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Local Restaurants & Places to Eat around Broadford

Harbour Restaurant

Main Street, Broadford IV49 9AE, UK – 01471 822687

Had a great meal here; langostines to start, venison steak main (both specials), and serradura for dessert. All were excellent and would happily eat it again! Not sure what people are saying about portion size in other reviews, portions were a good size and we left full! Also, I found it good value. Service was very friendly and attentive. Will be more than happy to go back.

Great service and quality food. I enjoyed the lamb and dessert was wonderful. Call ahead during tourist season!


Lower Harrapool, Broadford IV49 9AE, UK – 01471 822281

Found the food to be good in quality and taste. The choices decent. The Lamb, Chicken, and Scallops all good. Wait staff not overly friendly, but not at all UNfriendly. Just the sort of perfect little gem you hope to find that looks unsuspecting on the outside but delivers much more on the inside. Would absolutely eat here again if I find myself back on Skye.

for such a remote place to have good food like this is really an unique experience. it is pricey but the food is an excellent alternative to the bogue standard greasy fish and chips or greasy pies. the seafood from this place is so fresh and so good. if you have a decent budget and want good seafood would recommend this place.

Cafe Sia and Siaway

Broadford, Isle of Skye IV49 9AB, UK – 01471 822616

The gluten-free pizza is one of the best I have ever had in my life and their boss, whom I met, is caring and professional and even includes local artwork in his space. He is all about keeping it local, which is wonderful if you are interested in supporting a great local business in Skye! The gluten-free beer is from just outside of Inverness and that is great too (they don't make gluten-free beer on the island but at least it's from the Highlands in Scotland! Keep up the fantastic work! And for those of you debating on whether or not to go there (especially the gluten-free crowd), go for it!

Very friendly and helpful staff. Menu is mainly pizzas, which one person in our group had and enjoyed. Two of us had the fishcakes which were delicious. The service was a little slow, but it didn't matter to us because we weren't in a hurry.