Slow cooked Lamb Shank, spaghetti courgette, grilled asparagus, red wine jus & french style dauphinoise potato 😍

Triple cooked locally sourced Octopus with sweet paprika, maldon salt and olive oil 😍


a month ago
I really wish I’d taken a picture of the food. Sadly I was captivated with the dog and hungry -demolished the food as soon as the plate touched the table. Great quality food and friendly service from all staff. We had the beef brisket a bottle of red, and shared a desert. Good serving size/price/quality. Delilah the dog is one lucky thing to live on this beautiful island wish a friendly, and efficient bunch of people.
- Louise G
3 years ago
Quite and lovely restaurant with beautiful scenery of the Oban harbor. Excellent Scottish food and drinks for reasonable price. Friendly and informative staff. It is so relaxing to have a lunch at outdoor table. In 2015, if you visit this restaurant for great food, you could take the ferry from Oban to here for free.
3 years ago
Unless you’re already moored in the marina (we weren’t), a short ferry ride (booked separately from Oban harbour) to this marina-side restaurant is the start of this lovely evening out. The establishment is a simple wooden building, and the kitchen a separate ‘shed’ next door. This adds to, rather from detracts from the setting. The restaurant itself has a lovely atmosphere, friendly welcome and spectacular views back to the mainland. The menu is short, but the food is excellent and well presented. (There’s one veggie option, and several seafood choices). We were able to sit in the restaurant, and because it was excellent weather, the doors were wide open allowing us a spectacular view across Oban harbour and all its activity. There was even a friendly reminder from the staff, about half an hour before the last ferry back to the mainland, the journey on which, with a beautiful sunset, topped off the evening. I’d fully recommend this as a venue to visit for a simple but lovely evenin...
- Peter W

The Waypoint Experience

Why eat in town with everyone else when you can dine at the Waypoint on the Isle of Kerrera?  
Remote highland wildlife and fine cuisine are both just a ten minute ferry ride from the bustling convenience of Oban town centre.
Walks on (privately owned) North Kerrera range from an easy 15 minute stroll to a deserted beach to a full 4 hour trek over the whole Island, over Carn Breugach and down to Gylen Castle.
Afterwards, in our fully licensed restaurant you can savour an evening of delicious food, good company, and the very best sunset views of Oban you will find. 

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Oban Marina
Isle of Kerrera
PA34 4SX
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