Decent selection of ale and standard beers. Warm and pleasant staff. Menu looked good and food looked and smelled reasonable tho we only had a drink.
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Traditional style pub, it is small but plenty of people managed to get in, the night we were there some musicians were playing folk music on the Accordion and the fiddle, it had a great atmosphere and the Beer and Cider was good.
Each January for the last three years I've eaten here on a couple of occasions and have never been dissaponted. This time O had the Wild Boar and Haggis Burger then the Chilli and Cheese Dog, both were real good. The Chilli and Cheese Dog...More
We popped in for a bite to eat. I can't eat white bread or rolls but wanted a hot dog. They served it in two slices of toasted yummy brown or granary bread instead. Delicious. Lovely selection of beers and very nice, accommodating staff.
Stopped in for a few beers and a bite to eat. There was a good selection of regional beers on offer, all of which were in great condition. I had a light meal of haggis balls which were more like slices but tasty nonetheless. The...More
We all ate here last Wednesday for dinner, good and varied menu. Food was delicious and very reasonably priced. Atmosphere warm and everyone friendly. Would really recommend.
We stayed in Fort William and visited the Grog and Gruel each evening. On the Friday they had a live music session with local people joining in with a fiddle and bagpipes. Great atmosphere and nice and busy but not too loud. They have a...More