Eat Drink Hebrides - Orasay Inn

Lochcarnan, Isle Of South Uist, Outer Hebrides, HS8 5PD

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After training at Inverness College, Isobel’s ambition had always been to own and run her own restaurant. Following a couple of years in hotels on the mainland she returned to her roots and after more experience gained, catering in the Uists, Isobel finally achieved her wish, in 1987, with the opening of Orasay Inn, primarily operating as a restaurant. In the following years the building has been adapted and extended to form the existing, nine bedroom, hotel.

For the restaurant, a superb selection of fish and seafood comes fresh from boat to hotel kitchen, supplied by local fishermen. Much of our beef is from our own fold of Highland Cattle, raised on our croft. Discerning, reliable producers and suppliers, who are aware of the quality we require, deliver locally reared Hebridean lamb, pork, game, poultry and vegetables.

Using only the best quality ingredients and Isobel’s own creative style of cooking, our restaurant has gained a reputation throughout the Hebrides, and beyond, for the provision of excellent dishes of generous proportion, though they can be provided to suit individual appetites.

Meals, all freshly prepared to order, can be chosen from our a la carte menu or our ‘Catch of the Day’ board. Our assistant chef is a qualified baker and as well as producing fresh bread and scones, he conjures up a selection of mouth-watering desserts to round of your ‘Orasay Inn meal experience’.

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Awards

  • Other AwardsGold Listing Gold Listing 2013
  • Other AwardsOuter Hebrides Tourism Member Outer Hebrides Tourism Member 2020

What's Nearby

  1. The rough grassland just south of the Loch Carnan tunring is a good area for owls.

    1.31 miles away
  2. Loch Bee is a very large brackish loch which stretches from the west side of South Uist…

    2.06 miles away
  3. 23rd June 1746. Neil is arrested by the militia at the South Ford. He finds that Flora…

    2.15 miles away
  1. Can be found anywhere in the loch.

    2.55 miles away
  2. St Brides Catholic Church
    2.58 miles away
  3. Look from the pier; otters are often found feeding in the bay.

    2.61 miles away
  4. Our Lady of the Isles is a statue of the Madonna and Child by sculptor Hew Lorimer.…

    2.8 miles away
  5. Check the islands at the north-west end of the loch.

    2.87 miles away
  6. More abundant to the west of the main road. You can access the area easily as it is…

    2.87 miles away
  7. St Michaels Catholic Church
    3.36 miles away
  8. 24th June 1746. Neil realises that they are on a small island instead of being on the…

    3.43 miles away
  9. Located in the northern end of South Uist, Loch Sgioport is a great placee to spot…

    3.54 miles away
  10. 23rd June 1745. A chance meeting with some fishermen at Loch Skipport solves the problem…

    3.55 miles away
  11. Occasionally seen at close range from the old pier at the end of the road.

    3.55 miles away
  12. This dumpy looking finch with prominent white flashes in the wing can often be found on…

    3.55 miles away
  13. There is a self-guided walk which will take approximately 3 hours.

    3.7 miles away
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