Worth a trip. Amazing mushroom soup. Fantastic dessert - sorrel sorbet with damson vodka. Great fish and seafood. Friendly staff. Reasonable wine list.
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Visited this restaurant on a Saturday evening. There was a wait beyond our booked time due to a party of 13 eating at the same time. The food was well cooked, but nothing special. A wee bit of advice...........maybe more staff might have been a...More
We travelled from Lincoln to Inver restaurant, Strachur for our anniversary. We were welcomed with a lovely warm open fire, in a Scandinavian style building, and seated in a wonderfully cosy bar area to begin our meal. Here we ordered drinks and read the menu....More
we had arranged to meet friends for coffee en route....sorry we only had time for coffee as it appeared a super place...the drinks were quickly produced with fresh baking...so nice....we pursued the menus for dinner and wished we could have eaten there!
We reserved a table, based on the reviews on TA and other sites, and arrived at dusk - so didn't get the full benefit of the stunning location. The ethos is a small menu, based on what can be purchased locally/seasonally, and we were both...More
Didn't we enjoy our lunch at Inver. Everything that was set down in front of us to eat and to drink was sumptuous and delicious. They make inventive and creative use of local produce and foraged ingredients. It was a truly excellent experience – well...More
Having been here several times I’ve got to say now that it’s changed hands, even though the scenery is stunning, I won’t be taking my friends there. Previously we could buy tea, coffee, scones, sandwiches etc. & the quality service was pretty good. But on...More
We visited Inver for the third year running this Autumn, the pressure was on for them as we had had first class experiences during our last two visits. We were not disappointed. The care and attention to everything in this restaurant always delights me. The...More
My husband and I stumbled upon Inver Restaurant on Sunday on the way back from a weekend away. We simply had coffee and the most amazing hazelnut shortbread! Like one of the other reviewers, we found the two women waiting on were really lovely, but...More
We were torn between visiting the original Loch Fyne restaurant and Inver Restaurant as we drove through the area and were SO glad we chose to go to Inver Restaurant in the end! The setting is absolutely beautiful, and it's well worth the drive! The...More