Review on Kilcamb Lodge
Perched right on the edge of Loch Sunart, with 20 acres of lawns and woodland leading down to a private shoreline and the Strontian River, Kilcamb Lodge certainly has a great deal in its favour. A nature lover's dream, indeed – complete with a 'Tree House Suite' built above a fallen oak tree overlooking the loch and the beauties of Ardnamurchan.
In the kitchen, a stack of native Scottish raw materials forms the basis of straightforward lunches (confit of duck, hot-smoked salmon fishcakes et.al.) and more elaborate fixed-price dinner menus. Filleted skate wing with baby capers and lime burnt butter could start the ball rolling, before a soup or sorbet. Intricate main courses might involve baked suprême of free-range chicken (with myriad embellishments including sautéed cabbage, a Parmesan polenta cake, grain mustard and Madeira velouté) or seared organic salmon, which has smoked paprika, lemon risotto and Noilly Prat butter sauce for company.
Scottish cheeses arrive with oatcakes and a shot of port, while desserts range from an assiette of poached winter fruits with dark rum sabayon to an indulgent espresso crème brûlée with confit clementines in Armagnac syrup. The wine list is tilted towards France, but also pulls in other bottles from elsewhere.
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Modern Scottish / Seafood
Restaurant Opening Times
Lunch: 12.30 - 2.30pm Tue-Sun
Dinner: 7.30 - 9.00pm Mon-Sun
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card, American Express