Find out what Scottish restaurants to try in Inveraray. Inveraray; (/ˌɪnvəˈrɛəri/ or /ˌɪnvəˈrɛərə/; Scottish Gaelic: Inbhir Aora; pronounced [ˈinvɪɾʲ ˈɯːɾə] "mouth of the Aray") is a town in Argyll and Bute, Scotland. It is on the western shore of Loch Fyne, near its head, and on the A83 road. It is a former royal burgh, the traditional county town of Argyll, and ancestral home to the Duke of Argyll.
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Beautifully-appointed with stunning views over-looking Loch Fyne. The Inveraray Inn's Dining Room features a creative a la carte menu with a strong classical French influence. We make use of the best seasonal, local ingredients.
We were seated in the conservatory part of the restaurant. Bright and cheerful. Very clean. Great breads. We had sandwich and soup combos. The soup was mushrooms and tarragon and was served hot. My wife had a chicken sandwich and I had a shrimp and crayfish sandwich. Very well sized portions for lunch.
A small restaurant based in Inveraray, serving fresh, locally sourced, seasonal produce from within the Argyll area.
Greeted by very welcoming, well presented staff. Shown to a lovely window seat with beautiful views across the loch. Service was speedy, and the waiting staff ensured we were happy/ catered for at all times. Food was stunning, perfect sized portions and beautifully presented.Highly recommend, will be back again soon I am sure.Thank you for the excellent review!
4 based on 103 reviews
Asked for panini which was on the wall menu,oh were not doing hot food today panini or soup !Why did they not take menu down as lots of people asked for the !Took egg mayo sandwich,yuck,no crisps or salad or chives,just basic egg sandwich as for the scone it disintegrated when cut,also very strange lady muttering all the time,do not go here.Was told they were short staffed !
4 based on 59 reviews
The Lounge Bar offers seasonal, a la carte dishes on its seafood-inspired menu. Home-baking and Illi coffee are available year-round. Families welcome.
After a tiring day and staying in the hotel we had no wish to travel further in the evening, so we ate in the lounge bar. Decent menu and the food was fine. Pleasant outlook. The public bar sounded a bit raucous at times but not really an issue.
4 based on 289 reviews
Eat here fairly regularly as we are local to Inveraray.You are always guaranteed a very warm welcome - this business is run by a very charming and friendly family who are all very professional and you always leave with a big smile on your face - theyâve all got a great sense of humour!The food is always fresh and piping hot and their pizza is to die for.All round a lovely experience and well worth a visit!
4 based on 346 reviews
Royal Burgh Bistro is situated in the main street in the heart of Inveraray. We were warmly welcomed on arrival. The restaurant is a wee bit dark, but clean. We ordered a series of sandwiches for me and my group. The club sandwich my wife has was disappointing. The middle slice of bread in the three-layer sandwich was slathered, on both sides, with pesto sauce, which gave the sandwich an awful taste. We complained, but the waitress did not appear interested in changing it. Pesto is not an ingredient of a club sandwich and should not be included unless it is clearly stated on the menu.One of our group had a sandwich with meatballs in it, which she loved. I had a smoked salmon sandwich that was also good.
4 based on 212 reviews
Only looking for a light snack for lunch and had been in the Cottage before. Ordered a tuna toastie which was very nice, However when it arrived could have been presented much better rather than looking like it had just been thrown on the plate, it would have been better if it had been either cut in half or quartered and along with the salad which was lovely and fresh would have had a much better professional finish. However apart from that it was a very nice reasonable lunch stop.
4 based on 1887 reviews
Amazing old world atmosphere with five different eating areas incorporating the main bar and public bar. Terrace outdoors. 18 individually furnished bedrooms with unique and quirky features. Live music every Friday and Saturday.
Popped in for lunch on our way down the coast. The restaurant is very inviting and it's pet friendly! The food was incredible, we had the goulash and fish n chips. The furniture, fireplaces and exposed wood and stone make for a cozy atmosphere. Would definitely go back!
4 based on 1042 reviews
The first thing that you'll notice when you walk in will be the homely and inviting atmosphere, the second will be the very subtle aroma of beautiful local produce. Modern and traditional cuisine made using the best of local produce, served in a charming
First ate here about 7 years ago so we were pleased to see Brambles going strong. Called for lunch: seafood platter, macaroni cheese, apple strudel and two glasses of white wine, plus sausage rolls to take home for tea. Even though the place was packed the service was friendly & efficient and out lunch first class!
5 based on 763 reviews
Seafood restaurant using fresh locally sourced fish, meats and game.
Lovely welcome and service throughout the evening from Amanda and Laura (hope I've remembered that right). Scallops were perfectly cooked and the smoked haddock chowder delicious. We don't adhere to 'white with fish' and the Pinot noir (with a nice 'nudge' from our waitress as i pondered on our choice out loud) was spot on. Whole sea bream beautifully cooked.Fancied some whiskey and wondered what would go with Sticky Toffee pudding. Recommendation from waitress was 'Oban' and was a very nice 'match'The food was wonderful and our 2 waitresses were friendly, attentive, knowledgeable and very professional. Great evening. Hope to return on our next trip
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