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Does this restaurant offer accessible seating in dining areas for guests with mobility impairments? Accessible seating includes: accessible aisles, wheelchair seating, counter height, and knee space.YesNoUnsure
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All reviews haggis cullen skink fish and chips salmon potatoes scottish music great atmosphere music starts great live music live music every night lively pub pub food black isle saturday night ceilidh beer banjo
We stayed in Inverness for 2 nights. We wanted to try some traditional Scottish food and we were told we definitely have to try this place.
At the end , we went both nights and had some lovely dinner. It was so busy each nights,...More
This restaurant has really nice food. The portions arent extremly big, I finished my meal, and I am usually not a very big eater. So if you eat a lot usually you might want to order a side dish.
The music is nice, but when...More
A three-level restaurant/bar/cocktail lounge with four taps beers of the Black Isle range and a great range of Scotch whisky, gin, vodka and rum. Upstairs is a venue for Scottish music. The menu is of limited choice and are average value for money.
I came on an uncharacteristically quiet Monday evening in early December and saw this casual but cosy bar come to life. Over the course of 90 minutes, different musicians joined the central circle playing live Scottish folk music and the place was packed. I enjoyed...More
A bit like being back in time when you enter. Everything was wood, bar, tables,seats, floor etc. Lighting was very dull but suited the atmosphere as did the wood burner. Staff were very friendly and the service was good. The meals were fine, fish and...More
We called in on a Thursday evening looking for something to eat. We were greeted by Emma who showed us to a table at the window. The menu was not extensive but, none the less, difficult to decide because it all sounded good. My friend...More
We were going to eat here but after going upstairs to the toilets decided not to.
The place is run down and the stairs to the toilets stank of cats piss.
Strong smell of drugs being smoked from the smoking area .
Went in to have a gin and relax. But the staff was quite engaging and the menu looked interesting so I decided to have dinner as well. So glad I did! I finally had a good piece of Scottish salmon (lived so long in Seattle...More