The Whitehouse Blog
Lovely new entry in the Good Food Guide 2013Posted: 17th September 2013 at 05:49 pm
The 2013 Good Food Guide is out and our entry has been updated. It says
" With food all around, the Morvern peninsula inspires hunger; Whitehouse co owners Jane Stuart-Smith and Sarah Jones know how to feed the HIghlands to thier guests. Their delightful whitewashed restaurant is prettily plan and the location has attracted a kitchen team with a strong pedigree. A fresh, appealing menu puts fish and seafood to the fore in dishes like parten bree or langoustine with rapeseed mayonnaise. Meat from the Ardtornish Estate is another feature, demonstrating the value of long lasting local connections. Stag liver and kidneys, ususally snaffled as the gun's treat is served here with capers and whisky jus. Puddings are understandably boozy; try boarder tart with Tobermory malt whisky or a frozen Highland belini with home grown strawberries and Shetland gin."
Light lunch for 100Posted: 6th September 2013 at 10:03 am
The Whitehouse was delighted to serve lunch for over 100 guests who visited the launch of the Achabeg Affordable Housing project yesterday at the ste of the new houses (see www.ardtornish.co.uk for info) . The sun shone and the views down the Sound of Mull were magnificent. We served, among other things, dressed crab (from Mull of course).
Research from the Sustainable Restaurant Association on what customers wantPosted: 22nd August 2013 at 06:26 pm
Eighty five per cent say they know little or nothing about the social and environmental standards of the restaurants in which they eat, while almost exactly the same number (84%) want restaurants to tell them more about their sustainability.
SRA Sustainability Rating
You can read the , , for our in-depth interpretation of the survey results and find out about our predictions for consumers' top issues for 2014.