Restaurants

Pub Food in Western Shore

Drover’s Inn

Don't miss this low-ceilinged howff (drinking den), just north of Ardlui, with its smoke-blackened stone, kilted bartenders, and walls festooned with moth-eaten stags’ heads and stuffed birds. The convivial bar, whe…
Cafe in Western Shore

Coach House Coffee Shop

With its chunky pine furniture and deep, deep sofa in front of a rustic fireplace, the Coach House is one of the cosiest places to eat on Loch Lomond. The menu includes coffee and tea, home-baked cakes, scones, 'sto…
Seafood in Western Shore

Luss Seafood Bar

Curiously the eating establishments in Luss are tucked safely away from the lake; this place is no exception, set behind a shop on the main street. But it's a light, cheerful spot serving tasty fresh oysters, potted…
Pub Food in Drymen

Clachan Inn

One of several pubs in Scotland claiming the 'oldest inn' title (opened 1734), this is an atmospheric, family-run spot with thick whitewashed walls and two cosy rooms. It's very friendly and serves a reliable menu o…
Cafe in Western Shore

Village Rest

Set in a typically cute Luss cottage, this spot offers appealing outdoor seating for when the sun shines, a rather cafeteria-like interior, and tasty, well-proportioned (if overpriced) dishes that run from pastas an…
Pub Food in Drymen

Drymen Inn

Serving decent portions of uncomplicated pub nosh to walkers and locals, the Drymen is a lively pub in the town of the same name, just southeast of Loch Lomond. There's pleasant conservatory seating, and outdoor tab…