Food in the Highlands has improved a lot in the 40 years I've been visiting but this restaurant is a bit of a throwback. The setting is beautiful, the dining room bright and airy, and the service friendly if a little casual, but the problem is the food. It attempts a modern bistro menu (goats cheese, venison burgers etc) but doesn't have the skill to pull it off. It comes across as over-fried, greasy and with unimaginative accompaniments. Either it should stick to a menu it can deliver (at a lower price range) or upskill the kitchen side to do the menu better.
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