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Open since 1995, the simple cooking and warm, friendly atmosphere has allowed The Mustard Seed to become one of Inverness’s favourite restaurants. The Location on the banks of the River Ness in a converted church building is simply stunning and helps create the wonderful ambience. The transformation from disused church to restaurant created a unique space; with a double-height ceiling and magnificent open log fire. Many of the original period features were retained and combined with a mix of natural and modern finishes. The addition of the terrace on the top floor allows alfresco dining and uninterrupted views of the River, another amazing asset for the restaurant.
We were attending the inaugural Monsterfest at The Iron Works and knew we'd need some proper food to set us up for over the weekend. We had a look at TripAdvisor reviews and seeing that The Mustard Seed was just round the corner, we gave...More
So, on arrival, myself and my wife were greeted by a beautiful lady Resturaunt manager in a lovely dress on arrival, who ushered us off upstairs with one of her server’s without delay! Where we were sat at an upstairs seat for two just across...More
My friend and I went to this restaurant while visiting the Highlands for a 21st birthday dinner. While I was more interested in a seafood restaurant across the river, she preferred this one and I acquiesced. The host at our B&B recommended it, and so...More
Visited the mustard seed for lunch with my family over from Dubai. It made our day to have such heat food and a charming, attentive waiter all in one go . Such a great little gem of a restaurant in Inverness. I just love this...More
A very warm welcome is extended to guests from all members of staff from the moment you arrive until you leave.They are friendly, attentive and professional. The ambience is warm and relaxing. Sophia is excellent. She looks after her guests with great care making sure...More
We have eaten here before, and were keen to return on a recent trip to Inverness. We ate from the early evening menu, which was very good value. The starter of black pudding with pear and walnut was so delicious..........Main course equally delicious was chargrilled...More
Hello, yes, contact the restaurant and they will advise. If I mind correctly there were two GF starters and two GF mains,since I did not have dessert I cannot comment. The only downside is they do not have gluten-free bread.