Restaurants In Inverness

There are many Inverness Restaurants offering excellent service and cuisine. Below is a list of some of the most popular places to eat in Inverness plus a selection of Bars and Clubs.

Mustard Seed – Situated on the River and is one of Inverness’ longest established and exciting restaurants.

The Kitchen – On the River and one of Inverness’ newest restaurants.

The Red Pepper – Coffee Shop, Cafe and Sandwich Bar located by Church Street.

The Riverhouse – Located on the River and dedicated to sourcing only the finest seasonal and sustainable local produce.

Urquharts Restaurant – Located a short walk from River Ness serving beautiful home cooked cuisine.

Fig & Thistle – A casual dining venue in the heart of the city centre.

Oakwood Restaurant – Situated at Dochgarroch about 10 minutes drive from Inverness this is a “must visit”. The food is unpretentious and is cooked to perfection with the best possible local produce. Oakwood is used regularly by locals which is a good indicator of how good the food is!!

Rocpool Restaurant – A busy city-centre brasserie with sleek contemporary interior, riverside views and an energetic atmosphere

River Cafe & Restaurant – Sitting on the banks of the River Ness the River Cafe and Restaurant offers excellent cuisine made from fresh local ingredients served in a warm and friendly atmosphere with enviable views looking out over the water.

Contrast Brasserie – Simple dishes with great Scottish, locally sourced produce.

Girvans – A family run restaurant open for breakfast, lunch and dinner with a warm and welcoming atmosphere. Baby changing facilities are also available.

Riva – Riva restaurant is situated in the heart of Inverness where you can experience fine Italian cuisine with stunning views of the river and Inverness Castle.

Outside Catering Inverness – Red Pepper can provide a buffer of your choice for meetings, events and functions in and around Inverness.

Cafe 1 – Famous for its good food, polite staff & warm welcome.

Number 27 – With a massive selection of draught beer from around the world and a modern take on the traditional ‘pub grub’ Number 27 Bar and Restaurant is proving itself as one of the most popular and upmarket eateries in Inverness.

Saffron Indian Restaurant Inverness – Indian restaurant located at Cradlehall near Culloden, Inverness.

Johnny Foxes – Irish pub and restaurant.

The Den – A unique new wine bar and night club located on the banks of the River Ness.

Hootananny – Hootananny bring you the best in live music, a full Scottish menu using locally sourced produce and a range of the finest locally produced real ales.

Castle Tavern – Voted Inverness City Real Ale Pub of the year 2008. Has 5 cask ales on tap at all times.

Gellions – Apparently the oldest bar in Inverness, established in 1841.

Blackfriars Pub on Academy Street holds ceilidh nights on Mondays and Wednesdays.

Ironworks – The Ironworks is a purpose built live music, event and conference venue in the heart of Inverness boasting state of the art equipment and a fully professional team dedicated to bringing Inverness the best in live music entertainment.