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Mussels on the Isle of Seil

That the end of the road, on the Isle of Seil is a town called Easdale. At least it's Easdale on the map. But, locally it just takes the name of the entire peninsula - Seil.

Easdale is a beautiful little seaside town that seems to be at its best when the shroud of Scottish mist rolls across the tops of the houses.


It was here we had our best dish of mussels while in Scotland. Those who know me know that I'm on a perpetual hunt for a better dish of mussels. Truly God's best work. The only restaurant on this tip of Seil is a great little place called the Oyster Brewery.


Here's my mussels and Dan's big chunk of red meat.



Comments (4)


Looks beautiful!


Love the photos... esp. the one shrouded in the mist... and the one with the kegs all lined up in front of the restaurant. Food look delish as well.

YUM! I am drooling over those mussels. Love your photos.

I love the quaint seaside village with the white buildings. And the mussels look fabulous.

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