Hubs and I were taling this evening and it got me thinking. We love fine dining and have eaten in many of the country's 'best' restaurants. Yet we both agree that the best food we have ever eaten was in a little bistro on the main road in Lochinver on the west coast of Scotland. We had hand dived king scallops, the size and thickness of pork medallions. They were perfectly cooked and better even than the scallops we have eaten at Le Gavroche. Best of all, the dish cost eight quid.