Reviews on Pub food in Caithness and Sutherland, Scotland, United Kingdom including The Halladale Inn Bar & Bistro, Smoo Cave Hotel, ynot, The Pittentrail Inn, The Eagle Hotel Restaurant, Old Smiddy Inn, Sango Sands Oasis Restaurant and Bar, The Sutherland Inn, The Coach House Bar And Restaurant, Bannockburn Inn
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4 based on 73 reviews
We went here after travelling from Wick to try the Mirage fish n chip shop, unfortunately it closed 2hours before its stated closing time.The Bannockburn was excellent, very welcoming and the food and drinks came very quick. Met a lovely couple who had the steak and said it was great and they were local and often ate there. Would definitely go back to try some of the other classics on the menu.
4 based on 192 reviews
Formerly the Dornoch Inn, the Coach House Bar and Restaurant in the centre of Dornoch provides waiter service and buffet food in the restaurant and snack meals from soups, burgers and pies from the long ground floor bar. All food is prepared fresh from lo
Nice place and comfortable surroundings. Menu a little uninspiring and vegetarian options a bit boring but ordered the enchiladas and they were lovely. My friend had chips with her meal and they looked really nice. Reasonable prices. But service was slow and we were a little neglected. Would go back.
4 based on 127 reviews
In need of a warming lunch on a chilly August Sunday,we stopped at the Sutherland Inn although a couple of years ago we'd been rather disappointed. But what a change! Without losing its unpretentious appeal the place had been spruced up, the service was prompt and friendly, the real ale option was local and served at the right temperature and the day's 'specials' were attractively presented and imaginative. We both had spring rolls stuffed with haggis and venison hot dogs. Both came with salad (slaw with the venison) which was fresh and easy on the eye. Portions were so generous that I can't comment on the puddings, but the espressos were excellent. The prices seemed very reasonable and we were glad we'd chosen to stop there.
3 based on 431 reviews
As one of the few places to go in Durness, it does get busy (especially at peak times). It's right next to the caravan site near to the beach.The pub serves a range of alcohol. There is also a restaurant on the side that you can buy food at (although it shuts much earlier than the bar). The salmon and potatoes were pretty nice and the salmon was very well cooked. Main courses range from about Â£10-15. There is also a surprisingly good wine list to accompany the food.Overall, if you're staying in Durness and want somewhere to go for a few drinks or a decent meal without having to walk, this is probably your best bet!
4 based on 68 reviews
This tiny pub (once a blacksmith shop) is full of character. We visited with a large group (roughly forty people) as an optional outing with our tour group. We were treated with songs, stories and humor from Raymond Bremner who is a local from the community. He had us laughing, singing and interacting throughout his performance. We were also treated with a young lady on the bagpipes. Such a fun evening.
4 based on 421 reviews
Given that this was a pub and we ate in the bar (having pre booked a table in the restaurant) overall, we enjoyed the experience. The table we were given was awful, situated right outside the toilets!, so not the best start. Our waitress was very nice and looked after us very well, the menu was pretty good and we all enjoyed different meals at a reasonable price. the bar itself was very friendly and welcoming. Overall, not bad.
4 based on 74 reviews
The perfect pub for a drink and good food if like us you are staying at Sleeperzzz a few minutes walk away. It was a quiet Monday night near the end of the season but we received a very warm welcome from the owner and tasty hot food served in the relaxing dining room.
4 based on 624 reviews
As you walk in the place is quite freshly decorated and has pleasant music, but that's where it stops. The food is quite poor compared to many places in Thurso. The staff are young and miserable, they probably need to go on a customer relations course.The male toilets are quite disgusting and you can smell them as you walk in the rear entrance,,,,not at all pleasant.For visitors to Thurso go elsewhere.Thank you for taking the time to leave us a response, albeit a negative one.Ynot is a popular restaurant with both locals and tourists alike and normally we receive very positive feedback on both our food and our staff. We are sorry to hear that on this occasion you were disappointed with both.Regarding the male toilets, they are shared with the public bar next to the restaurant and here at Ynot we pride ourselves on our excellent cleaning standards. Staff carry out regular toilet checks and understand the importance of keeping these areas clean as well as the restaurant and bar areas. We can only presume on this occasion that perhaps you caught us at one of our more busier times and we can only apologise that you found the toilets to be unacceptable. Please rest assured this review has been fed back to both the restaurant and bar staff to ensure this doesn't happen again.
4 based on 419 reviews
Our room was a twin en suite but it was part of a loft conversion. The room was small and there was no wardrobe. The en-suite was tiny, reminded me of a caravan bathroom. The smallest sink I have seen and a shower curtain round the shower area. Actually a wet room. It was difficult to dry as the curtain kept getting in the way and there was no room to stretch out. I could only get in and out of my bed one way as the other way I would hit my head on the sloping ceiling. The price of this tiny room was Â£110 a night with breakfast. I understand that the NC500 has made a difference to tourism but donât rip people off. The owner was a really nice guy and food great but donât bother to stay.
4 based on 204 reviews
Traditional Bar & Bistro adjacent to North Coast Touring Park & Glamping Pods. Great Food , Great Beer & a good choice of whiskies and local gins. Open all year & Dog friendly. No minimum stay in pods .
We booked to stay for one night as we're doing the NC500 trip on motorbikes. 9 if us in total, we booked a mini bunk house and 3 tent pitches.Great value, amazing accommodation, fantastic food and service second to none. We were served by Abbie who couldn't do enough for us, great attention to deal and really friendly.We will definitely come back here again! Can't recommend it enough!
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