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so they say ...

The people of easdale are very lucky to have the puffer on their doorstep.   It offers warm hospitality, excellent food and even its own brand of comestibles, all of which are worth eating and taking away! But the puffer is not only worth visiting, it is worth going to visit.  The very short boat trip helps to work up an appetite, as does a walk round this fascinating island which has a unique history.   The puffer has won numerous awards and deserves to win more - it is an example of how excellence can be found even in the smallest and most distant places, and a credit to the family team who have made it work and work brilliantly well.



social puffer

our tearoom.

During the day the Puffer is a delightful tearoom offering freshly prepared snacks and lunches, daily seafood specials, an array of home baking, cream teas, Brodies ‘volcanic’ freshly ground coffee, Wee Tea Company’s loose leaf teas, Porrelli’s Ice Cream & soft drinks. Our friendly, helpful staff are happy to chat about the island and its history

Our dishes are freshly prepared and follow the same ethos as our restaurant promoting local, sustainable produce wherever possible. We cater for vegetarians, vegans and have lots of gluten free options too.

AAn outside patio overlooking the island’s harbour provides views of the Firth of Lorn, Isle of Mull, Inish Island and Ellenabeich. There is also an adjacent community owned playpark to keep the kids entertained with haunted pirate ship, swings and balance beam.

The Puffer hosts many event/theme nights throughout the year for the community and visitors. Please check our Facebook page for upcoming dates or join our mailing list for future notification of events. The restaurant is also available to book for private functions. Please contact us with your requirements

Due to our location we would always advise a telephone call or email before visiting in the winter months to avoid disappointment.