Review on Temple View Hotel
Situated at the southern end of North Uist, this cosy family-run hotel takes its name from the thirteenth-century ruins of Trinity Temple, which are visible from the front of the converted Victorian house.
The fixed-price dinner menu has a traditional Scottish flavour and a fondness for fish, whether it's Salar salmon fishcakes, pan-fried Kallin scallops in white wine, garlic and butter or grilled fillet of sea trout. Otherwise start with a tower of haggis, black and white pudding with whisky sauce, and move on to roast leg of Hebridean lamb with mint and honey gravy. Desserts are old favourites - rich fruit pudding with custard, whisky-laced trifle and so on.
Light lunches are served in the conservatory/bar, where the menu moves from sandwiches and soups to roasts, steaks and omelettes. To drink, there are beers from the Hebridean Brewing Company and a short list of carefully chosen wines.
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Restaurant Opening Times
Dinner: 7.00 - 9.00pm Mon-Sun
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card