Our top chef takes full advantage of nature’s abundant harvest from nearby sea, lochs, rivers and our rich farmland and manages to combine simplicity with sophistication to ensure that you enjoy the very best of Highland cuisine.
We operate a Table d’hote menu which changes daily, along with an A la carte menu based on traditional Scottish and Seafood dishes.
A mere stone’s throw from The Square, the hub of the village, the Lovat Arms boasts an award-winning restaurant that majors in traditional reared local beef, lamb and venison.
The Square, Beauly IV4 7BXThe quality of the local produce is reflected in every dish served here.
Beauly Tandoori Restaurant
Country-house hotel with an elegant dining room where wide-ranging, creative menus are offered. Awarded one AA rosette.
Our extensive menu offers choices to suit most tastes and are freshly made to order.
New to Muir of Ord, the closest village to Big Sky, Bad Girl Bakery is all about cake. Cake that tastes really, really good.
Situated in the heart of Dingwall, a Highland town 14 miles North of Inverness, Cafe India has encompassed the authentic taste of India for over 20 years.
Situated in the Highlands of Scotland on the shore of the Cromarty Firth with outstanding views over to the Black Isle, The Storehouse offers relaxed dining throughout the day and a fabulous shop packed full of local farm produce and gifts.
Located right on the banks of the river Ness the River House sources the finest seasonal and sustainable produce from around the Highlands and Islands of Scotland.
ArtysansCafé is an ideal place for breakfast before shopping or work, light lunches, teas, coffees and great baking – all available and freshly made on site.
The Rajah is the longest established Indian Restaurant in the Highlands (since 1982). Providing superior quality food and service to locals and visitors alike.
Eden court is a fabulous local venue and the main Theatre in the Highlands. Right on the banks of the River Ness it’s a striking piece of architecture.
Velocity cafe is a homely place with local food, hand baked cakes, steamy soup and big hunks of bread. Kick back with a bicyclatte, campagcinno or china cups and chunky mugs of tea.
Big Sky recommends Sutor Creek for pizza with a view!
Italian restaurant serving tasty, authentic dishes from pizza, pasta and risotto to salads and indulgent desserts – Zizzi Inverness has a great view over the river Ness and uses local themes as the inspiration behind the design of the restaurant: the historic River Ness, boats, whisky distilleries and the Highlands.
Situated on the banks of the River Ness, The Mustard Seed is a relaxed and informal, modern style family restaurant. Located in a former church, The Mustard Seed retains the feel of its former existence with its high, vaulted ceilings and mezzanine floor.
The Allangrange isn’t far from Big Sky in the small village of Munlochy. A stylishly rustic gastropub they serve real ales, fine wines and locally sourced gourmet pub food. The Big Sky team recommends their delicious Sunday roast.
If you’re keen to hear some live Traditional Scottish music then Hoots is the place for you. A bright and busy, high-ceilinged pub with live, traditional Scottish folk music programme and weekly ceilidh.
Brought to you by our local Black Isle Brewery just along the road from Big Sky Lodges.
Great for a Sunday afternoon dram or pint next to a toasty woodburner (they have an extensive whisky and beer selection.)
Our favourite place to go for a special occasion. Make sure you book in advance as they are always busy!