ox Cheeks
with creamy mash and an onion and mushroom sauce

Seared Salmon
served with crushed potatoes and buttered greens

Breaded Haddock
with thick cut chips, mushy peas and homemade tartar sauce

Sweet Pea & Mixed Vegetable Risotto
with rocket, Parmesan and lemon dressing

Desserts

Crannachan Ice Cream

Clothe Dumpling
served with brandy cream

VALENTINES MENU £25.00

Starters

Soup of the Day
served with crusty bread

Inverawe Smoked Trout
With a vodka and mustard dressing and rocket salad

Mixed Garlic And Blue Cheese Mushrooms
Served on toast

Main Course

Seafood Bowl
Clams, prawns, mussels and crevettes in a white wine and garlic sauce.

Pork Loin
with Stornoway Black Pudding, mash and apple sauce

Roast Chicken Breast
with mixed greens and spiced lentil sauce

Homemade Vegetarian Sausages
with rocket, tomato sauce and cornmeal fritters

Desserts

Poached Pear
with white chocolate sauce

Banana Sponge
with ice cream

WINE LIST

White Wine

7. Sauvignon Blanc, Los Espinos, Chile £4.50 (175ml) £5.95 (250ml) £16.95 (bottle)

Refreshing, crisp and slightly fragrant Sauvignon. Endlessly quaffable and ideal with spicy or strong flavoured dishes

8. Pinot Grigio, Casa Defra, Italy £4.80 (175ml) £6.80 (250ml) £19.95 (Bottle)

A deliciously refreshing white with subtle citrus hints and easy drinking style. Crisp, dry and very moreish.

9. “Pic Poul de Pinet” Coteaux de Languedoc, Domaine De Montredon, France £21.00

Made from the old southern French variety Picpoul, this is becoming something of a cult wine. On the nose there are citrus notes and just a hint of saltiness. The palate is lively and fresh. A classic match for oysters and seafood.

10. Verdicchio Dei Castelli Di Jesi, Tenuta Tavignano, Italy £24.50

Subtle, restrained and sassy aptly describes this bright little Italian number. Crisp and lively on the palate with hints of citrus and apple blossom followed by touches of honey and mineral. The finish is taught, tangy and moreish.

11. Sauvignon Blanc, “Stoney Range” Sherwood, Marlborough, New Zealand £6.50 (175ml) £8.50 (250ml) £25.50 (Bottle)

A pronounced, herbaceous nose with plenty of ripe gooseberries, guava and nettles on the nose – very typically Malborough style. The palate is crisp, racy and mouth-watering with hints of grapefruit, guava and gooseberry followed by a long, enticing finish.

12. Sancerre Blanc, Domaine Crochetm France £34.50

Domaine Crochet produces classic Sancerre – dry with leafy blackcurrant and gooseberry fruit and a cool, lingering finish. Textbook Sancerre from a well respected, typical producer.

13. Chablis, Domaine Defraix, France £32.00

A top notch examle from a respected grower. Defraix Chablis displays minerally, flinty notes on the nose with touches of green apple. The palate is elegant, dry and characterised by crisp, citrus flavours overlaid with smokey notes. Long, complex finish.

14. Chardonnay, “The Googly”, One Chain Vineyards, Australia £4.80 (175ml) £6.80 (250ml) £19.95 (bottle)

Lovely ripe melon and apple characters mingle with touches of pear and honey. Bright, zingy and well balanced, it is ideal with meaty fish or on its own.

15. Albarino, Lager de Bouza, Spain £28.50

Albarino has long been likened to Riesling for its lemony, crisp style but this indigenous grape of the region Galicia has a personality very much of its own. Paired with seafood or shellfish, it is a delicate, invigorating partner.

16. Soave DOC, “Campo le Calle”, Latium, Italy £27.50

Harvested late, in the first week of October, this is more weighty, complex and structured than the regular Soave. Intense and full this has aromas and flavours of stone fruit and a long, mineral finish.

17. Chenin Blanc, Aloe Tree, South Africa £16.95

A delightfully crisp, fruit driven white with hints of green apple and pear on the nose. Bright. juicy fruit on the palate with a tangy, refreshing finish.

18. Riesling, Sherwood Estate, New Zealand £24.50

Restrained apple and pear fruit on the nose with hints of lime. Well balanced, crisp and rounded, showing good concentration of tangy lime fruit character offset by touches of honey.

19. Viognier, IGP Pays D’Oc, Mont Rocher, France £19.50

Haunting honeysuckle and apricot aromas on the nose with a rich, almost anctuous palate that is somehow still dry, tangy and refreshing.

Red Wine

20. Tempranillo, Centelleo, Spain £4.50 (175ml) £5.95 (250ml) £16.95 (Bottle)

Spain’s most famous grape variety, Tempranillo is full of juicy bramble and cherry fruit with hints of spice. Deliciously supple and succulent, it is great on its own or with grilled lamb cutlets, mild curries or casseroles.

21. Merlot, Los Espinos, Chile £17.95

Juicy red fruit packed with supple bramble and blackberry fruit. Soft, creamy tannins and a lip smacking finish.

22. Pinot Noir, Duette, Chile £27.50

On the nose it has abundant, ripe red fruit with floral notes. On the palate it has a soft, delicate texturw with the lively acidity that is typical of Pinot Noir.

23. Rioja, De Alto, Finca Manzanos, Spain £4.80 (175ml) £6.80 (250ml) £19.95 (bottle)

De Alto is a modern interpretation of Rioja. Full of succulent red fruit with hints of vanilla, mocha and liquorice, De Alto is a beautifully balanced and structured wine.

24. Reserva Carmenere, Nostros, Chile £4.75 (175ml) £6.70 (250ml) £18.50 (bottle)

Carmenere is originally from Bordeaux but has found a new home in Chile where it makes wines somewhere between Merlot and Cabernet but with a little more peppery spice character. Nostros Reserva has a concentrated, plummy fruit, touches of chocolate and spice and a long velvety finish.

25. Pinotage Ruby Cabernet, McGregor Estate, South Africa £19.50

A ripe, fruit laden red with hints of blueberry and plums. Rounded, soft and warming on the palate with a juciy, bright finish.

26. Cabernet Sauvignon, “Puglist”, One Chain Vineyards, Australia £21.00

The 2008 Cabernet from the Limestone Coast displays all the rugged and powerful characteristics of the best Australian Cabernet, yet it is also elegant and balanced. The wine is deep and generous with blackcurrants, plums and wood spice on the palate. The finish is long, silky and smooth.

27. Chianti DOCG, Borgo Cipressi, Italy £22.50

A superbly balanced medium bodied red with juicy red fruit character and hints of dried cherries and chocolate. The palate is structured but never heavy, supremely savoury and very moreish.

28. Shiraz, “The Opportunist”, Limestone Coast, Australia £5.50 (175ml) £7.50 (250ml) £21.00 (bottle)

This Shiraz would normally sell for twice the price but opportunity came our way and this is the result. A deep, inviting crimson black with an intense cassis, plum and bramble nose. Rich, voluptuous and silky on the palate with creamy black fruits and a little savoury smokiness from oak.

29. “Q” Malbec, Zuccardi, Argentina £36.00

The variety that Argentina has almost claimed as its own. Dark, rich and intense with deep leathery fruit cake like fruit, balanced oak and great length.

30. Chateau Ferrand, St. Emilion Grand Cru, France £68.00

Reaching its plateau of maturity, showing ripe, plummy fruits with hints of cassis and cedar. Well integrated tannin provides structure to a wine of great elegance and complexity.

31. Cabernet Sauvignon, Crossbarn, Paul Hobbs, Napa Valley, California £75.00

Paul Hobbs is one of the most influential winemakers anywhere in the world and his own label provides text book Cabernet. Structured, with ripe cassis, black olive and mocha. Supple, yet dense and delicious.

32. Shiraz, “Gnarly Dudes”, Two Hands, Barossa Valley £45.00

Inspired by the old gnarled Shiraz vines and by a phrase in the film “The Big Lebowski”, Gnarly Dudes is a declassification of Two Hand’s famed Bella’s Garden Shiraz. Immensely concentrate with an almost opaque core of ripe, intense black fruits, it has a silky smooth texture followed by savoury, creamy fruit and hints of charred meats and coffee. The finish is well structured but opulent, enveloping and very very long.

Rosé Wine

6. Rosado Tempranillo, Centelleo, Spain £4.50 (175ml) £5.95 (250ml) £16.95 (bottle)

Succulent, juicy and fruit filled, this wine simply screams of lazy summer days, the first rays of sun on your back and the smack of salt on your lips from a grilled, freshly caught sardine…

Champagne

1. Perrier Jouet Grande Brut, N/V £6.55 (125ml) £34.95(bottle)

A fresh fizz with light appley fruit and citrus notes that linger on the elegant finish. Superbly balanced.

2. Louis Roederer Cristal 2002 £195.00

The ultimate cuvee prestige Champagne. Creamy and smooth with complex,lingering flavours.

3. Perrier Jouet Rosé, N/V £75.00

Elegant and crisp with soft, strawberry like fruit and a long creamy finish.

4. Perrier Jouet, Le Belle Epoque 1999 £95.00

Perrier Jouet’s top offering, made great by a high proportion of Cramant Grand Cru Chardonnay. It is lively and fresh, with vanilla and slightly honeyed aromatics that change on the palate to citrus with a hint of tropical fruit at the close. Long and lingering, and with the added benefit of being one of the most beautiful bottles in the world.

Sparkling Wine

5. Prosecco “Oro” Casa Defra, Italy £5.50 (125ml) £18.95 (bottle)

A delightfully frothy sparkler with aromatic apple and pear flavours on the nose followed by a crisp palate of succulent fruits. Gently foamy, just off dry and possessing an enticing, bright finish.

Dessert WInes

Pink Moscato 2009, Innocent Bystander, Yarra Valley, Australia £11.50 (1/2 bottle)

An exotic, gently frothing mix of watermelon, rose petals and summer fruits. Spritzy, scented with a cleansing pink grapefruit finish. Frighteningly easy to drink and versatile, perfect to start, with dessert or on its own.

Ringbark Reisling 2008, Plantagnet, Great Southern, Australia £5.95 (100ml) £21.95 (1/2 bottle)

Quite floral with background notes of slate and lemon rind. A fine yet supple plate, with lovely natural acidity and long lingering citrus flavours.