The restaurant is located a short stroll from the hotel down by the water’s edge overlooking the marina. As we visited quite late in the afternoon and it was already getting dark outside, we decided to dine inside the restaurant. The Boathouse in Loch Lomond
The isle of mull scallops were simply sublime. I am a big fan of seafood and have a good idea of how scallops should be cooked as I cook a similar dish at home myself. The scallops were nicely cooked, juicy with soft meat and the orange, fennel and vanilla dressing was such a pleasant surprise to my palette. Steven had the wild mushroom ravioli and he loved the filling of the pasta. The Boathouse in Loch Lomond
The kitchen at the restaurant has an open plan so can you see the team of chefs working to deliver the best of dishes on your table. The team is determined to find the best locally produced, Scottish ingredients, and their menu includes dishes from the fish bar, to the pizza and (the ever amazing) Boathouse classics! The latter include a great variety of old time favourite dishes that could make happy anyone’s stomach.
For mains we had the Mediterranean fish stew for Steven and the sea bream fillets for me. Steven’s fish stew came with crusty bread, saffron and garlic mayonnaise which he greatly appreciated.
My sea bream was pan-fried and came with a few boiled asparagus and tomatoes. The fish was fresh and the sauce was a mixture of lemon and olive oil, sometimes simply tastes better, right?
The desserts were some of the best we have ever come across, the ice-cream had a lovely flavour and the white chocolate and raspberry cheesecake that I ordered came along with a tiny selection of chocolate pieces, brownies and truffles, all very tasty and beautifully presented.
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