Recently spent 5 days working in Wick where I had the pleasure of eating at this delightful little restaurant. Main courses were quite delicious and very reasonably priced. During the course of four evenings here I enjoyed an excellent fish and chips served, as it should be, on a newspaper; Lochquay collar of pork and monkfish, peas, broad beans, veal jus; Pan roasted corn fed chicken breast, orzo, pancetta, tomato and black olive sauce; Baked Scrabster cod, capers, herbs, brown butter. Its not everywhere you can enjoy mains as good as these and a decent sized glass of wine for £20. Indeed I would go as far as to say that No 1 Bistro probably has the edge on the infinitely more expensive Captains Galley 20 miles up the road in Scrabster as a restaurant you could enjoy eating in several nights in a row without burning a serious hole in your pocket. Recommended perhaps particularly for anyone travelling up to John O'Groats for the ferry to Orkney.
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