Having previously enjoyed lunch in the bar we returned but this time booked a table in the restaurant, which is advisable as it maybe difficult to just turn up and hope a table will be available.
We were accompanied by my 93 year old Mother-in-law who has mobility problems but gaining entry to the restaurant didn't present any problems.
The restaurant comprises of 3 small adjoining differently decorated rooms. It had a good atmosphere helped by the wonderfully sunny day viewed from the middle room.
The young lady serving us was very pleasant and efficient.
There was no delay in the food being served and my Mother -in-law had the sea bass with crab risotto which she devoured and said was delicious. It must have been good as she normally eats only half of what is served.
My wife had the venison which was perfectly cooked and I had the Friday fish special of fish and chips and a glass of wine (cost only £10). The fish was the best I have had in ages.
I had the cheeses board and my only comment on it was why frozen grapes?
As I said you can eat in the bar but can also eat outside in the gardens and for those who think that it is not possible in Scotland the 3 times we have visited the inn the sun has shown.
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