TWO Harris restaurants have been singled out for praise by adventure travel agents Wilderness Scotland.
The North Harbour Bistro in Scalpay was opened last year by George Lavery, and has garnered rave reviews ever since.
Says Wilderness Scotland: "A tiny restaurant with a big passion for fresh local produce and a real talent in the kitchen. We have been getting rave reviews from guides and clients alike who have enjoyed stunning dishes with incredible local ingredients."
The Temple Cafe, in Northton, is run by Gail and Reuben Miles.
According to Wilderness Scotland: "Low-key and rustic charm are in spades at this friendly cafe in Northton on Harris.
"The food ranges from delicious homebaking to enjoy with a coffee to some fantastic meals prepared with a hearty Hebridean welcome. We recommend the pulled pork with bbq sauce followed by a slice of giant Strawberry shortcake."
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