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  • A family run licensed restaurant specialising in Indian cuisine combining local seafood with fragrant spices. Their inventive scallop pakora is just one of many delights on offer here.

    This restaurant has gained national recognition for its delicious food from Visit Scotland, who named it in their 2007 shortlist of the top 3 ‘ Taste of the Hebrides. ‘

  • Open: Morning ‘til late
    Extras: Book to avoid disapointment
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    3 Reviews on “Cafe Kisimul Licensed Restaurant”

    1. VERONICA WILSON Cafe Kisimul Licensed Restaurant
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      Forget fancy expensive restaurants, this can’t be beaten. The wonderful aroma as you walk past is enough to make you go inside. i had Crab and Sweetcorn soup to start, Spaghetti Marinara and finished with Strawberry Pavlova. I never normally have 3 courses but the whole meal was wonderful.
      The view is fabulous too

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    2. Kris Cairns Cafe Kisimul Licensed Restaurant
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      Dining on my own . The staff were really friendly. I d forgotten/ lost my glasses, and my arms aren’t t long enough to stretch out to read the menu.
      The scallop pakora and dip was a sublime experience . The Best pakora dish Ever!. A feast of Scottish marinara for the main dish.. Soaked up the juices with a roasting hot chapati. Too much in the end. And I wanted to leave a wee space for the dessert . Apple crumble cheesecake and some pouring cream . The most Fantastical and delightful meal Ever! X

    3. Norrie Galbraith Cafe Kisimul Licensed Restaurant
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      Dined there whilst on holiday and booking is essential, 7.30 prompt and as each table seats four we met another couple who were on holiday too.
      The menu is quite basic but the food was far from basic, we had their famous scallop pakora, and I dined on lamb madras which was well prepared and tasted excellent.

      I would recommend this unique dining experience which incidentally ends around 9.30 when the tables are cleared, as there is only one sitting each night.

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