At the port of Oban is one of the restaurants that specializes in seafood that is famous in Scotland. With views of the ocean, the Hebrides (such as the Isles of Kerrera and Mull) and calm. All of the dishes (ask for seafood) have an impressive quality and presentation, to name a few: shrimp, lobster, sea bass, oysters, mussels and salmon pate, all that will impress guests. You will find good wines, with reference to Spain centered in Galicia, as Ribeiro and Alvariños; also champagne and other spirits of the zone, as the malt whiskey produced in Oban (extended soft palate). Best of all is when we asked for the bill and I saw that we could eat the same in Spain and pay twice as much there (that's because the seafood here - impressive quality for the cold Atlantic waters - is not assessed in the same manner as in Spain). Indeed, Ee-usk means "fish" in Scottish Gaelic (which on these shores could be called Doric). That said, a restaurant to be very, very good.
The bar/restaurant Cuan Mor is located in Oban city center opposite the port that opens onto the Atlantic and the Irish Sea, close to the distillery. It's is a nice cafe with outdoor seating which also serves some simple dishes. One of the best parts is that this establishment, compared to many other pubs, is that it only serves beer from the nearby Oban distillery so the beer is far more flavorful than other brands!
Facing the Oban harbor in the center of the town on the western coast of the Scottish Highlands, Kitchen Garden is both a shop and a tea room/restaurant, since you can eat on the mezzanine inside the store! It is mostly a deli that offers excellent products from the region, as well as some things that are imported from other countries (including an excellent selection of cheeses), so good!
MacGillivrays Seafood Bar is a culinary institution in Oban, on the Atlantic coast of the Scottish Highlands. Although it is located in a van next to the ferry terminal, you can still enjoy the excellent seafood, barbecue, or white wine. All of the fish is obviously freshly caught by local fishermen!