HS-1 Cafe Bar

Royal Hotel, Cromwell Street, Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, Outer Hebrides, HS1 2DG

Type:Restaurants

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HS1 cafe bar interior view with tables and chairs with exposed brick wall at rear.
  • HS1 cafe bar interior view with tables and chairs with exposed brick wall at rear.
  • HS1 cafe bar interior view with tables and chairs with exposed brick wall at rear.
  • HS1 cafe bar table setting with burger and chips and coleslaw.
  • HS1 Cafe Bar in Stornoway, bowl of mussels and garlic bread on table.
  • HS1 cafe bar booth with chicken vermicelli salad and ramen dish.
  • HS1 cafe bar booth with chicken ramen is a black bowl.

About

The newly refurbished HS1 Café-Bar at the Royal Hotel in Stornoway has long been a favourite meeting place where you can catch up with friends, enjoy a meal and have a drink in a relaxed informal setting with views across the marina towards the Lews Castle.

Breakast is available from 8am daily with healthy homemade granola, smashed avocado with poached eggs, eggs benedict and full Scottish breakfasts being some of the options available.  

Our lunch menu features tacos, burger, wraps and salads while the dinner menu offers small and big plates, which can be shared with friends and family. For more information and to view our menus please see our website www.royalstornoway.co.uk . To make a reservation you can call us on 01851 702109.

 

 

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  • Welcome SchemesTaste our Best Taste our Best 2016
  • Other AwardsOuter Hebrides Tourism Member Outer Hebrides Tourism Member 2020
  • Other AwardsPlatinum Listing Platinum Listing 2020
  • Other AwardsWTTC Safe Travels WTTC Safe Travels 2021

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Season (1 Jan 2024 - 31 Dec 2024)

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