FAQs

1. Do you allow dogs in the restaurant?

Unfortunately, we do not allow dogs into the restaurant unless they are assistance dogs.

2. Is the restaurant accessible?

Yes, we have disabled parking close to the front door, no steps and level access throughout the building. We have a unisex disabled toilet. There is a hearing loop fitted throughout the building. It’s always worth letting us know beforehand if you require any assistance as we will endeavour to seat you on a table with easiest access.

3. Are you family friendly?

We welcome all ages to the restaurant but we do ask that parents supervise their children at all times. We have a children’s menu for ages 13 and under which is a set £15 per child. There is a nappy change unit and a limited number of highchairs. Please let us know if you will require any when you book.

4. Do you cater for all dietary requirements and allergies?

We always have excellent vegetarian and vegan options as standard and almost everything can be gluten free. We can cater for most allergies if we are given sufficient notice. However, regrettably, owing to the high volume of fish and shellfish which is processed in the kitchen we are unable to serve any customers with a severe fish or shellfish allergy.

5. Is booking ahead necessary?

Yes, booking in advance is essential although its always worth checking on the day as we do sometimes get last minute cancellations. Please be aware that we have a strict chargeable (£30 per person) cancellation policy for anyone who does not arrive for their reservation or cancels less than 48 hours prior to their booking time. Our exact terms and conditions are communicated at the time of booking.

6. Do you cater for weddings and / or private events?

If you are interested in holding an event at the restaurant, please get in touch directly to discuss your requirements. We can cater up to a maximum number of 40 people.

7. Is there a dress code?

There is no formal dress code.

8. Is there a local taxi service?

There is currently no taxi service in Uig. However, there are taxi firms in Stornoway. If you are a larger group you could try the local minibus operator Peter Maclennan, 07836722368.

9. Are you licenced?

Yes, we are licenced to serve alcohol but only with food. We have a full bar and a good wine list. If you do want to bring your own wine / champagne for a special occasion we charge a corkage fee of £20.00 per bottle.

10. Do you allow motorhomes or campervans to park overnight at the restaurant?

Yes, we do allow this by prior arrangement if you are dining at the restaurant. However, we only have a limited amount of carparking space so please check when you book. We also have no overnight facilities other than an outside tap so you must be self-contained. There are also campsites in Uig (Ardroil and Kneep) which are both a short drive away.

11. Can you recommend any local accommodation?

You can visit our sister site www.uiglodge.co.uk to check availability. For a comprehensive list of local B&B’s, self-catering and glamping type accommodation please visit www.visituig.co.uk or www.visitouterhebrides.co.uk

12. Where do you source your food?

As far as possible we buy local and fresh. We are fortunate to have fantastic seafood on our doorstep but we also have access to other wonderful produce such as Lewis lamb and Hebridean beef.
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