- STWchipshopadvisortrackworld – Inner Hebrides and Ardrossan
I’m joining Ton for a island hopping week. Islay, Arran, Colonsay, Jura and Mull. We are catching the ferry from Ardrossan.
When Boblo & I did our C2C trip Alpine Girl came up trumps with an awesome chip shop in Fort Augustus.
If we cant find good fish and chips on an island, I’ll be disappointed.
Are there any we shouldn’t miss, and any we should swerve?Posted 4 years agoNobeerinthefridgeSubscriber
Orange Crush – Member
The one at the ferry at Brodick was pretty good. Hooked and Cooked was the name.
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It’s not bad, fairly average. If you’re going round the island, as opposed to just head from Brodick to Lochranza, there is a new place at Machrie called cafe thyme. Has a wood fired oven and they do turkish stuff pides (bit like a calzone) from what I hear, it’s very good.Posted 4 years agohebrideanMember
No chippys on Colonsay and Jura. The Pantry on Colonsay might do takeaways. Jura has a burger van and the Hotel does good food. Islay has a moble chippy in Bowmore on a Thursday evening and Port Ellen on a Friday and Saturday. On Friday and Saturday in Bowmore The Cottage cafe does takeaway chips etc.Posted 4 years agoalpine girlMember
I’m glad I could help! I’ll agree that the van in Tobermoray and by the harbour in Brodick are pretty good – not as good as the one in FA though…
I guess you’re heading through Lochranza at some point? The pub there has an amazing selection of whisky, well worth a stop in. The owner(George) is really nice if you can get him chatting.
If you’re catching the Mull-Oban ferry the furthest left pub (great directions I know) at the Mull harbour town, can’t remember the name, has an open fire which you might need now autumn seems to have arrived.
(ps. I am very jealous of your trip!)Posted 4 years ago
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