• Whether you sit beside the fire on the ground floor or up on one of the galleries of this converted Georgian church…

    Whether you sit beside the fire on the ground floor or up on one of the galleries of this converted Georgian church, you're guaranteed a river view. Try seared swordfish with linguine and mango and chilli salsa

    The Telegraph

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  • A mouthwatering location on the banks of the River Ness lures visitors to this highly popular Inverness restaurant…

    A mouthwatering location on the banks of the River Ness lures visitors to this highly popular Inverness restaurant. Housed in a former church dating from 1828, the Mustard Seed mixes rustic intimacy and foodie flourishes with lofty ceilings, arched windows and galleries - not to mention lovely alfresco seating by the water. The kitchen works to a short menu that has some neat, unexpected touches: roasted apple is filled with tequila compote and served as a starter on thick custard cream, sea bass is baked with an oatmeal and Parmesan crust and dressed with chilli syrup, while roast breast of Gressingham duck comes with a homemade 'towel' dumpling, plum and cinnamon sauce. Two course lunches are an absolute snip at around £6 and there are good early evening/pre-theatre deals, too. The wine list is a short, lively selection from around the globe. Also featured in: Good Food Guide.

    The Mobile Food Guide

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  • Occupying "a lovely building by the river", this venture in a converted Georgian church…

    Occupying "a lovely building by the river", this venture in a converted Georgian church is "part of the staggering improvement in Inverness in recent years"; the top tip is its "exceptional value" lunch menu.

    Harden's Guide

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