Food was fabulous. It was a great find since the food at the Achergill Tower was only fair. We heard about this restaurant from a shop keeper up in John O’Groats so it must be a local favorite.
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Went there in a group of four friends on a Wednesday evening. We called up from a bar around the corner in Wick and were told that the latest they could accommodate us was 7.30pm. We had to rush our drinks to get there on...More
This is an excellent restaurant majoring on local produce at a very reasonable price for the quality of cooking. Had an excellent Monkfish with sauce Catalan. Not one to miss if you are in the area.
It's taken me years to be able to eat here and I'm a virtual local, albeit exiled. I am pleased to say that it was well worth the wait. The menu offered a good choice and everything was fresh. I had the hake which was...More
The food, service and facilities of this restaurant do not justify the prices charged. The portions are minute, vegetable side dishes cost extra and come with one each of carrot, broccoli and 4 or 5 beans. The food is below average, a dish of pheasant...More
This was a delight to find such a good bistro in Wick. The outside of the building appears dingy and a wee bit off-putting but the welcome inside is excellent and this more than makes up for it. The menu is excellent, the fish dishes...More
This restaurant serves interesting and good food. The service was reasonable, but perhaps an additional member of staff might have been preferable on the Saturday evening we ate at the restaurant. This restaurant offers a good and interesting menu. Too few vegetables were served, other...More
Seated and greeted by lovely friendly staff, excellent French menu. Frogs legs and snails to start, perfectly cooked pheasant with gorgeous creamy dauphinoise potatoes for main followed by excellent cheese board (room temperature not straight out of the fridge). Chef came out for a chat...More