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Allangrange Arms is a Pub and Restaurant in the Scottish Highlands, six miles from Inverness, serving real ales, fine wines, and gourmet pub food created with locally sourced ingredients. Once a month there is a live band playing in the coach-house. There are a range of seating areas including tables outside for when the weather is behaving! Great walking in the local area Allangrange Arms is welcoming, warm and friendly.
We booked between Christmas and New year expecting it to be mobbed but it was quiet when we arrived filling up about 8pm. The portions were large and the food was tasty. We enjoyed the smoked salmon and prawn starters and fish and beef main...More
Went for dinner here with a friend, we didn't order a starter, but had the lovely delicious warm bread whilst we thought about what to order.
We were spoilt for choice, and opted for the venison burger, with black pudding and the beef burger.
This is a lovely pub and reflects the owners investment, very much the village pub. The good bit is the food, a good selection well cooked and presented. Best of all they can actually cook so are able to adapt most things taking account of...More
Have been here a few times before and as always food was fantastic good quality shame the service let the visit down the waitresses to busy standing together talking and fiddling with hair to notice customer was waiting to be served it wasn’t busy at...More
I’d asked ahead of time if it was ok to bring my 2 dogs to join my celebration as I wouldn’t have wanted to leave them behind. My parents & I had rented a cottage in nearby Avoch (Och 😉) & had prebooked a local...More
Just been for dinner tonight and was pretty impressed. Came here a year ago and decided to return as we enjoyed our meal last time and I liked that they had an interesting selection of vegetarian options compared to some places that have only risotto...More
I hate being negative about restaurants, particularly one like this which has so much going for it: a cosy coaching inn in the countryside outside Inverness, food which is not cheap but tastes good and is nicely presented. However, I had an experience here worse...More
I was there in March and they are very dog friendly.Best to go to the left side when you go in.They even ask if you want a bowl of water for your dog. Not sure if they take bookings in the bar area but even in the low season... More
I was there in March and they are very dog friendly.Best to go to the left side when you go in.They even ask if you want a bowl of water for your dog. Not sure if they take bookings in the bar area but even in the low season they where far ly busy. If you call in for an evening meal you will see why the food is excellent