Waiting for the Glasgow Train, we stopped into The Corner Grill for lunch. We had not booked but were shown to a nicely situated table.
The menu was manageable: no microwave pub fare here!
Soup followed by wild boar sausage would prove a more than adequate mid day meal.
The Administrator and I enjoyed this place as we waited for our train. We would recommend it and, if in Inverness again, we would return.
This place was right across the street from our hotel. It is convenient and fairly priced. The appetizers were so-so, the haggis was the best out of the three we tried. I had the lamb, it was very good, though the mint mash was not mint at all. I took a star away for the meal not being as described on the menu, and a star for the loud music that seemed to really ruin the atmosphere. Overall, the service was great, the food was tasty and it was prompt.
A lovely modern space and friendly staff. A nice touch was a seat outside the toilets in case you found yourself having to queue. Well worth finding.
I know a lot of people like this place but I didn't really enjoy my lunch here.
I don't like the decor, I'm not sure whether it is supposed to be deconstructed, but it just felt like they hadn't finished decorating and had just thrown up some dust sheets to cover the work in progress.
There was nothing wrong with the food, per se, but the menu had only a token vegetarian option and nothing was, or could be made, gluten free.
The staff were very pleasant.
What a great restaurant! There was a wide mix of items on the menu with a focus on local items and traditional Scottish dishes. We tried the Duck Liver Parfait, Lamb Entree, Deer Entree, and the Cheesecake. All were well prepared and delicious. We also tired several different cocktails. The Loafing Lepracan drink was excellent - Scotch Whiskey, Drambuie, and Sambuca. The staff and service was great as well. My only complaint was the type of music playing during our meal (modern / pop). The decor of the restaurant was a mix of several different
The appetizers came quickly; the service pleasant. Sweet potato soup was excellent and easy to recommend. The mains, though, were mixed. The burger was fine, but the grilled Mediterranean chicken, while tasty, was a bit dry. The real complaint was our wait for the mains, which was unconscionably long.
We were enticed in by the very swanky looking dishes on the 2 courses for £8.95 menu, but ended up going for gourmet steak burgers, both under £8, no pricier than most chain pubs, but much nicer food. Big, meaty burgers, wedge style chips, all clearly cooked fresh. Attentive, efficient table service & all. Slightly disappointing beer selection, nothing exciting on draft, only one Scottish beer (because I don't count Tennents). Would definitely go back here over the several other Wetherspoons clones in the area.
Wonderful restaurant with very romantic decor. Service was fantastic and very friendly. Steaks amazing as well as the bread and starters (we had to ask for more). Wine selection was good as well. Highly recommended.
Try the gourmet burgers thay are the best in inverness, also thay do a really good 6.95 menu at lunch.
Great cocktails 2
Great place to stop off for lunch. Good food, well cooked, good prices. Has a 'student' feel to it, but not shabby at all.
Good for little ones - has high chairs.
This is a great addition to the restaurant scene in Inverness, food very good and prices resonable.
Had a meal there on Friday, it was a crazy busy lunch time but the food came quickly and was fab. Really enjoyed it, the staff were friendly and I'll definitely be back.
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