Wherever you end up eating, a wonderful way of finishing off an exquisite meal is with a dram of Highland malt whisky or a local ale. Learn about the bars, pubs and inns located across the regions where you can sample these locally produced drinks while enjoying great food and warm hospitality.
You can savour some of the famous whiskies of Speyside in local inns of great character. Choose from a range of over 100 of the Highland’s finest single malts at the Cluanie Inn, Inverness, including rare whiskies from closed distilleries. The Old Forge in Inverie, Knoydart, is Britain’s most remote pub as there are no roads in or out. It is only accessible on foot or by boat.
Welcome to Lauders Bar, one of Inverness long established bars which is easily identifiable with our revolving door. We are situated in the heart of the city centre. Come in for a drink, amazing food, live music and a very warm welcome.
Smooth, frothy cappuccinos, good malts or your favourite tipples can be enjoyed by the fire in this stylish bar that was once the village bank. We have entertainment for you as well as a good Bar Menu here - what more could a body ask for
We warmly welcome you to our Prince of India. Our food is marinated in herbs and spices to provide a uniquely delightful and delicate flavour to the wide selection of dishes we are able to offer beside lots of vegetable dishes.
Using only the best in local produce and fish straight from the boats at Scrabster, No 1 Bistro is one of Caithness's tastiest choices for lunch and dinner. Our guests and local residents find the atmosphere friendly, lively and welcoming.