Thursday, 23 February 2012

Monday, 7 November 2011

Hogmanay Dinner

Lime Tree An Ealdhain Restaurant

Hogmanay Dinner Menu

Set Price £39.95

Selection of Canapés


Clapshot Soup

Haggis Crouton


Ceviche of Halibut

Tomato Jelly, Soft Herb Salad, Coriander Oil


Champagne & Mint Granita


Fillet of Aberdeen Angus Beef

Wild Mushroom Gratin, Smoked Mushrooms, Red Wine & Rosemary Jus


Herb Crusted Fillet of Salmon

Julienne of Winter Vegetables, Saffron & Surf Clam Broth


Dark Chocolate & Heather Honey Delice

Clootie Dumpling Ice Cream, Whisky Crème Anglaise


Chef’s Selection of Petit Fours

Wednesday, 2 November 2011

Three new painting by David Wilson.

David Wilson's Studio is at the Lime Tree and is open to the public daily

Loch Laggan. Canvas size 60x60 framed 70x70 Price £795.00

Loch Lochy towards Ben Nevis. Canvas size 60 x 60 cm framed 70 x 70 Price £795

Strathcarron Salt Marsh Canvas size 60 x 60 Framed 70 x 70 price £795

Tuesday, 1 November 2011

First Day of November

First day in weeks and weeks that it has not rained on me! Picture Ben Nevis looking 'interesting'

Monday, 31 October 2011

Christmas and Hogmanay menu now available

2011 Christmas Festive Menu @ Lime Tree An Ealdhain,               Restaurant Fort William

 The Lime Tree An Ealdhain Restaurant is Fort William’s Award Winning Fresh Food Restaurant with

Two AA Rosette for Food Excellence  -  Silver Eat Scotland Award (the highest grade in Town) listed in various guides including Relish Scotland ‘Top 15 Scottish Restaurants’ & 2012 Good Food Guide

For your 2011 Christmas Festive Staff Meal why not give yourselves a real treat at the Lime Tree – Fresh cooked food is not as expensive as you might think  – prices start for a three course meal at £19.95 pp – so go on gives us a try – you deserve it.

We can sit up to 50 persons and are happy to arrange entertainment to your requirements

We are also offering superb room discounts to save driving home from £30.00 pp B&B

Tuesday, 18 October 2011

New Snow on Ben Nevis

Early snowfall indicates a good winter climbing and ski season (fingers crossed)