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Last time I visited here there was a forty minute wait, yes it was duriing the season. This was a winter visit however there was still a full menu available. We were all very predictable and went for a variety of burgers service with mixed...More
We visited this pub last week on a Sunday evening, first impressions were great.
Traditional pub downstairs which is just what we wanted, welcoming bar staff.
We ordered haggis nachos for starter and chilli dog melt x 2 for main, both were very tasty.
Absolutely delicious food good atmosphere good drinks and value for money.
Upstairs is a cosy restaurant with a view of Fort William High Street and downstairs is a very warm cosy traditional pub with great choice of local beers and whiskey.
Highly recommend! Must visit!
Nice traditional pub serving lots of Scottish ales, good choices. Friendly enough staff and nice atmosphere. 3 of us went for burgers, one venison and 2 wild boar and haggis. From the menu descriptions I would have expected better. Nothing really wrong, but they were...More
Dreadfull the cheese was non existent I asked for cheese and ham with sliced toms no butter on the bread basically dry as hell my partner asked for soup and a sandwich and it was Chutney with very little cheese I am certain they had...More
Always poped into the grog as the manager was super chatty and welcoming. The place will not be the same since his passing but the atmosphere will continue and I am looking forward to visiting again soon.