Eating & Drinking


There is a choice of places to eat and drink in Cromarty itself.
 

This year’s Festival Hub will once again be at The Old Brewery, Burnside Place. Here you will find a delicious menu on offer in the cafe as well as a well-stocked bar and specially brewed 'Festivale', courtesy of our friends up the road, Cromarty Brewing Company!  

For opening times and menu at the Festival Hub, click here
 


Sutor Creek  is situated by the harbour, a licensed, café/restaurant which specialises in pizza cooked in a purpose built wood-fired oven and the best local seafood. A wide range of daily specials are also available which are based on locally sourced, seasonal products. Coffee, tea and hot chocolate are served throughout the day.  Open from 11am each day till late (last orders 9pm).

Tel: 01381 600855  (Please book quickly, as reservations go very fast)


The Cromarty Bakery, at the High St end of Bank Street, is well known for it's selection of great savouries, pastries and cakes. So, perfect for a quick snack or an alfresco meal by the sea (very bracing in December!); they also serve take-away hot drinks.

Open 8.30am till 4pm Saturday.

www.spanglefish.com/CromartyBakery


The Emporium in the High Street, offers a choice of teas, cafétiere coffee, yummy hot chocolate and cold drinks in their cosy coffee-shop, all with a choice of biscuits included in the price!  They also have a great range of books, (new & secondhand), plus greetings & postcards, jewellery, gifts, and toys.  Good for a browse for unusual Christmas presents!     

Open 10.30am till 4.30 pm daily.  www.cromartyemporium.co.uk


Couper's Creek Cafe, in Church Street. Couper’s Creek offers a selection of home-made soups, delicious salads, open sandwiches and fabulous paninis on the lunch menu.  Plus gorgeous gifts and jewellery so you can do your Christmas shopping whilst you munch!

Open daily 10.00am - 5.00pm

www.facebook.com/couperscreek


The award-winning Cheese House, in Bank Street, just opposite the Bakery, sells an extraordinary and delicious range of traditional Dutch and artisan Scottish cheeses.  A visit to the shop has to become part of your weekend experience.

www.cromartycheese.com
 


The Cromarty Arms, in Church Street, offers a range of good pub grub, plus tea & coffee. Open usual licensing hours.

www.cromartyarms.com   Tel: 01381 600230
 

 


The Royal Hotel, situated right next to the Harbour, offers a variety of meals and refreshments. Not to mention a cosy log burning fire.

www.royalhotel-cromarty.co.uk   Tel: 01381 600217