Feeling hungry? Nearby, there are some wonderful places to grab a bite in the High Street of Fort William. You’ll be sure to find something that suits your mood in one of these lovely establishments.
This restaurant presents flavours that are inspired by travels, street food, and the local produce. Every day in summer, The Geographer features local shellfish specials in this cosy bistro setting. From April to October, reservations are not accepted so pop in for lunch or dinner and be prepared to wait during peak times. Try a wee haggis, Scottish ribeye, or classic fish n’chips. The Geographer also brews its own beer, another reason to stop in.http://www.geographerrestaurant.co.uk
The Tavern Restaurant
Open late, The Tavern Restaurant offers pub-style fare and a warm, welcoming environment. Discover the tastes of fresh local produce from 11am until late at night. Grab a drink with beer, wine, spirits, or even coffee. See if you can catch one of its theme nights and live entertainment while you’re in town.http://www.thetavernrestaurant.co.uk/
The Grog & Gruel
Lovely with dark wood, The Grog & Gruel serves food from midday through the late evening every day. Pub food and light snacks are sure to please though at night, you’ll find a more relaxed dining experience. The focus is on freshness and quality while providing a sublime setting for whiskies and real ales. The same menu is served in the restaurant upstairs as well as the Alehouse downstairs, though the restaurant generally opens from 5pm.http://www.grogandgruel.co.uk
Ben Nevis Bar
This quaint pub is an ideal spot for history buffs, especially hungry ones. It was built in 1806 and holds the title as the oldest pub in town. It was originally the inn for castle drovers, but now anyone can come relax inside. You’ll find burgers, seafood, and plenty of hearty meals, all with the chance to overlook the terrace and loch views. With food served all day from 12:00 to 21:30 Monday through Sunday, you can grab a meal whenever you like. It may be best to reserve a table if you want to avoid any sort of wait. Don’t miss the whisky!
If you’re craving curries and other Indian delights, Spice Tandoori takes your taste buds on an exotic adventure. Paired with cocktails and wine, this contemporary and authentic Indian restaurant offers consistently delicious meals for dinner from 4pm to 10:30pm daily. With vegetarian, vegan, and allergy-friendly options, it’s a great restaurant for everyone.
Tiger On The Wall
This pop-up restaurant melds Indian and Asian cuisine with aromatic spices that lure you in. While there are no alcoholic beverages, you can enjoy coffee or tea with your meal. Lunch is from 12pm to 2pm while dinner if from 5pm to 10pm. You can simply walk in, but it is best if you make reservations here. Also, a great take-away option if you fancy staying in.http://www.tigeronthewall.com/
The Crofter Bar and Restaurant
This friendly pub setting creates a bounty of foods with fresh local produce. You’ll find everything from sandwiches to surf and turf plus gluten-free options too. Plentiful pints, spirits, wines, and bottles await, making it an ideal place to enjoy live music or watch live sports, depending on the schedule. It’s open 9:30am to 12am every night, except Saturdays when it stays open until 2am.http://www.crofterbar.co.uk