The Waterside

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The Waterside
Ardrossan Road, Seamill, West Kilbride, North Ayrshire, KA23 9NG
  • Telephone 01294 824414
  • Opening times Mon–Sun 9am–midnight
  • Food served Mon–Sun 9am–10pm
  • Pre-theatre times noon–6.30pm
  • Average price £11.95 (set lunch); £18 (evening meal)
  • Pre-theatre price £11.95
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Simpsinns's smart coastal property with a New England inspired feel which extends to the shellfish studded restaurant menu and Si! Shack takeaway in the grounds.

  • Average price: £11.95 (set lunch); £18 (dinner)
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Part of the Simpsinns Group of hotels and restaurants, the Waterside is a smart coastal restaurant with fabulous views out across to Arran. The décor is New England inspired, which follows through into a menu of seafood featuring the likes of chowder, fish pie and herb-crusted scallops. It's not all from the sea, there are burgers, pasta and curry alongside steak, sausages and confit duck leg. Care has been taken to list the restaurants local suppliers prominently on the menu. Afternoon tea is served between 2pm and 5pm, and breakfast until 11.30am. A 2014 addition is Si! Shack, which offers takeaway food, a range of fish with chips, grilled lobster and tempura-battered scallops to carry out into the grounds and enjoy while taking in the scenery.

  • Provides: Children's portions, Children's high chairs, Wheelchair access

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.