Finding tasty Thai cuisine in the capital of the Hebrides may come as a surprise, but this fusion of East meets Western Isles (garlic meets Gaelic?) uses the finest local produce, especially seafood. Try the pad ped thalay, wonderfully tasty prawns and mussels with red curry paste and peppers. And for those who like it hot, order the Thai Café hot pan - marinated chicken stir-fried with peppers, mushrooms, ginger and lots of garlic - which comes sizzling to the table. Booking is highly recommended, and take your own wine (there is a corkage charge).
... I'm getting hungry already. I think we already knew it was the finest Thai in Scotland.