A restuarant on our must do list while on Skye. We were along in the Glendale area and Donda from Dunvegan Taxis brought us along and back. We went in to reception and sat down for a pre meal drink and some puffed crisp things and hubby ate the salmon and celeriac puree thing as I couldn't have it as I am vegetarian. We were then taken across the road to be seated at our table. There was also a chefs table in the kitchen. The dinner was either the a la carte dinner menu or the tasting menu with or without paired wines. We went for the paired wines and it was about £147 for me and £157 for hubby a tad expensive compared with other restuarants but worth it for the imaginative wines that accomponied the meal. Hubby had Scortched Dunvegan Langoustine, Dunvegan crab, Douglas fir & apple cured Sconser scallop, Duckfat confit West Ross salmon (his 3rd favourite(, Roasted Sconser Scallop (equal first favourite), Wild rabbit, Orbost Rose Beef ( equal first favourite), Pear tart and Edinbane Blueberries. I had Leek terrine ( nice very leek but the leeks were cold and meant to be which I didn't like), Cauliflower steak, Crispy croft egg ( my standout of the night with the salsify so so good), Globe artichoke, Salt baked celeriac ( no 2 of the night for me), Apple of the earth ( my third best), Beetroot risotto ( I hate beetroot but the golden beetroot and kale were lovely the risotto was sweet but too much for me ,y unusual and I loved the hubby finished it), pear tart and Edinbane blueberries. We couldn't managed anything else passed on the cheese but had a sneaky wee chocolate I had the white chocolate and limoncello hubby had the truffle and the honey chocolate. A fab meal wit fab service and a big thumbs up to the wine selector , they were very unusual and I loved the Gruner, the Cha'ar and the wacky Atavo.Thank you the Three Chimneys.
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