Our chalkboard with seasonal daily specials and catch of the day.
We serve all day and offer a variety of menus perfect for whatever you fancy!
Dinner at the Walled Garden
Homemade soup of the day with homemade bread (usually veggie, please ask)
Highland haggis in a creamy whiskey sauce with homemade bread
Stornoway black pudding topped with bleu cheese and served with a walnut salad and homemade bread
Walled Garden salad with sunblush tomatoes, roast pine nuts, feta cheese and homemade bread
Applecross hot and cold smoked salmon served with herb and lemon cream cheese, salad and homemade bread
Homemade 100% beef burger or vegetable burger (vegan) in a roll served with chips and salad
Seafood linguini in a creamy sauce, topped with parmesan
Crispy confit duck leg served with crushed new potatoes, salad, topped with parmesan
Beer battered haddock served with chips, peas and homemade tartar sauce
Chicken fillet in garlic butter served with new potatoes and salad
Homemade vegetable lasagne served with salad and chips
Homemade vegetarian chilli served with basmati rice
SAMPLE MENU. SEE DAILY SPECIALS BOARD.
Wow, the whole experience was unforgettable. Great food, drinks and atmosphere in, pretty much the middle of nowhere. Local beers and cider complimented the local produce and a walk round the walled garden itself was very pleasant. Could not fault any of it. (TripAdvisor)
Simple, high quality, tasty food
Excellent beef casserole with mashed potato and vegetables, all home or locally produced. Very good coffee. One of the party ordered peppermint tea, for which they cut leaves from the garden. Desserts again simple but high quality. Good range of veggie options.
Worth driving the Bealach na Bah for!
Having driven the Bealach na Ba we drove to the Walled Garden. And were delighted to find it open on a Sunday morning. We had full breakfast – which included toast, orange juice and coffee (which was refilled free). Superb value at £10 each. Nice atmosphere, old greenhouse being reused, and the staff were very friendly. Next time we’re in Applecross, we’ll come for dinner. (TripAdvisor)
A hidden gem
We came across this place while on a walk around Applecross. It is set in a beautiful walled garden as the name suggests and turned out to be a real find. We both had the scallops and black pudding. The scallops were perfectly cooked and the whole dish was splendidly tasty. Although the presentation is not fine dining the food quality certainly is. Not to be missed if you are in the vicinity. (TripAdvisor)
Lovely 'shabby chic' walled garden & great cafe - all dog friendly!
Lovely relaxed garden with herbaceous beds and veg area too. Woodland & river walks in wider estate. Dogs allowed everywhere, hooray! Dog friendly cafe in one of the original greenhouses which serves all sorts of food- sandwiches, cake, soup, chips, steak, fish, great vege options, coffee & range of teas. (TripAdvisor)
A hidden gem
This lovely old-fashioned walled garden hides a superb little restaurant, well off the beaten track but forunately known to our tour guide. the menu featured delicious home produced, home cooked choices. all served with true Scottish friendliness at very reasonable prices. There was also an intriguing little shop selling local crafts and produce - take home a taste of the Highlands! Good choice for travellers exploring the spectacular Torridon mountains and Applecross pass. (TripAdvisor)