Went in on a cold wet afternoon looking for a decent lunch Was told that no lunch after 2.30 Ended up leaving the Inn. The Inn does not appear to have very good customer focus.
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Stopped in to take shelter from the rain and plan the rest of the day. A great beer, and the Cullen Skink was delicious (though TBH it could very easily have been Baxter's - sorry if I offend the chef). Returned later that evening for...More
Went here for dinner, had mussels as a starter ,absolutely wonderful! Partner had pate, run of the mill, but, nice. Then came the fiasco!! I ordered the sirloin steak, extra onion rings. The best onion rings ever! Light crispy batter, lots of tasty onion inside,...More
Had a lovely evening meal here. Started serving around 6 pm which was great. I had a wonderfully presented/cooked dish of mussels in garlic sauce. Couldnt fault the place
It was a great stay! Staff fantastic and dinners were out of this world!! The room was clean and well equipped. We had a triple room and it was very comfortable! The meals were really great and the room dinner bed and breakfast rate were...More
On route back to our location, we were desperate to stop and find some where to eat. Thankfully we made the decision of stopping at The Inverary Inn! The service was top! The food to match and very well priced. We sat in the front...More
Superb light luncheon traveling through. The 6 oz minute steak, crab claws, two drinks and a crumble came to £30 which was very reasonable. Nice atmosphere and service.easy table service too.
We had lunch here while passing through. The food was fairly nice, though we had a bit of difficulty ordering from the rude, unhelpful young waitress. Other people looked a bit frustrated, too. Some customer service training could come in handy! The other members of...More