First stay in Inverness and our inn-keeper suggested this and a handful of other spots. We chose The Kitchen by default because it was very close to our B&B and they could seat us right away.
The building is not what we in the U.S. would consider a restaurant. There are three levels--street seems to be mostly bar, a second floor dining room seemed quieter and hidden from the massive stairway and then the top floor with patio. We were seated on top. Cool industrial chic--exposed metal beams and glass, great view of River Ness.
The menu offered a variety of tradition and new twists. Being a foodie and traveling with a food fussy 16-year-old will help you fathom the breadth of range a kitchen can meet. This place passed. Pizza for the kid, food that would have been at home in Portland, Seattle or Monterey for the adults.
The only, albeit small, drawback was the service seemed awkward. Whenever we asked for something it took a bit (probably the stairs) and it was always someone else who brought it. It was like there were five servers and waiters assigned to our table. Regardless it worked and we would happily go back.
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