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We are a small family run restaurant along the River Ness. We are a family team with over 22 years experience in the hospitality trade. Our restaurant reflects our passion for excellent Scottish fayre. We offer 2 course lunch deal menu, early Pre-Theatre menu and a la carte menu with a selection to suit all tastes. All fresh local produce used and all stuff homemade by our team of chefs, specially our desserts..
All reviews venison sticky toffee pudding mussels bread cranachan cakes seafood chicken sea bass soup riverside restaurant small restaurant cooked to perfection table by the window main course three courses lovely meal
This is a small restaurant overlooking the River Ness. We were dining with friends in a first visit to the restaurant. We were welcomed by the staff, shown to our table and given menus, all with a pleasant smile. We then had bread and our...More
Stopped in for a late lunch. Thoroughly enjoyed a two course meal, with a glass or red wine and a chocolate stout. Great value for very well prepared plates. Highly recommended. Would not hesitate to go back. Even if just for a cappuccino. Good location...More
We went for dinner two days ago with friends. Had a really lovely meal . I had a special for starter followed by venison which was scrummy and then the pannacotta which was like velvet . Others in the party had dishes consisting of soup,...More
Myself and my daughter had an amazing meal here last night. Charming little restaurant, lovely atmosphere and the service from Julie was the best. Couldn’t fault a thing. We both had the Thai crab and sweetcorn fish cakes which were heaven. I then had the...More
We went for a evening meal on Saturday night we were staying for the weekend in Inverness . What a lovely place the two girls very friendly and what a service they gave everyone . The owner should be very proud of them. We both...More
My wife and I spent our last night in Inverness after a road trip in the Highlands over Easter and booked McBains after reading some really positive comments on Trip Adviser. I must say we were not disappointed my wife had the soup of the...More
There is no ramp but I have taken a wheelchair in before. Up and over the threshold, as if going over a pavement kerb, than a level hallway into the dining area. Unfortunately the toilets are on the first floor. The dining... More
There is no ramp but I have taken a wheelchair in before. Up and over the threshold, as if going over a pavement kerb, than a level hallway into the dining area. Unfortunately the toilets are on the first floor. The dining area can accommodate a wheelchair.
There is no car park at the restaurant. However there is on street parking (with some restrictions). After 6pm there is a large lay by just a few yards from the entrance free to use. According to a window sign the restaurant... More
There is no car park at the restaurant. However there is on street parking (with some restrictions). After 6pm there is a large lay by just a few yards from the entrance free to use. According to a window sign the restaurant is undergoing a refurbishment, having just been taken over, but looks like a mid Feb opening.