Locals know the Manor House restaurant as the place to go for a special dinner in Oban.
Our complete dinner menu changes daily. You are assured of an excellent choice of fine dishes made with the freshest ingredients available from Scotland’s abundant larder. Choices always include a vegetarian entrée.
Head chef Shaun Squire has been cooking for us for over 10 years and consistently provides a truly creative menu.
While the menu is presented as a 5 course prix fixe, if your appetite is less, each course is offered a la carte. Look over today’s menu and consider joining us.
The Restaurant at the Manor House provides an exquisite dining experience.
The restaurant occupies the original kitchen of the Manor House with its
cast iron range in the corner.
The restaurant has also recently been awarded Visit Scotland’s Taste Our Best award for 2016/17. You can learn more about the award here.
Decorated in a traditional style with fine linens and tableware, it is a peaceful setting to enjoy a beautiful dinner.
While the menu is offered as a 5 course prix fixe, if your appetite is less, you may order dishes individually.
Take a look at today’s menu and think of joining us for a lovely dinner.
Drop by for lunch in Nelson’s Bar. The Manor House is popular within Oban as a quiet spot away from the bustle of town. With parking readily available, it is an elegant meeting point for friends or business acquaintances. Daily special salads, sandwiches and entrées are added to the standard favourites and seasonal menu.
Head Chef Shaun Squire has been cooking for us for over 10 years and always provides a truly creative menu.
Shaun started his career in London working at Claridges, The Four Seasons at Inn on the Park and the Pied a Terre where he gained invaluable experience working alongside Richard Neat. After spending some time in Jersey, he then moved north, worked in Inverness before settling in the Oban area and has been at The Manor House since Feb 2000.
Shaun is an exceptional chef who shows incredible knowledge and understanding of fine food and maintains extremely high standards both in preparation skills and presentation of his dishes.
Welcome to the Manor House
Monday 20th February 2017
Pan-fried West Coast Scallops
with Cauliflower & Peanuts £10
Gressingham Duck Breast
with Chocolate and Orange £10
Goat’s Cheese Bon bons with
Beetroot and Basil Salad £10
Roast Parsnip Soup £4
West Coast Seafood Grill with New Potatoes,
Asparagus, Spinach & Lemon Dressing £23.50
Pan-fried Sea bass Fillet with Herb-crushed
New Potatoes and Orange & Fennel Salad £23.50
Stuffed Pork Fillet with Apricot and Apple, Creamed
Leeks and Spring Onion & Bacon Mash £23.50
Guinea Fowl Supreme with Potato Fondant,
Confit Carrot and Wilted Spinach £23.50
Scottish Fillet of Beef Served with Mustard Mash,
Stornoway Black Pudding and Glazed Asparagus £27.50
Courgette & Red Onion Tarte Tatin with Brie & Basil £17.50
Selection of Desserts £8
Coffee & Petit Fours £3.50
Table d’hote £42.00
A la Carte – Appetiser £10/Soup £4/Sorbet £3/Main £23.50/Vegetarian £17.50/
Dessert £8/Coffee & Petit Fours £3.50
All include VAT @ 20%.
Gratuities are left to your discretion