We live locally and went in to check it out with the new management. I was hoping for a new menu, but it was the same menu and nowhere near the same quality. Very disappointing and it has put me off going again.
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We have been here about four times when passing through Inverness in our camper van on our summer holidays and we always enjoy calling in after a cycle ride along the towpath. Previously we've enjoyed sitting on the delightful balcony with views over the Beauly...More
My wife and I have visited this establishment twice in the last few week - firstly by ourselves and then with two visitors. On both occasions we were very happy with the meal we ordered and the helpfulness of the staff on duty. Great views...More
Visited pub on a Saturday afternoon. Friendly welcome and comfortable surroundings. 4 real ales on offer. Seats available at front of pub otr at the rear.
We went here for lunch in the bar and the roast lamb was very nice and the chicken on the bed of haggis was very good. The portions were very generous and a pudding could not be sampled as we couldn't fit it in (next...More
To be fair for a great location the food is very average and under whelming and really lacks it's own identity my fish and chips was very small and lacked oomph the new management should look to RE vamp the menu until then I will...More
This is a charming and cozy little restaurant and pub in a rustic setting. I appreciated the simplicity of it and the friendliness of the staff. My main was not necessarily what I would normally get but as I had been travelling for so long,...More
After a long day's sight seeing we went into this unassuming little inn overlooking the firth for dinner. Ordered an entrée and a main. The entrée (haggis, tatties and neeps stack) was delicious and quite a generous serving. Main meal was equally generous (chicken with...More