I recently dined here with my wife and friends. The first impressions were good with marvellous room decor, a log stove and welcoming staff. Slightly disappointed that a few bulbs on the boat and round the bar were blown, but this is one of my obsessions. The table had a lovely view over the loch and rearwards towards the crannog (well worth a visit too). The service was friendly and efficient. We were slightly puzzled as we were 'fitted in' at 6:30 pm, but there were only three full table by 8pm. My starter of the seafood platter was plentiful, with a good selection of fish. My main course was a lovely piece of cod which was extremely fresh, together with hand-cut chips, pea puree and a pleasant salad. Everyone enjoyed their meals and the puddings, including rice pudding and creme brulee, were reported to be delicious. My only slight criticism was the venison special enjoyed by a friend, which was very expensive for the portion sizes served. The rose wine was delicious and I was told that the red wine was good too. Overall, an excellent meal for about £38 per head.