Below you will find some of the top places to eat or purchase the great foods of Argyll and the Islands.
Delicious and varied selection of locally produced meat, fish, dairy, baking, preserves, ales and spirits. Shop local and meet the producers when you pick up your order. Orders placed via the online market open by midnight on a Tuesday can be collected on a Thursday from The Rockfield Centre.
Food from Argyll at the Pier
Enjoy the best in fooand drink at Food from Argyll At The Pier Café at the Oban Ferry Terminal.
Argyll’s food producers are not only set in the stunning scenic heaven, but they also enjoy clear air from the Atlantic and the pure salty West Coast sea having a great influence on the quality of each and every Argyll producers offerings.
Food from Argyll - a unique natural larder and passionate people who love their food. From our hills and glens and pastures to farm and harvest plus miles and miles of coastline to fish and cultivate.
Living and working in one of most scarcely populated areas of Scotland with landscapes and seascapes as diverse as anywhere in Europe, a group of passionate producers strive to bring good food to their customers, working, learning and conversing together to achieve common goals and a unique quality of life.
Meet a few of them here, then come and visit us in Argyll.
Argyll and the Isles is a glorious coastal region of glittering sea lochs, islands, hills and glens just waiting to be explored. It’s divided into eight areas, each with a distinctive character and offering a unique experience.
Enjoy the diversity of food and producers you can meet along the way. Read about some of them here or watch our film series
Taste our Best
Get away from it all on the beautiful islands of Mull, Iona, Coll, Tiree, Islay, Jura, Gigha and Colonsay, delve deeper into Scotland’s history in Lorn and Kintyre, travel through Cowal’s rich landscape of contrasts, enjoy biking and hiking in Loch Lomond and Helensburgh and discover gorgeous gardens and Victoriana on Bute.