My wife and I took our daughter here for a Sunday birthday lunch. The carpark was busy and the restaurant packed with families of all ages. The young staff were welcoming,efficient and very pleasant despite being "worked off their feet". We all enjoyed our meals and my Cullen Skink followed by "Haggis, Neeps and Tatties" were delicious. A minor constructive suggestion however. On arrival the table surface was spotless but once our drinks had been placed on it the condensation from the glasses left trails of water on it. As coasters are not provided perhaps the waiters could wipe the surface between the starter and main courses and the appearance would be more pleasing to the eye. During our meal we heard lovely background ceilidh music and thought that it was the Radio Scotland Robbie Shepherd programme. It was only on leaving that we realised it was a live band playing opposite the bar area. A real treat.
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