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Once over the Skye Bridge, turn left down the A851 & make you way across the Sleat peninsula. Within 13km or so, you come to Hotel Eilean Iarmain, a late 19th-century inn with a fabulous
coastal setting. The bar – popular with locals – could do you a venison burger or fish & chips, but the traditionally appointed dining room aims higher & has a commendable amount of island
produce on its menu. A typical starter could bring home-cured salmon with horseradish ice cream & local organic salad. Then comes trout stuffed with crabmeat accompanied by wild rice & dill
velouté – or excellent grilled lobster from the waters outside the hotel with samphire, potatoes & herb butter. In season, the berry shortcake with black pepper ice cream & black pepper
caramel is a fine dessert. The cooking can be patchy but offers some serious highlights.
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