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Three Chimneys, Isle of Skye

Scotland, Europe
Isle of Skye , Scotland
IV55 82T
Tel: 44 1470 511 258's insider take:

Perched in one of Skye's more remote corners, this former farming croft opened as The Three Chimneys in 1985. Today the restaurant is one of the more celebrated places to eat in the U.K. and, despite its location, booking is advisable for even a Monday lunch. The menu reads like an ingredients map of Scotland: Langoustines from Loch Dunvegan, Lochalsh chanterelles, Glen Hinnisdale lamb, and Skye red deer all make star appearances. For all its accolades, the food here isn't complicated and the menu body-swerves the more persnickety excesses of haute cuisine in favor of well-defined flavors. If you want to know what Scotland tastes like, then the poached Inverness-shire Limousin beef with pearl barley broth, croft summer vegetables, and a wild thyme and horseradish cream points in the right direction. Six well-appointed bedroom suites with views over Loch Dunvegan are available at the adjacent House Over-By.

Open daily 6:30 pm to close.

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