An Lanntair launches its new Café Bar Menu this Saturday (29 October), following the introduction of their new Head Chef, Kenny Mackay. 

Kenny joins the team at An Lanntair from the renowned and award-winning Stravaigin Restaurant in Glasgow. Bringing over ten years’ experience at top end restaurants, Kenny’s creative flair and passion for local produce will offer An Lanntair’s customers in Stornoway a superb new dining experience.

An Lanntair’s new menu is sourced from a whole host of local suppliers, including Isle of Lewis Cheese, Williamsons, Grillburger, Nenna’s mussels from Loch Leurbost, and W. J. Macondald butchers. They will also use locally sourced fresh fish.

Customers will be treated to a menu with everything from An Lanntair’s own haggis, neeps and tatties, to existing firm favourites such as a classic chowder.  A daily specials board with ‘Chef’s Choice’ dishes each day of the week will celebrate everything that seasonal local produce has to offer.  

Kenny Mackay said: “My priority with this new menu is to stay true to the superb local produce of these islands. For example, you’ll see that my specials board will celebrate locally sourced seafood every day.  I want our customers to experience something with us that they can’t get anywhere else on Lewis.  For that reason, the team and I will be making our own haggis here in the An Lanntair kitchens.  You’ll also see some great new creative vegetarian and healthy meal options on my new menu.  I am delighted to be launching this new menu with An Lanntair’s fantastic kitchen and café bar team this week.” 

Customers can choose to drop in anytime for a meal in a relaxed café environment, or book a table in the evenings for a more intimate table service experience. 

To book a table, customers can call An Lanntair’s Café Bar team on 01851 708480.

An Lanntair’s Café Bar is part of ‘An Lanntair Trading Ltd’, a subsidiary company set up to financially support the charitable activities of An Lanntair arts centre.  All profits generated by the trading company are fed back into the charitable work of An Lanntair, which includes its arts programme and extensive education and outreach work.

An Lanntair Trading, which also includes the art centre shop, employs its own team of staff and does not receive any public funding or grants.

It is a local business which has helped to support and develop An Lanntair arts centre to become a key employer for the Isle of Lewis, as well as a promoter of the arts and culture of the Outer Hebrides.