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Hipennine


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Places to eat around Glencoe
Date Posted: 08.36hrs on Tue 12 Feb 08
Any recommendations on where to eat at night around and about the mighty one - decent food without breaking the bank ?
Mike_w


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Re: Places to eat around Glencoe
Date Posted: 09.11hrs on Tue 12 Feb 08
We normally end up in the clachaig.
Aviemore


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Re: Places to eat around Glencoe
Date Posted: 09.19hrs on Tue 12 Feb 08

aye, Clachaig is great
pfairbrother


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Re: Places to eat around Glencoe
Date Posted: 15.31hrs on Tue 12 Feb 08
Yeh Clachaig usually v. good. Bridge of Orchy Hotel, Ballachulish Hotel and Onich Hotel provide good priced grub as well. Haven't eaten at the kingy for a while so can't comment on that.

paul
cmorrison


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Re: Places to eat around Glencoe
Date Posted: 16.11hrs on Tue 12 Feb 08
Yep I tend to stop off at the Bridge of orchy on my way back to Glasgow.


JC


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Re: Places to eat around Glencoe
Date Posted: 17.19hrs on Tue 12 Feb 08
The Crannog in Fort William does fantastic food but you'll pay over 20 for 2 courses.
Always been happy with the quality and value of the meals in the Kingshouse and things hadn't changed a few weeks ago I stayed there.
II


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Re: Places to eat around Glencoe
Date Posted: 08.17hrs on Thu 14 Feb 08
An other vote for The Bridge of Orchy Hotel, also like the real food cafe in Tyndrum when heading down to Glasgow
Mike_w


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Re: Places to eat around Glencoe
Date Posted: 11.41hrs on Thu 14 Feb 08
Forgot about the real food cafe. Its pretty good but check the opening times as it runs on reduced hours in the winter.
WebCT_Guru


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Re: Places to eat around Glencoe
Date Posted: 14.28hrs on Thu 14 Feb 08
Big Breakfast at the "Green Welly Boot", Tyndrum is recommended as is the Cullen skink.
cmorrison


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Re: Places to eat around Glencoe
Date Posted: 16.16hrs on Thu 14 Feb 08
Can't say I recommend the Green Welly Shop. Tend to stop there for a breakfast roll on the way up the road but it's all a bit dated and a bit over expensive for what you get.

Too much tartan and shortbread as well!
WebCT_Guru


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Re: Places to eat around Glencoe
Date Posted: 16.12hrs on Tue 19 Feb 08
cmorrison Wrote:
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> Can't say I recommend the Green Welly Shop. Tend
> to stop there for a breakfast roll on the way up
> the road but it's all a bit dated and a bit over
> expensive for what you get.
>
> Too much tartan and shortbread as well!

The breakfast rolls are quite expensive (3), but the full breakfast with tea/coffee and toast is only about 2 more (5 total?).




Edited 1 times. Last edit at 16.15hrs Tue 19 Feb 08 by WebCT_Guru.
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