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We stopped here after visiting the viaduct, walking in felt like stepping back in time, the ladies working on there were friendly and after talking to her I chose the broth, my friend had the mushroom soup and my other friend had a sandwich, all...More
I first reviewed this restaurant in 2016 and have to say I still love it. We were on our way to Arisaig so stopped for lunch and chose the cheese, smoked ham and pickle sandwich on brown with side salad and coleslaw. Knowing the size...More
Chanced upon this little place after a walk up to the viaduct. So cosy and warm and the staff are very helpful and friendly. We arrived with only 5mins until stopped selling food but they fit us in and we had one of the nicest...More
Arriving only 15 minutes before the Jacobite train we found that almost all the parking was gone. I dropped off my wife and grandson near the viewpoint and gratefully was allowed to park in the last spot in the lot below the station museum dining...More
Stopped here for a drink with friends, looked a bit shabby from the outside, once inside we decided to have a spot of lunch as well. great service, simple, but great food and all for a reasonable price. We wanted to try, and share, the...More
Eating in an old train is a fun experience, specially with kids. The food is actually excellent, the salmon salad was very well prepared, so were the toasties and the soup, (tomato soup, great taste, very aromatic). There are also plenty of choices for dessert,...More