MacCallum’s of Troon

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MacCallum’s of Troon
Harbour Road, Troon, South Ayrshire, KA10 6DH
  • Telephone 01292 319339
  • Food served Tue–Sat noon–2.30pm, 6.30–9.30pm. Sun noon–2.30pm. Closed Mon.
  • Average price £12.95 (set lunch); £20 (evening meal)
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Long-standing fishmongers-run seafood restaurant on the harbourside at Troon.

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Taking advantage of its proximity to the local fishing fleet on the harbourside at Troon, the Oyster Bar is a long-standing seafood restaurant run by renowned fishmongers MacCallum’s of Troon, where freshness is guaranteed. Based in an old pumping station, with a much-loved fish and chip shop next door (the Wee Hurrie), they specialise in the fruits of the Scottish sea (oysters in particular), as well as a wide selection of poultry and game, with as much of their produce as possible sourced locally, while the menus will shift with the seasons.

  • Average price: £12.95 (set lunch); £20 (dinner)
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Sited in an old pumping station, this harbourside seafood restaurant is run by fishmongers, with a much-loved fish and chip shop (the Wee Hurrie) next door. Expect an array of fruits of the sea, unloaded straight from a boat on the establishment's doorstep, and not too much fussing at all.

  • Private dining: N
  • Provides: Children's portions, Wheelchair access, Free wi-fi
  • Capacity: 45
  • Largest group: 10
  • Open since: 1997
  • Number of wines sold by the glass: 12
  • House wine: £18 per bottle

Reviews & features

Ayrshire food trail: where to get the best seafood along the coast

20 Jul 2018

Where to find fish and shellfish around Ayrshire and Arran, fresh from the sea or expertly cooked and presented

With long sandy beaches and spectacular sea views, dramatic cliffs, undulating golf links and a string of coastal towns and villages, the identity of Ayrshire and Arran is intimately tied into its coastline on the Firth of Clyde.

Ayrshire’s best chip shops

18 Mar 2015

A handy round-up of the area’s best chippies in Ayrshire

Even though the local fishing industry has declined, Ayr’s long coastline lends itself to opportunities to enjoy the traditional fresh Scottish chippie by the water. All the big towns are well-served, for example Irvine with the well-established Enzo’s…