Café Cùil and Fhior supperclub on the Isle of Skye

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Café Cùil joins forces with Edinburgh’s Fhior for a fine-dining supperclub on the Isle of Skye

Café Cùil on the Isle of Skye, and Fhior in Edinburgh – are teaming up on Saturday the 4th of May to bring a fine-dining supper club to the Isle of Skye for one night only.

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Chef-owners Clare Coghill (Café Cùil) and Scott Smith (Fhior) will collaborate on a six-course menu that will infuse Clare’s island produce-inspired dishes with Fhior’s clean, precise, and seasonal cooking.

Scott Smith, Fhior
Scott Smith, Fhior
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clare Coghill, Cafe Cuil
Clare Coghill, Cafe Cuil
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The chefs will alternate courses, using local Skye produce and ingredients foraged by the chefs themselves, creating a unique menu served at Café Cùil.

Clare and Scott will be on hand to chat guests through the creation and innovation process, ingredients and inspirations, as well as to add the finishing touches to dishes at the communal table.

Priced at £90 per person for 6 courses with a welcome drink provided by Isle of Raasay Distillery.

Café Cùil and Fhior Menu

Welcome drink – Isle of Raasay gin dirty gooseberry martini

Venison – smoked egg- wild herb

Beremeal sourdough – aged butter – brunost

Dunvegan crab ravioli – whisky bisque – dill

Asparagus – sunflower seed – wild garlic

Scallop – douglas fir – kohlrabi

Hebridean Hogget – jerusalem artichoke – anchovy

Rhubarb – white chocolate – gorse – blood orange

Finishing dram – Rowan shoot schnapps


The collaboration supper club will be taking place on Saturday the 4th of May at Café Cùil in Carbost on the Isle of Skye. Welcome drinks commence at 7pm, for a 7:30pm start. The communal dining experience is limited to just 30 guests, and advanced booking is necessary.

How to book a space

Unfortunately, due to the nature of this event, dietary requirements or allergies cannot be catered for.

To secure a booking, contact Café Cùil on or call 01478 640575




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