Reviews on Scottish food in Findhorn, Forres, Scotland including Crown & Anchor, Captain's Table, Kristoff's Bar &Restaurant, The Peppermill Restaurant, The Abbey Inn, Franklin's Restaurant at Cluny Bank, The Red Lion, The Loft Cafe, Chimes, The Old Mill Inn
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4 based on 546 reviews
FAILTE! EXPERIENCE OUR WARM HIGHLAND WELCOME The Old Mill Inn is a country hotel and restaurant situated in Brodie, a historic village in the Scottish Highlands. Our country setting, nestling on the banks of the Muckle Burn and near the renowned Culbin Fo
Came here 3 weeks ago for dinner one evening, our 1st visit here, food and service was exceptional, really friendly ambience about the place, cosy and stylish.Returned last night for the Tartan Thali quiz night, with a large group of friends, for a set menu of authentic Indian dishes. Seriously some of the finest Indian food I have ever tasted, so flavoursome, the chicken and beef was perfectly cooked and the sauces to die for. Very attentive staff, nothing too much trouble, great atmosphere, friendly and chatty owners, hope to make this a regular haunt. Wonderful place :)Hi Martin! What a stunning review, all of us at Mill cannot stop smiling. Itâs a huge compliment to all of us when you say it was some of the finest Indian food youâve had-thank you so very much. We are trying to give all our guests an experience they wonât forget and so pleased we achieved that. We look forward to your fantastic group joining us once again next month.
4 based on 69 reviews
Excellent cooked breakfast and bacon roll with really nice bread. All washed down with good coffee and polite efficient service. Would recommend
4 based on 48 reviews
The Loft Cafe is a relaxed place to enjoy great food. The Loft offers breakfast, homemade cakes and scones, light lunches, burgers, sandwiches, homemade soup and great coffee from Illy. The Loft is set on a working farm with farm walks and inside and outs
We travelled from Campbeltown and Glasgow to see the Sawdoctors at this intimate venue and were delighted with our wigwam accommodation. Perfect size for four, all the luxuries u need and the staff couldn't have been friendlier. Bring your onesies! We will be back! XxThank you! Really pleased you enjoyed your Wigwam Heaven. I hope we can welcome you again soon.
4 based on 139 reviews
Went for lunch. Both had mulligitawny soup and a roll. Soup was lovely. Rolls well filled. Only Â£5 each. Good menu. Lovely staff. Would recommend.
5 based on 119 reviews
The Chef/owner is passionate about cooking and we strive to use as much local produce as possible on our menu which changes on a regular basis. The restaurant has a relaxed and unstuffy atmosphere as we want our guests to enjoy the whole experience. We ar
My husband and l dined at Franklin's tonight and we had a great time. I have swallowing difficulties , this was thoroughly catered for and l ate a lovely meal.My husband was delighted with his too. Excellent chef and front of house staff. Thank you for making my 60th birthday present so special. X
4 based on 192 reviews
The Abbey Inn was able to accommodate our large group of 15 for lunch on the day we arrived for a week-long visit. A large table was all set and waiting when we arrived, and it was a great beginning to our trip. The portions are generous and satisfying. The tomato soup was a hit, as were the fish and chips. Excellent chips, of course! The chili and rice is a very hearty choice, as is the stuffed jacket aka baked potato! Sticky toffee pudding amazing. Only minor quibble is that the service is a bit on the leisurely side, even when just 3 of us went back for lunch. But that's a minor issue. Atmosphere pleasant and relaxing.
4 based on 195 reviews
Popped in for lunch on a rainy Thursday. Great choice from normal menu and specials board. Friendly welcome with quick service. The club sandwich was substantial served with salad and fries. Our choices were delicious and other dishes going by looked good too. Prices very reasonable and value superb.
4 based on 229 reviews
Modern and comfortable place we visited for dinner few times during our vacation. Every dish was delicious and filling, staff was very pleasant and professional so we enjoyed every stay. Pricing is reasonable.
4 based on 116 reviews
Where do I start? The first day we were in Findhorn we went for breakfast here as they don't do breakfasts where we stayed at the Crown & Anchor.After ordering our breakfast a gentleman came over to our table, (outside looking at this perfect view of the harbour) he introduced himself as the owner"my name is Simon welcome to the Captain's Table and Findhorn, (he gave us his card) if you have any problems please don't hesitate to call me". He went on to ask where we were from and how long were we staying.After that we ate there several times and each with a warm friendly welcome.Ardderchog (excellent)
4 based on 642 reviews
The Crown is a warm, friendly place situated in the heart of Findhorn village overlooking the beautiful Findhorn bay. We are the only Hotel in Findhorn with 7 en-suite rooms available if you are looking for accommodation. We have a great selection of Malt
Good all round stay and value for money. Fabulous located hotel in Findhorn bay, which has one of the most amazing beaches when the tide is out. Was in a double room, which was compact in keeping with a period property and was immaculate. Great WiFi both in room and in restaurant which was jumping and full of tourists from all over. Had fish & chips - excellent and washed down with a nice pint of ale. Despite the biz, service was very prompt and staff very friendly. Cracking nights sleep with open window, as location is very peaceful. Hotel does not do brekkie, but do offer a âtrayâ if required. Good value stay and experience and would recommend.
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