Celebrate Christmas this year with The Harbour Café, the perfect pescatarian alternative to a typical Christmas dinner!  


For only £60 per head this box includes:


Sourdough & Edinburgh butter

Haddie Pate & homemade pickled cucumbers

Mini crab cakes & chilli jam

Trout gravadlax & mustard sauce

Fish ’sausage’ roll & romesco sauce

Trout caviar, sour cream & blinis


3x or 4x langoustines (depending on weight) 

Aioli & lemon

Italian roast potatoes with rosemary & garlic

Wilted spinach 


Isle of Mull cheddar & fig chutney

Spiced almond, chocolate & hazelnut cake with armagnac cream



1x pouch of Artisan Roast ground coffee

1x peppermint tea bags


Contents will keep until 25th December 2020, please refrigerate. 


Order now for delivery on Wednesday 22nd December. Please note that this delivery date is NOT guaranteed and delivery will be attempted the following day if it does not arrive on the 22nd. 


To order for more than 8 guests, please contact us to arrange. 


All packaging is either compostable or fully recyclable. 

The Harbour Café Festive Box

    • Please order by 12pm Friday 17th December. 


    • Deliveries are made by our courier APC and are currently available to UK MAINLAND addresses on a next day service. Unfortunately this service is unavailable for certain postcodes. To see if your postcode is affected please click here.


    • Please note that your order can be delivered anytime between 8am - 6pm on your chosen delivery date. Tracking details will be provided when your order is shipped so you can track your delivery with APC.


    • Whilst we are aiming for Wednesday delivery of our festice food boxes and any additional add on's, this can not be guaranteed. We work with a third party courier and cannot be held responsible for delays outside of our control. If delivery cannot be made on Wednesday, the courier, if able, will attempt to make a Thursday delivery. We will always take steps to minimise the delay where we can.
  • All our boxes will come with full ingredient and allergen lists.

Did you see these?!