Why not sample some fabulous sea food in the Blasta restaurant

We are delighted to announce that our second restaurant, Blasta, opened in November 2014. Open to the public, Blasta is receiving amazing reviews with dishes lovingly prepared by chef Michael France of Room 9 fame. This cosy and atmospheric restaurant has dark woods and chandeliers. Blasta is also ideal for Private dining and other functions. We now have an extended Drinks List with a selection of Fine Malts, Cocktails and Liquer Coffees

Open 7 days a week.

Restaurant open from 5.30pm till 8.30pm – Mon – Sat

Bookings can be made on 01631 563021 or at the Royal Reception (sample menu below). Come and enjoy the experience!



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The Morven Restaurant

Local Produce and Classic Dishes

Situated on the first floor, our 170 seat restaurant overlooks the Town Square.

Why not let our attentive staff look after your every need? Our team of Chefs are very experienced and provide an excellent selection of Scottish Fayre.

All our food can be complimented with a fine selection of wines and liqueurs, served by our friendly and efficient staff.

We can caterer for almost all dietary requirements and are always happy to give that healthy alternative (please notify hotel prior to arrival with any special dietary requests).

All our ingredients are labelled beside each dish.

The Lounge Bar

Situated on the ground floor, this comfortable area is a great place to sit and relax and watch the world go by. You can enjoy a pre-dinner drink, coffee or sample a wee dram from our fine selection of Scottish Malts. Or why not try out Oban’s prime lunchtime location with a Bar menu of considerable selection made from the finest produce. Not just available for lunch, we serve food from 12 noon till 2.30pm and 5pm till 8.30pm so pop in for a tasty meal (sample menu below).

There is often entertainment to be found in the evening with “The Strathmore Ceilidh Band” featuring Hector MacFadyen and Dave Mason. We also have one of the most popular entertainers on the west coast of Scotland, Basil Forgrieve, as a residential act.