We had being recommended to visit this restaurant. We had a late lunch ...great food and very friendly staff would highly recommend this restaurant.
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Booked a table in advance but this was not necessary as the restaurant was very quiet - just three or four tables in use. The place is clean and tidy but the tables and chairs could do with a refresh
Due to family illness and hospitalisation, the Eilean Dubh very kindly squeezed us in at very short notice for our takeaway Christmas dinner. This was such a relief given everything that was going on in our life with ill and disabled parents. Food was to...More
Found this charming restaurant today and had lunch - the best Cullen Skink soup ever! We had soup and sandwiches and my grandson had sausage,beans and mash. He is 5 and told us the mash was beautiful! We did try some and it's fab, asked...More
We had a nice meal tonight and enjoyed all the locally sourced food. The Lamb and Monk Fish scampi were yummy. All the sauces tasted herby and delicious. The sticky toffee pud and chic cheesecake was very good and we shared a cheese board. We...More
Poor lighting, polyester net curtains, plastic tables and cracked upholstery could be overlooked if the food were fantastic. Unfortunately it's not. Prices are high (but typical of the area), service good and nice large fabric napkins . The menu was varied and tempting but failed...More
We were staying in a rented cottage at Rosemarkie and decided to try this restaurant as could get there.easily on the local bus. We were surprised by the extent of the menu and the food was cooked to order and beautifully presented . The young...More
Went for Sunday lunch and chose the carvery. It was all delicious- a choice of roast meats and a huge variety of vegetables.
Visited here with my family on a wee break to Nairn. The service was excellent and the food was excellent. My macaroni cheese was superb. The Cullen skink was also superb. The waitress was very friendly and chatty and was very good with the 5...More