We have a Godson who lives in Aviemore and he's a buddy of the chef at The Auld Bridge so where else would we go for dinner? We will try for an objective review. First off it's a lovely old inn in great surroundings. It's actually only a short walk from the centre and rail station. But being over the tracks you would think you were in a tiny, separate Scottish village. It's not pub style fish and chips and a pint. This is a respected dining room with an interesting and varied menu. I went with the hake, a fish I have rarely eaten, and she went with the beef. Everything was very well done. It's clearly a popular and recommended part of the Aviemore dining scene.
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