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...tranquil experience of food & tea ...

Welcome to

Chidakasha Skye

Come in and spend an evening with us, experience a vegetarian restaurant with a unique blend of food and tea in a tranquil hideaway in a quiet corner of Skye just a few miles from Dunvegan and Neist Point.

Just as the word Chidakasha bears the meaning of 'abode of peace' found within each one of us, I have been given an opportunity to create a space to host you with pure ingredients from nature - some of the vegetables from our own Red Roof croft, combined with a selection of beautifully crafted teas from the other side of the world.


Tea and teapots
Illustration of teapots and fruit stand

The vegetarian food range is eclectic, the flavours mostly inspired by countries of the East. Warming spices of cinnamon, cumin, fennel & coriander entwine with the pungent mustard, black cardamom and turmeric.  

The Teahouse is not just a place to eat. Welcome and share in co-creating this space - our own abode of peace.

Bowls of salad

The Teahouse’s kitchen is busy in the mornings, where after picking our own grown vegetables, herbs & flowers, all is prepared with lots of love & care to serve for you in the evenings. Other produce, where possible, is seasonally sourced locally, and most of our ingredients are organic.

Lalani Tea Leaves

We have the pleasure of working with some of the best suppliers of exquisite single estate and organic teas - Postcard TeasLalani & Co. We all share immense passion and appreciation of the ancient tradition of tea making and admiration for the skills of the individual Tea Masters. Additionally, I pick herbs on the croft and around Skye in the summer to accompany the tea leaf in our tea selection.

Find us

Chidakasha Teahouse is located in Glendale, a picturesque part of North West Skye famous for its beautiful sunset spots.


Use the map to discover where we are or plan your route.


Also, look out for the signs on the road towards Glendale and for our distinctive red roof building of the Teahouse.

Illustration of Stag
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