About the Gorse Bush
The Old Village Hall was erected during WWI by the military, and originally served as a shooting range. Donated to the people of Kinlochewe after the war, it served for decades as the village hall and was the social hub of the village. Much of the original construction remains in place to this day, including the hardwood floors.
The Gorse Bush today is a relaxed, independent restaurant serving the best of the superb produce of Wester Ross. We love to showcase the local fish and seafood, game and fruit and vegetables grown by small-scale producers in the immediate area.
Meat & Game - Morrison's of Gairloch
Eggs, Fruit & Veg - Cromasaig 9 Croft, Kinlochewe
Langoustines - Gairloch Seafresh
Fish - Bell's of Scrabster & DM Seafoods Ullapool
Scallops - Davy Price, Kinlochewe
Black Pudding - Ritchie's of Aultbea
For the Gorse Bush:
'Hugely popular... a bite of the Highlands in a roll!' A Taste of the Highlands, Ghillie Basan, 2021
'Carefully sourced produce... perfectly executed' Stevenson's Hotel & Good Food Guide 2020
Informal Dining Restaurant of the Year 2019 (Bridge of Orchy Hotel)
Hotel Chef of the Year (Highlands) 2018 (Aultbea Hotel)
Hotel Restaurant of the Year 2017 (Aultbea Hotel)