Discover Restaurants offering the best Scottish food in Loch Ness, Scotland, United Kingdom. With depths reaching 700 feet and a length of more than 20 miles, Loch Ness provides plenty of hiding places for its legendary monster. Should you tire of searching for Nessie, this scenic section of the Scottish Highlands also delivers charming villages like Drumnadrochit and Fort Augustus, open-air Shakespearean productions, multiple golf courses and medieval Urquhart Castle. Wildlife of the non-mythological variety and ancient Caledonian pine forests can be found in the Glen Affric nature reserve.
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4 based on 2011 reviews
Despite the cloudy weather we witnessed people swimming in Loch Ness near the pub. Adjourned to the pub for a few pints of real ale from the Loch Ness brewery.Atmospheric feel to this area and will definitely return to this pub for a lunch and a drink in the future
4 based on 1035 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 270 reviews
Stopped for a quick lunch after searching for Nessie on the loch. Food portions were generous and of good quality. Service was also excellent - the cafe was very busy but despite this the staff were very attentive and we felt well looked after.
4 based on 1525 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 588 reviews
40 Seater Brasserie with modern surroundings is open for breakfast, lunch & dinner, 7 days a week - offering local produce, presented with care, creativity & charisma.
Really loved the food and service- had a 3 course tasting menu that was local, fresh and well paired with wines. Service was friendly and attentive. Nice lighting, and just across the street from Highlands Club and next to the canal. After dinner, we had a nice scotch by the fireplace in the Inn waiting for the rain to slow down- great experience and #1 on our places at Loch Ness!
4 based on 319 reviews
Under new managment, our cafe will be opening on the 26th of March with a new menu and a lick of paint. We are opposite the 'Falls of Foyers' in Foyers, inverness. We are open daily, year round. Fabulous freshly brewed cappuccino, latte, espresso and amer
Located midway between Inverness and Ft Augustus on the southern side of Loch Ness in made a perfect lunch stop with lots of tasty options and friendly staff. The hardest part was choosing from the homemade cakes and slices They even made a great flat white. A walk down to the waterfall across the road made the desert guilt free.
5 based on 132 reviews
Such an unwelcoming and rude greeting from staff before entering the building we didnât even bother to order. A bit of general politeness goes a long way. Iâm sorry to hear you feel this way as we pride ourselves on making all our visitors feel welcome and enjoy their time at our cafe and have never received adverse feedback regarding such matters before. It would have been helpful to know specifically what made you feel this way to enable us to learn from your experience.
4 based on 535 reviews
After walking around Foyers Falls, this is an idea place to stop off for lunch. We drove past it on the way to Foyers, and caught our attention. So on our return we visited and before entering the building we were greeted by some Highland Cows and local deer. The owners have put a lot of attention to detail with the interior work and at the table we sat, there was a framed newspaper cutting about an encounter with Radio DJ Chris Evans. A good venue for lunch.
5 based on 385 reviews
A wee cafe in the bonnie Highlands next to Loch Ness, with a place for everyone. Kitchen Closes 4pm
This quirky cafe had wonderful food with plenty of vegan and vegetarian options. The homemade soup I had was fabulous and the owner was very personable! It is a smaller cafe but we didnât wait long for a table or food. Thank you all!
5 based on 377 reviews
Glen Rowan Cafe is a family run business specialising in fresh/local food and speciality coffee and cake, in a beautiful location close to Loch Ness.
best coffee in scotland. it was perfect. thank goodness we stopped and came back to have one. very friendly staff,excellent service and it was good to have a chat and get some local info. we shared a homemade cake and after one mouthful i wished we hadnt shared and got one each. good parking and there are a few gift items to buy in the cafe.
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