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Dine at The Torridon

Dining, With a Difference

Come and enjoy Afternoon Tea in the Hotel, Dinner in 1887 or lunch or dinner in Bo & Muc.



Discover the fresh, vibrant flavours of our 1887 restaurant, a 3 AA Rosette restaurant, where every dish is a masterpiece. 

Here, the menu tells a tale of the land and the lochs. Many of our ingredients are sourced fresh from the Torridon Farm and Kitchen Garden. 

Expect mouth-watering, succulent shellfish, fresh fish, and game sourced from nearby estates. Savour our evolving menus, and let each bite guide you through the flavours of our beautiful Highland landscape. 

Afternoon Tea

Lose track of time over a delectable afternoon tea, with views across the waters of the loch to the mountains.

Delight in the elegant sandwiches, homemade cakes, jams, biscuits and scones, accompanied by Scottish clotted cream.

We serve teas from Camellia’s Tea House and The Torridon signature blend.  Go on, add a glass of Moët & Chandon champagne to make your afternoon tea extra special, or why not order a gin afternoon tea served with The Torridon’s own Arcturus gin?

Bo & Muc

Bo & Muc gets its name from the Gaelic words for pig and cow. Located next to the former stables, Bo & Muc was the old buttery and dairy to the farm on the resort.  The floor of the original buttery is now in our Boathouse. The old farm and kitchen garden once supplied all the produce for the main house when it was a shooting lodge.

At Bo & Muc we believe in using seasonal and local produce with our field to fork approach, including our very own pork and Highland beef from the Torridon Farm, and vegetables, salads, fruits and herbs from the two-acre Victorian Kitchen garden. We love celebrating and showcasing other Scottish producers and products, especially local shellfish, resort game, cheesemakers and Highland farms.


Terms & Conditions

This is governed by our general terms and conditions available at Terms & Conditions - The Torridon - Boutique Resort in the Highlands of Scotland.