History and Serious Food

There's some corner of a Belgravia Street that is forever Scotland. Boisdale restaurant has deep roots in myth and history. In Gaelic mythology, Tir nan Og was a realm of Gods and heroes set in glorious landscape, out beyond the ultimate West. On South Uist, Loch Boisdale and its surrounding region, with hills looming out of the mist, is a real-life Tir nan Og. It is easy to imagine hairy, tweedy Gods, smoking their pipes in the heather, discussing the day's deer-stalking.

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