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“This rather small pub was”
Review of The Plough Inn

The Plough Inn
Ranked #2 of 3 Restaurants in Rosemarkie
Certificate of Excellence
Cuisines: British
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Description: Newly renovated lounge and restaurant offering the finest of local food and drink. Exciting new menu accommodating vegan, vegetarian, GF and kids. Our lounge bar has an extensive range of north of Scotland gin, vodka, beer and whisky. Our public bar is in its original form, we celebrate its listed status as one of the very few traditional horse shoe bars offering a vast range of drinks to suit all tastes. We welcome dogs into the public bar. We have ample parking and are on the main bus route through the Blackisle.
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

This rather small pub was a stones throw from a cottage we had rented in the village. It was an absolute please to frequent the staff were lovely and helpful the selection of drinks was amazing. There is a Bistro food bar attached however we did not use this. All in all a really nice place to go whilst on holiday as with all of this area you are going to be made welcome by the local population.

Date of visit: September 2019
Thank 317alfreds
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Reviewed September 4, 2019

They make you feel at home, the drinks and food are good and reasonably priced Colum is a great bartender.

Date of visit: August 2019
Thank Brad H
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Reviewed August 28, 2019

The pub lived up to our expectations during a mid week stop at lunch time. The Bar tender had only been in place for a couple of weeks but did his very best to tell us of the history of the pub.
How the place that served the food can call itself a restaurant beggars belief. After waiting over 30 minutes for a simple sandwich of ham and cheese we were eventually given bread that was not buttered, cheese that was obviously from a bag of grated cheese and ham that was of the cheapest reconstituted type ever available plus a black hair inside my cheese sandwich.
By all means pop into the pub but I would steer clear of the place that murders food.
This place needs refurbishing and serving a menu that respects its customers

Date of visit: August 2019
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Thank Gillholla
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Reviewed August 25, 2019

Not much to say for this Inn that has been there for a few years or so, it could do with an upgrade but we all need that.
It is known as a lively place at night for those who wonder in the nigh air

Date of visit: July 2019
Thank Peter D
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Reviewed August 11, 2019

After sitting in the rather scruffy beer garden on picnic bench which looked like was on its last legs we decided to risk dinner as one of the few places we cd take our dog. Was told on arrival that our table was bring prepared. Told to go through to restaurant after a couple of mins to find cracked formica table had been wiped as was still wet!! Every Starter incl soup was off menu - battered mushrooms was all that remained. We then tried to get Cromarty crusty bread with olive oil and balsamic. Coped when told there was no balsamic but gave up when told Cromarty bread also finished and offered sliced white bread with our oil!!!! Eventually my fish and chips arrived - batter under done and peas weird!! Asked for tartare sauce and may as well have asked for crown jewels. White Wine was warm and after complaining was replaced with another glass of warm wine!! People sitting around us having similar experience - reminded me of Faulty Towers. Very scruffy pub and cannot believe these type of places still exist. AVOID AT ALL COST.

Date of visit: August 2019
1  Thank Sara1958
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