- Address: Achany Glen,, By Lairg IV27 4EE Sutherland
- Owner: Andy Waugh
- Tel: 01549 402888
- Email: email@example.com
- Web: macandwild.com/falls-of-shin/
- Opening Hours: Open 7 days a week. – Breakfast: Monday – Sunday, 10am – 12pm (No bookings – walk-ins only) – Lunch / Afternoon: Monday – Sunday, 12pm – 5pm (No bookings – walk-ins only) – Dinner: Fridays and Saturday evenings only, 5.30pm – 9pm (Walk-ins welcome. For bookings please call 01549 402888). Group bookings welcome. The Pavilion (open). Open 7 days a week, 10am – 3pm. Serving a selection of teas, coffees, soft drinks, cakes and ice cream.
- Places to Eat
Mac & Wild at Falls of Shin features a 50-cover restaurant, a pavilion with outside seating (x 60 outside covers), a gift shop, and an exciting schedule of Mac & Wild experiences. Throughout the year, Mac & Wild will host foraging walks and talks, haggis-making masterclasses, whisky masterclasses and meet the maker masterclasses, where guests can meet Mac & Wild’s producers and suppliers, while learning about the provenance of the produce. Later in 2018, Mac & Wild plan to introduce additional workshops and immersive experiences; with the likes of sheep shearing sessions and curing classes on the agenda.
The menus in the restaurant feature a selection of Mac & Wild’s signature dishes such as; their award winning Veni-Moo Burger (voted London’s and UK’s Best Burger 2016), Haggis Pops, Venison Sunday Roastswith all the trimmings and Deep-Fried Mars Bar Sundae served from the Kitchen menu. The new menu focuses on seasonal Scottish produce available throughout the year from local farmers and fishermen. Dishes from the Counter, available to eat in or takeaway include; Venison topside Open Sandwich, topped with Homemade Salsa Verde, Roasted Veg, Kohlrabi and Chili Slaw; Venison and Pork Sausage Rolls, as well as a selection of homemade salads and soups served everyday until 5pm. Diners can tuck into breakfast dishes such as; Eggs and Avocado, Porridge (served to your preference) and a traditional Full Scottish Breakfastfeaturing Portmahomack Bacon, Tattie Scone, Venison Sausage, Black Pudding, Mushrooms, Lorne Sausage, Eggs and Bone Marrow Beans, offering both Scots and visitors alike a true taste of the Highlands.