Poached eggs Crab bisque and sourdough
Speciality coffee Clare Coghill cooking

Hebridean brunch & lunch inspired by the wild landscape of Skye

Cùil: Scots Gaelic {f} n. Nook, nest or corner /kɪlʲ/

Café Cùil began its story in the heart of Hackney, East London in 2019 by award-winning chef Clare Coghill. Hailing from the Isle of Skye, her passion for Hebridean produce combined with her Gaelic influences created a unique café space in London that fast became a hotspot for brunch lovers around the city.

Now based back on the Isle of Skye, the café has been reborn in the idyllic setting of Carbost.

Drawing inspiration from the wild, natural larder that Skye has to offer, Café Cùil uses locally-sourced, sustainable produce combined with traditional ingredients to give its own refreshing take on brunch & lunch.

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