Crinan – New Seafood Bar & £97.50 per night offer

By | Mar 13, 2011

A new Seafood Bar uses only sustainable fish has opened in Crinan. The Crinan Hotel has gone back to its roots by creating a dedicated seafood bar. Latest news from Crinan Hotel shows the new seafood bar to be a great success.

Years ago the Crinan hotel was renowned for having some of the best seafood in the Scotland but, according to owner Nick Ryan, a surge in bar meals for yachtsman, walkers and visitors to the canal saw  their seafood menu shelved as demand for pub grub increased. But now owners, with the renewed interest in food provenance and in particular fresh Scottish seafood, Nick and Frances Ryan, have resumed to providing a dedicated seafood menu at Crinan’s Seafood Bar.

Mr Ryan, who can count Rick Stein as being a fan of his hotel, said: “We’ve created an environment for all seafood lovers. The prawns are landed here, in Crinan, by local fisherman, Chris Brown, and we want to use only sustainable fish stocks.” Head chef, Gregor Barra, said: “I’m very excited about the seafood bar. It makes sense for us to do this as we are so close to the sea; that’s what made us famous in the past so we’re just getting back to our roots.”

The seafood bar is open seven days a week for lunch and dinner.

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LATEST: Crinan is offering a unique offer of £97.50 per person for  dinner, bed & breakfast during March and April. But call in advance as this offers is limited and may not be available at weekends.
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