The shores and seas around Skye abound with marine life, whilst the land supports sheep grazed on sweet heather, wild venison and the renowned highland cattle. The finest and freshest produce is readily available and is transformed at the Stein Inn into mouth-watering, home-cooked dishes.
Whether choosing a bar snack, light lunch or a full three-course evening meal, the emphasis is on good, wholesome food at affordable prices. Evening diners can take advantage of eating in the bar lounges or reserving a table in the reserved seating area. We do not take reservations for lunch. If weather permits it is also possible to eat alfresco at our picnic tables by the shore.
All meals are freshly prepared to order with a menu that changes daily in accordance with the season’s availability. We believe in using the freshest of local produce Skye and Lochalsh has to offer, when available. We are delighted to have been accredited in Taste of Scotland, VisitScotland’s scheme, which recognises and celebrates businesses who provide locally sourced, quality food and drink. We are also delighted to be supporters of Taste Local food group.
Temptations for the palette from the evening menu may include the following starters:
- Fresh West Coast Mussels Merniere
- Three Varieties of Mushrooms Pan Fried with Garlic
- Skye Scallops in Oatmeal
- Camembert in Cranberry Sauce
And some of the main courses which may be available, as well as vegetarian meals and a children’s menu:
- Highland Venison Pie
- Scottish Salmon with Vermouth and Tarragon Sauce
- Steak braised in Skye Ale
- Pork Chop with Walnut and Achmore Blue Cheese Butter
- Breast of Duck with Garlic Cider Cream Sauce
- Bean and Nut Patties with Angus’ Plum Chutney
There is also a lunchtime menu available in the bar featuring; Scottish Ploughman’s often including Clava Brie or Drumloch cheeses, Local Fresh Crab Sandwiches, Toasties (including the ‘legendary’ Haggis & Beer Toastie), and two types of Smoked Salmon Platters, as well as other fresh ‘dailies’.
Meals are available at the following times from Easter to October:
Lunch Menu: Mon – Sat 12:00 – 16:00; Sun 12:30 – 16:00
Evening Menu: Mon – Sat 18:00 – 21:30; Sun 18:30 – 21:00
During Winter we may be closed on some Mondays so please ring to check. Our serving times are:
Lunch Menu: Mon – Sat 12pm – 2:30pm: Sun 12.30 – 3 pm
Bar Supper Menu: Mon – Thurs, Sun 5:30pm – 8pm; Fri, Sat 5:30pm – 8:30pm
Meals are available all year round, but it is advisable to check availability in winter months, as some holidays and maintenance work may affect times. Please note, shellfish and seafood may not be available in the winter depending on variables such as weather and supplies.
Policy on dogs in the Inn
We do not allow dogs in the public rooms between 6pm and 9.30pm (5.30 – 8.30 in Winter). Dogs are welcome out with these hours if we are not too busy and at the discretion of the bar staff. Guide Dogs are welcome at all times and everywhere. Thank you for your tolerance.
The Isle of Skye and the Highlands have some wonderful fresh produce from our land and seas. We believe in using them not only because of the quality but because it supports the local economy and reduces our food miles and carbon footprint. We are delighted to be working with:
Sconser Scallops Wonderful hand dived scallops which are grown in an environmentally and ecologically protected way.
Andy Race Fish Merchants The freshest of fish and mussels. They also supply us with our two varieties of smoked salmon, which they unusually use peat to smoke.
Dunvegan fishing boats, which are out in all weathers to bring Langoustines, Lobsters and Crabs to our tables.
Isle of Skye Oysters – Fresh Oysters which are grown in Loch Harraport.
Isle of Skye Fresh Produce – supply us with wonderful fresh herbs and leaves.
John M Munro (butchers) Our meat is supplied by Munros, a Highland butcher, which sources most of its meat from the Highlands.
Glendale Salads – wonderful organic, unusual salad leaves.
Letterfinlay Foods – our contact for cheeses from Scotland – Isle of Mull, Clava, Strathdon, Lockerbie, Kintyre, etc.