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Only stopped in for drinks, but the smells from the kitchen were very enticing. We received a warm welcome and we loved the ambience of the tavern. Their menu was very nice and I only wished we had more time in Inverness to try out...More
We visited here on our first night in town. We sat upstairs, Four of us were traveling together and the menu was diverse. I remember the soup was fantastic. Everyone loved their dinner, There is a bar downstairs and seating outside as well. It offered...More
Didn't eat here so can't comment but,as a pub only review, this has to be one of the top pubs in Inverness. Their choice of real ales is consistently good. It's usually crowded both inside and out (heated in cold weather), and it takes only...More
We were able to snag an outdoor seat on a busy night. My husband and son had the haggis,tatties, and neeps and the haddock and chips. Both received thumbs up. Great beer selection. All enjoyed with a nice view of the castle. Service was polite...More
Really nice wee pub with very friendly staff. Nice selection of beers on offer and although we didn't eat we did see some of the food being tucked into and it looked and smelt lovely. The floor was a bit dirty with crumbs etc the...More
The tavern is located right across the street from the end point of the Great Glen Way. Stop in for a celebratory pint and ask about their completion certificates. You are likely to run into fellow hikers as you relax and celebrate.