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Working up an appetite touring Loch Lomond, The Trossachs and Clyde Sea Lochs?
Then make sure you stop to enjoy some delicious Loch Lomond food and drink in and around our area.
Choose from coffee, cake and home-made ice-cream to Sunday lunch or afternoon tea; not forgetting local distilleries, breweries, tasty Scottish seafood and lots more in between.
Several Loch Lomond hotels and Inns offer Sunday lunch and afternoon tea, including the award winning Knockderry House.
Enjoy a seasonal menu at Colquhoun’s Restaurant at Lodge on Loch Lomond Hotel which has been awarded 2 AA Rosettes for the high quality of its dining. Stop by its sister hotel the Inn on Loch Lomond, or get cosy by the fireside at The Oak Tree Inn, a popular spot to dine after climbing Conic Hill, or posing for a selfie with the iconic Tom Weir statue.
Cameron House on Loch Lomond has great dining options for families and different budgets including The Boat House and The Clubhouse at Cameron.
In Balloch, catch the Farmer’s & Craft Market every weekend at Loch Lomond Shores. Enjoy a meal or quick snack at Café Zest within Jenners.
Loch Lomond’s paddle steamer, the Maid of the Loch is open daily until Autumn (check opening times), serving hot meals and snacks, open daily from 10am to 5pm.
The Helensburgh Market in the Square is held regularly on the second Saturday of each month, with lots of delicious food and drink from local producers.
If you're out and about in Helensburgh or taking the Clyde Sea Lochs Trail, don't forget to pop in to award-winning La Barca or Cattle and Creel to refuel or the delicious pizzas at Padrone Pizza.
Anytime is the perfect time to try something new: sample a dram at Glengoyne Distillery or try some delicious locally brewed beers, available locally, at many bars and restaurants.