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Fort William Cafes
Fort William has a good selection of cafes, bistros, bars and a variety of small restaurants with menus offering fresh local produce
Fort William and Glen Nevis have numerous cafes so you are almost spoiled for choice. One of the newest cafes to open in Fort William is Aroma with its beautiful cedar clad frontage. The Cobbs/Nevisport Cafe is location upstairs in the Nevisport shop.
If you are a biker and looking for a pit-stop and a refreshment, try the Bridge Cafe near the BP Filling station at the junction for the A830 on the A82... nearby is the Ben Nevis Distillery and its Distillery Cafe offers great home-made baking and coffee.
- Bistro at the AlexThe Bistro at the Alex is a great family restaurant located within the Alexandra Hotel in Fort William's town centre. We have a good menu with something to suit everyone. The restaurant is bright and airy with a friendly table service. We have a large restaurant and can cater for large groups of walkers with a little advance notice.We serve food until 22:00 hours every day and also provide an early breakfast...
- Stables Restaurant & Grill Fort WilliamThanks for looking at The Stables Restaurant & Grill in Fort William! We invite you to visit our restaurant and get to know our high-quality cuisine. We aim to use local produce whenever we can, not just to allow us to use the finest foods, but to help showcase the fantastic ingredients that the Scottish Highlands has to offer. Stables Restaurant is situated in the heart of Fort William town centre and only...
- Ben Nevis InnSet at the foot of the Ben Nevis mountain footpath, the Ben Nevis Inn is a friendly restaurant with a selection of fresh, wholesome food in an informal atmosphere. Our restaurant is in a traditional, stone-built barn and provides a cosy retreat with an exciting menu. Our log burning stove provides the comfort and charm, while we supply the personal, friendly service. We have a small range of beers, wines and...
- Lime Tree Restaurant'The Lime Tree Restaurant style is one we have come to know as Fiddly Posh Scottish: Lamb with a family tree, duck that went to Gordonstoun, fish that kept its nose clean. All this technically superb, and while served in a part of the country not blessed with an abundance of fine dining, nonetheless worthy of comparison with the cities best. Fort William finally has a heavy-weight culinary destination.'Sunday Times Restaurant...
in the High Street
in Caol Free Church
on the High Street
at Lochy Bridge