The imaginative menu changes daily & it is a fully licensed restaurant.
It caters for traditional & international tastes at extremely reasonable prices.
Vegetarians are well catered for with creative dishes. Vegan food can also be prepared on request.
Open all year around daily. Breakfast, lunch, dinner as well as delicious home made bread, cakes & superb teas & coffees make it irresistible to visit anytime of the day. The atmosphere is warm & cosy with music from around the world adding to its ambience. Arriba welcomes everyone with open arms tourists and locals alike.
One visit will just not be enough during your time in Skye. If you are lucky enough to catch the special musical evenings, celebrating dance & music you will never want to leave! This is truly is a gem of a place displaying the best of café culture and is much loved by locals as well as tourists.
What others say...
Cafe Arriba featured in Country Living Magazine "Guide To Rural Scotland"
Arriba was also selected as one of the ‘Top 10 vegetarian restaurants’ in the U.K. in The Times article of May 2007.
John Turturro who starred with George Clooney in ' Oh Brother wherefort art thou?' visited Arriba several times in July 2008 with his family. He said that the bacon, leek and cheese flatbreads was "one of the best flatbreads I have had in my entire life".When asked what he liked about Arriba he said " the reason I keep coming back is that it is the best espresso on Skye".
Arriba is supporting the charity WaterAid by donating 5p for every glass of water.