Discover Restaurants offering the best Bar food in Foyers, Scotland, United Kingdom. Foyers (Scottish Gaelic: Foithir, meaning "shelving slope") is a village in the Highland local government council area of Scotland, lying on the east shore of Loch Ness. The village is situated on the B852, part of the Military Road built by General George Wade, 10 miles (16 km) northeast of Fort Augustus.
4 based on 97 reviews
After a long road trip we were looking for a place to eat. The Pub serves food until 8:30 PM which was perfect for us. While not a culinary masterpiece, we had some Cajun Spiced Chicken and a Salmon (with an excellent salad). The food was fresh and tasty. Pub service (pay at bar they bring to table). A few cask-conditioned ales as well.
4 based on 184 reviews
Excellent food at an excellent price in an excellent location served by excellent staff.Very pleasant surprise. Best to reserve a table.We had Sunday Roast and Nut roast and a couple of extra beef slices for the dog ;).... and cheesecake (to die for)
4 based on 1037 reviews
Weâve visited the Loch Ness Inn several times over the years. We love the ambience of the place, and the service is always perfect, super-friendly. Tonight we felt the food was perhaps not quite up to itâs usual standard, and itâs rather expensive actually. It IS a huge tourist destination area though and I would charge a premium if I ran a restaurant there too, so fair enough. The meat in the steak & ale stew was beautifully cooked but very over-seasoned. Chips were small and over-cooked. Others in my party said the food was âfineâ, but it was a lot better than fine the last time we were there. Coconut panna cotta didnât have much flavour at all, Iâm not sure it had sugar as an ingredient at all? You did get some sweetness from the mango sorbet which came with it. All in all, just a little bit disappointed tonight with the flavours & some of the execution. I am sorry to hear that you were disappointed by your recent visit to the Loch Ness Inn, I have passed your comments onto the kitchen.
4 based on 1527 reviews
Went to Fiddlers whilst on holiday cruising the Caledonian canal. Its about a 20 minute walk from the mooring at Urquhart bay. We hadn't booked but we were dining early so managed to squeeze in - would recommend booking as its relatively small.They serve a good amount of local beer and ales and have a very extensive whisky menu - so much so, they have a food menu created to have with a dram pf selected whiskies.Mains of lamb cooked two ways and Loch Ness cider pork belly were very tasty with big portions. The Fruit Pavlova came with a huge meringue and a lovely fruit compote - again all desserts had a recommended dram !Service was warm and friendly - overall a nice dinner is a traditional pub. Well worth a visit.
4 based on 200 reviews
Benleva Hotel Restaurant focuses on warming Scottish meals, with a fantastic specials selection. We are available for Breakfast to Non-Residents between 8am and 10am. Lunches are served between 12pm and 3pm and Dinners between 5pm and 9pm.
Excellent food on both visits. Lunch time staff was excellent. 10/10 Night staff let the place down. Mixer was flat in my drink and the Guiness poured too quickly. Staff could take lessons from day staff. Value for money and pleasant atmosphere on both visits
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