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Kyle Hotel Restaurant
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Dining options: Reservations
Reviewed July 2, 2012

very good food and plenty-ful very hot so watch yer mouth usaly the food aint that hot but this feels it came straight oot a furnaice

Thank oman987
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Reviewed June 21, 2012

Breakfast adequate but waffle machine (although waffles listed on the menu) was broken.

Thank G M
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Reviewed June 21, 2012

Dinner was very good, staff OK, one breakfast fine, the other not very good -possibly as we started after a huge Navy party had eaten two houts earlier!

Thank Walter M
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Reviewed April 20, 2012

We stayed 2 nights in the near of Kyle of Lochalsh. The first evening we drove up to the town to find a restaurant for dinner. After a longer stroll thru Kyle of Lochalsh, we figured out that there was just 4 places open where you can eat. One was a indian restaurant, one was a take away, the Kyle Hotel and opposite the Hotel was a little restaurant in the first floor of the building, called The Waverley.
Unfortunately it was my own bad decision to go into the Kyle Hotel. The restaurant room looked very out of time, as did the whole building actually.
The menu wasn't to big or to small and there was something for everybody on it. The meals where a kind of classical dishes, nothing special or outstanding.
We ordered grilled goats cheese and crab cocktail for starters and posh fish and chips and chicken with sauce "Diana" with chips and veg.
We didn't have to wait to long for our starters, what is a good sign. The crab cocktail was pretty much okay and the goats cheese was just a slice of cheese on a small slice of toast quickly grilled under a salamander. No drizzel of olive oil or anything in this way. A few leafes of salad served with this. The starters where nothing special at all, but obviously standart in this place.
The main arrived shortly after the starter plates where cleared. The posh fish & chips wasn't that "posh" meal I thought its gonna be. The chunky chips tasted like fish! Obviously deep fried beside the fish. The battered salmon was tasteless and the batter itself tasted like old frying oil and it was soaked with frying oil. A very bad sign what means that the days of the deep fat frying oil are completely over! The peas served with this dish where also tasteless and there was no sign of a knob of butter or olive oil. I guess they where just heated up in a microwave without seasoning at all. All in all a very dissapointing dish!
The chicken which my girlfriend chose wasn't much better. The breast was overcocked, what means that the meat was dry. The sauce "Diana" what should be a mushroom sauce (the waitress sayed so when we ordered) was a sauce which just tasted like mustard with a few pieces of mushroom in it. The veg looked like frozen veg just boiled in plain water, just like my peas tasteless and no sign of a knob of butter. Her chips, compared to my chips, didn't taste like fish. I asked myself, do they have 2 fryers?
All in all, the main courses didn't leave a good feeling for us about this restaurant. So we didn't ordered any dessert and just asked for the bill.

Fazit: we can't recommend this restaurant to anybody at all. But if you don't mind tasteless & boring food, you may feel welcome there.
The only half good thing where the service. At least the 2 woman working this evening tried to be as friendly and (in there own way) professional as possible.

Well, when we arrived back at our B&B we checked Tripadvisor and found out that "The Waverley" Restaurant opposite the Kyle Hotel had the highest ratings of all restaurants in this area. We should have stayed though. We didn't eat there but do not waste your time and money by eating at the Kyle Hotel, go into the Waverley restaurant straight away!

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2  Thank Schnuk-Schnuk
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Reviewed March 18, 2012

We popped into the Kyle for something to eat but the restaurant didn't open til 6pm so the girl behind the bar offered us the "pub grub" menu. Food was excellent. Two home cooked meals and drinks for under £15, the staff are friendly and helpful and it's close to the centre of town. Try it out if you have the chance, you wont be disappointed.

2  Thank Willow29Glasgow
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