Martin Wishart at Loch Lomond

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Martin Wishart at Loch Lomond
De Vere Cameron House Hotel, by Balloch, Argyll and Bute, G83 89Z
  • Telephone 01389 722504
  • Food served Wed–Fri 6.30–9.30pm; Sat noon–2pm, 6.30–9.30pm; Sun noon–, 7–9.30pm. Closed Mon/Tue.
  • Average price £32 (set lunch); £75–£80 (6 course); £90–£95 (8 course)
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Edinburgh chef Martin Wishart's Michelin-starred restaurant at Cameron House on the edge of scenic Loch Lomond.

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Update 2018 - this restaurant is currently closed due to building renovation

Star Scottish chef Martin Wishart returned to Cameron House, where he first cut his teeth as a junior chef, in 2008 and neither he nor his legions of well-heeled dedicated diners have looked back since. As you’d expect from a Michelin Star establishment, every last little detail has been considered from the spacing of your cutlery to the exact provenance of your scallops. While it’s mainly all about the decadent tasting menus here – for meat-eaters and vegetarians alike in six and eight-course variations – the three-course set-price lunch menu is fantastic value for anyone who wants to sample top-drawer cooking on a budget. The loch views come for free.

  • Average price: £32 (set lunch); £75–£80 (6 course); £90–£95 (8 course)
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  • Provides: Vegetarian options (at least ¼ main courses), Wheelchair access
  • Capacity: 38
  • Largest group: 8
  • Open since: 2008
  • House wine: £30 per bottle

Reviews & features

Martin Wishart to open new brasserie in Edinburgh city centre

28 Mar 2011

Michelin-starred chef to open premises on North Castle Street

When Martin Wishart’s modest but ambitious restaurant on Leith’s Shore picked up a Michelin star in 2001, Edinburgh breathed a sigh of relief. It had caught up with Glasgow, where Andrew Fairlie’s kitchen at One Devonshire Gardens already had a star and…

Michelin-starred chef Martin Wishart offers some pointers on Scotland's smoked fish

1 May 2009

The smoking of fish is one of the few Scottish traditional practices related to food to be flourishing today. Here we provide a spotters’ guide to the differences in Scotland’s best-known smoked fish, while Michelin-starred chef Martin Wishart offers…