Glengorm Coffee Shop and Gallery | Glengorm
In converted stables, Glengorm Coffee Shop offers fresh baking and lunches, all cooked on the premises using produce from the farm and walled garden. You can also buy the lamb, venision and beef from the Glengorm estate here, as well as some seasonal garden produce and local smoked fish. There is a gallery above the coffee shop showcasing work by local artists. Glengorm is a fifteen minute drive from Tobermory.
Western Isles Hotel | Tobermory
The Western Isles Hotel is an iconic building set high above the harbour with terrific sea views from its headland position. The hotel has three separate dining spaces, each with a unique ambiance, and a menu that majors on ingredients sourced from Mull where possible. In keeping with the Scottish theme, the bar is well-stocked with whisky if you fancy a wee dram.
The Galleon Grill | Tobermory
Tucked behind the post office on the harbour front, the Galleon Grill is well worth seeking out and specialises in chargrilled steaks made from Aberdeen Angus or Highland beef. Locally sourced seafood and rich game dishes also star on the menu, alongside a host of moreish sides and tempting desserts.
The Mishdish | Tobermory
A contemporary restaurant which is situated on Tobermory's harbour front within the Mishnish Inn building. Lunches and evening meals are served and there is a bar too.
Macgochan's | Tobermory
Sitting next to the Marine Harbour Centre in Tobermory, Macgochan's offers lunches and evening meals in its bar and restaurant. Local produce such as Glengorm beef, Inverlussa mussels and Isle of Mull king scallops are included in the menu and there is a restaurant and bar, as well as outdoor seating. Catering for functions too.
Tobermory Bakery | Tobermory
This little café and bakery is located along the harbour front and as well as the food and drinks served in the café you can get produce to take-away including fresh bread.
An Tobar Cafe | Tobermory
The Arts Centre sits in an elevated position behind Tobermory's main street and its little cafe should not to be overlooked. Popular with locals, it serves delicious drinks and quality home cooked food, with the daily special well worth a try. Following the short but steep path up from the harbourfront delivers you virtually to An Tobar's door, so any sweet treats will feel well-earned!
Hebridean Lodge | Tobermory
Located on the edge of Tobermory as you approach from Salen Hebridean Lodge specialises in local produce and serves lunches and evening meals. The café and restaurant are set on the mezzanine floor above the shop and gallery below.
Isle of Mull Ice Cream | Tobermory
From its sea front location in the centre of Tobermory's main street, Isle of Mull Ice Cream make and sell delicious handmade ice cream in unique flavours. Put simply – it is delicious! 07867 489 853
Cafe Fish | Tobermory
An award winning restaurant, ideal for seafood lovers with fish brought in from their own boats. A fantastic menu with lunches and evening meals provided.
The Pier Café | Tobermory
The Pier Café is situated on the harbour front in Tobermory. The café sits in part of the ferry terminal building which is located by the slipway below Café Fish. A great place to enjoy fresh cooked food with amazing harbour views. 07786 197 377
The Gallery Cafe | Tobermory
In a beautifully converted church, the gallery cafe is open for lunches on the harbour front. An extensive menu with a gift shop to explore too.
The Bellachroy | Dervaig
Dine in the oldest inn on the island in the village of Dervaig. The Bellachroy offers lunches, dinners and children's menus and serves local produce, including the 'catch of the day'. Influenced by the seasons, the menu changes often, making eating here equally pleasing whether it's your first or fifth visit.
Am Birlinn | Penmore
Another restaurant that creates superb local dishes, Am Birlinn's menu showcases the best of island seafood and produce, with crab, oysters and beef sourced from within a mile! Lunches and evening meals are served in a warm, relaxed and friendly atmosphere, that is light and bright thanks to the restaurant's iconic windows.
The Boathouse | Isle of Ulva
A unique dining experience on the Isle of Ulva, a short and scenic boat trip will deliver you here from Ulva Ferry on Mull. The Boathouse specialises in local shellfish dishes that landed from the family boat, creating fantastically fresh dishes with an impressive provenance. There's also delicious home baking, soup and daily specials to try. Enjoy a fantastic lunch and then take a walk around this picturesque island.
Carthouse Tearoom | Calgary
The tearoom at Calgary offers teas, coffees, soups and sandwiches. There walls are adorned with artwork from local artists.
Ballygown | Near Ulva Ferry
A family run restaurant on the west coast of the island. The menu changes daily with delicious home cooked starters, mains and puddings made by Jeanette. Happy to cater for different diets. Booking is advisable.
Sagar Indian Cuisine | Tobermory
Located on the corner of the Back Brae on Tobermory's harbour front, Sagar serves a range of Indian cuisine including Balti dishes. The restaurant also does take-away food and has a licensed bar.
A fine dining experience with a relaxed atmosphere is provided by Jo and David Currie at Highland Cottage who have held 2 AA Rosettes for almost ten years.
Ross of Mull
Argyll Arms | Bunessan
The Argyll Arms is a stone pub in the heart of the village of Bunessan, where you can enjoy traditional food with bay views. Open for tea and coffee as well as lunch and dinner, you can rest and refuel after a day's walking or exploring and dogs are welcome too.
Blackbird Bistro | Bunessan
Formerly the Bunessan Bakehouse, the Blackbird Bistro is located in the centre of Bunessan just across from the water. Inside, a cosy log burner keeps diners warm while they enjoy good food and drink in an intimate setting. The restaurant's small proportions make booking advisable and you can call ahead to find out about any themed menu nights.
Ninth Wave Restaurant | Fionnphort
John and Carla use produce from their croft and fish from a local fisherman to create their menu. Award-winning, Ninth Wave is one of the best places to go for an evening meal on the Ross of Mull, with menus ranging from three to five courses. The food is unbeatably fresh, often hand-picked or caught and always surprising in its use of ingredients. Please book in advance.
The Creel Seafood Bar | Fionnphort
The Creel is situated beside the Iona ferry slipway in Fionnphort. Although humble in appreance, The Creel serves up some of the best seafood on the island, with mussels, scallops and locally landed fish all regularly on the maritime menu. Pop by for a relaxed bite to eat with sea views after exploring the nearby beaches or visiting Iona, or treat yourselves to a delicious takeaway.
The Keel Row | Fionnphort
The Keel Row is a welcoming island pub with a bar that serves evening meals and lunches. As well as the bar and dining area, the Keel Row has a nice beer garden with views over the beach and sea, with the odd Highland cow passing by too. Located in Fionnphort, it's a great place for dinner after a day out on Iona or the Ross of Mull.
Shops and Stores
Bunessan Spar | Bunessan
Located in the village centre overlooking the sea, Bunessan Spar is a small shop that holds a good range of produce and has a Post Office too. In a separate building but part of the same shop, a selection of gifts and souvenirs can be purchased.
Tobermory Co-op | Tobermory
The Co-operative is the largest shop on Mull and is located on the harbour front in Tobermory. This small supermarket carries a wide range of goods and produce.
Dervaig Shop | Dervaig
Located in the centre of Dervaig, this spacious and very well stocked shop carries a wide range of goods and produce as well as a Post Office. The shop has a good selection of fruit and vegetables, fresh herbs. Local meat and fish can also be purchased here.
Salen Spar | Salen
Salen Spar shop is located in the centre of Salen and stocks a very good range of produce along with papers and magazines. The shop also has a great gift section and a range of childrens' toys for sale too. The Post Office is located next to the shop.
Craignure Spar | Craignure
Situated in Craignure, this Spar shop stocks a range of goods and includes a Post Office too. A useful shop to call into while waiting for a ferry as the pier is directly opposite.
Pennyghael Stores | Pennyghael
A little shop with a fantastic view! Located at Pennyghael, the store has a selection of goods available included local crafts. There a Post Office at the store and a picnic bench is provided for customers to enjoy the views.
The Ferry Shop | Fionnphort
Located in Fionnphort the Ferry Shop is a well stock general store and Post Office. A wide range of goods is available include a selection of gifts in the adjoining gift shop. A very handy shop to collect goods from after returning from a trip across to Iona.
The Tobermory Fish Company | Tobermory
This is an excellent shop for those wishing to purchase local seafood. The shop is located just on the edge of Tobermory at Baliscate and has ample parking outside. There is a very well stocked counter along with a selection of condiments to purchase.
The Crofter's Kitchen | Kintra
Located at Kintra, a little settlement between Bunessan and Fionnphort. The Crofters Kitchen stocks an excellent range of fresh vegetables and produce along with home made jams etc.
Old Post Office Lochbuie | Lochbuie
This is an honesty shop run by Lochbuie Larder, and it is located inside the old post office building at the seashore in Lochbuie. There is a good selection of home baking, drinks and snacks along with local craft works. Locally reared meats and produce can also be purchased.