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.
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!!
Cinnamon – Opened in 2003 the Cinnamon restaurant has built a reputation as one of Inverness’s premier Indian restaurants. Specialising in authentic Bangladeshi and Indian cuisine. The Cinnamon combines wonderful food and excellent service in a tasteful relaxed atmosphere.
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
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.
Corner Grill – A Steakhouse that has a great reputation for its Burgers!!
Cafe 1 – Famous for its good food, polite staff & warm welcome.
Abstract – Named a Rising Star in the latest edition of the Michelin Guide, they serve superb modern French cuisine created using the finest Scottish ingredients.
Mavericks – Extensive, great value menu.
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.
The Room – The Room is an American style bar/diner and is located in the heart of the social scene in Inverness town centre and is one of the few remaining privately owned bar diners in Inverness City Centre.
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.