Restaurants & Cafes

Black Isle Restaurants & Cafes

There are lots of great places to eat on and around the Black Isle that serve a selection of locally sourced produce. We hope that this resource will help you to enjoy them.

1Allangrange Arms

At the Allangrange, we try to incorporate as much local ingredients and Scottish produce as we can find, using suppliers on the Black Isle and surrounding areas for organic meats, game, fruit and vegetables during the seasons, as well as local fisher… More Information

2Anderson

Award winning restaurant and pub using beef, venison, potatoes, veg, eggs and seasonal fruit from the Black isle. Also local shellfish, beer and cheeses. In the Summer, Jim and Anne also grow their own salads and some vegetables in their own garden a… More Information

8Fortrose Cafe

Fortrose Cafe prides itself in serving good quality home cooked meals using local produce wherever possible. All the homebakes and soups are made daily on the premises. More Information

10IV10

IV10 is an independent, family run café, bar and deli in Fortrose. Be it brunch, lunch or dinner or just a drink with friends, IV10 is a place to be enjoyed at any time of the day. Our intention is that IV10 will become a vibrant hub of the community and a go to destination for visitors to the Black Isle.More Information

15Red Poppy Catering

Red Poppy Catering has gained a fine reputation as one of the highest quality outside caterers and providers of wedding catering in and around the Highlands. RedPoppy's most popular menus can be provided but all can be personalised to suit your e… More Information

20The Box

The Box is a disused horsebox which has been converted into a mobile pizzeria. Our pizzas are handmade and cooked in our wood fired oven, we make our own slow fermented dough and prepare all the toppings using local and Italian supplies. Menu choices… More Information

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Eating seasonally

  • Why not ask your local shopkeeper or market stallholders to recommend the best of what’s fresh now? 
  • Go on a nature walk, but take along a wild food book instead of a wildlife guide.   
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