Oban Bars & Restaurants
A selection of restaurants and places to eat in the area which are recommended by the HarbourGuides.com team.
Bars & Inns, Restaurants
Cuan Mor is the Gaelic translation for Big Ocean, which as you will find from our delightful views across Oban Bay, is where we are located.
We welcome all of our guests at Cuan Mor with open arms and a warm friendly smile. Our restaurants and bars are creatively designed using only natural and reclaimed Scottish materials, such as Ballachulish slate and greenheart timber beams from the lighthouse pier. The indigenous woods of Scotland have been used in our table tops and floors, and two of Scotlands's finest blacksmiths have used traditional methods to create individual pieces which contribute to creating a unique and charismatic highland venue.
We like to keep it local at Cuan Mor, so we have selected many of the finest local beers, real ales and whiskies, to compliment our menu's extensive selection of locally sourced produce.
Private Functions, Wifi, Restaurants, Takeaway Food
Address: The Olive Garden, Unit 2 Railway Pier, Oban, PA34 4LW
Phone: 01631 570347
Enjoy a drink or light meal in the hotel's Caledonian Café Bar where a modern spacious interior provides various separate areas in which to unwind over a drink or bite to eat. There are well-spaced tables for diners, fireside couches to relax on and spectacular views of the bay and islands. In the Café Bar our menu provides you with a wide range of traditional and contemporary dishes throughout the day.
Dinner is served in the Restaurant Caledonian in an intimate candlelit setting. Here the menu changes daily in keeping with the seasonal and local produce the chef selects and in order to offer guests plenty of variety.
We're committed to using the freshest food we can find, sourced wherever possible within Scotland..
Bars & Inns, Restaurants
Aulay's Bar, known simply as Aulay's to the locals, is situated in the centre of Oban, occupying the former site of the towns oldest droving inn, Tigh Clach A' Gheodha or the House of the Creek Stone.
Brimming with character, the pub has traditional back to back public and lounge bars.
Every inch of wall space is awash with a unique collection of maritime prints showing Oban's seafaring heritage throughout the centuries.
Bar lunches are served from 12 noon to 3.00pm. Choose from our varied menu of traditional Scottish fayre at very reasonable prices.
Aulay's is proudly owned and personally managed by Aulay Dunn, a member of Oban's longest standing licensee family, spanning over 3 generations.
The Glen Campa Restaurant
The Glen Campa Restaurant is fast gaining a reputation for the finest cuisine. Our highly experienced team of chefs take great pride in the sourcing of the very best of local produce. The intimate atmosphere enjoyed is accentuated by the twinkling crystal chandeliers and the beguiling views over Oban Bay to the Isle of Kerrera.
While watching the sunset on the water you may feel tempted by the thought of some local seafood. The Queens Hotel Seafood Platter is second to none with a mouth-watering ensemble including Local Langoustines in a Garlic, Lemon and Chilli Butter; Mussels in White Wine, Garlic and Cream; Haddock Goujons and Salmon in a Béarnaise Sauce.
Lunch on Sundays is a sumptuous carvery and is served from 12.30-4.30pm.