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5 based on 6 reviews
Having just moved my daughter from Dunfermline to Tain unpacked and cleaned everything !!!!! headed out for a coffee to the Glenmorangie House Hotel however, after walking past the doorway of the carvery on Sunday lunchtime my eyes couldn't believe it it looked amazing every meat and the desserts omg !!!!!!!!!!!!!! well the coffee was quickly drank and we asked if we could be booked in!! it was three for Sunday carvery a three course meal,it was the best i have ever had !!! starters were awesome salmon, prawns ,soup, pate, terrine salad etc then the main course every meat e.g chicken, gammon, beef etc, then the desserts honestly it was without doubt great cheesecake, cherry Bakewell, chocolate torte, fruit salad, profiteroles and all cooked impeccably!!!! well done the chefs that was amazing ., waiting staff were good some a little young but you can see very polite and in training. Cant wait to come back think its this weekend have to make sure my daughter is ok lol x
4 based on 37 reviews
The fish was fresh but very flat. The asparagus and carrots were great and farm fresh! The starters, my wife had the mushrooms on toast. Yummy! I had the scallops that were small in size but tasty. Breakfast was also nice with farm fresh eggs and Kippered Salmon.
4 based on 169 reviews
Looking for overnight accommodation in Tain itself, The Royal Hotel was warm, comfortable, with clean well equipped and soundproofed rooms, and a warm welcome. There have been variable reports on the evening meal, but full English breakfast was just fine with an individually cooked meal, and limitless coffee.
4 based on 91 reviews
Back to its Best. We use all local produce and have resurected this restaurant back to its glory days. Our aim is to use fresh local produce at a reasonable price. Our Sunday carvery now boasts an average attendance of 100 plus and all for £12.95
We had a meal here as it was the closest restaurant to our guest house. We were given the choice of a table in the bar or conservatory dining room and decided on the bar.
The bar has stained glass windows from the original build of the hotel and it is a cosy room to have a meal in.
We were offered a printed menu and there was a board with the daily dishes on. Jackie had Fish Pie and I had Gammon with chips, mushrooms, tomatoes and salad. Both tasted good and the gammon is a good choice if you are hungry. The star of the meal was their take on Eton Mess which we shared and was one of the best we have had. With a bottle of sparkling water and a glass of stout the bill came to £43.
Throughout the meal the staff were friendly and helpful
4.5 based on 111 reviews
Had breakfast here today. I ordered a white roll with Stornoway black pudding and a tattie scone and my partner ordered a small breakfast.We also had a pot of tea. The food arrived promptly and was a very generous portion. The staff were very friendly and the decor was bright and cheery and the bathroom was immaculate. We gladly paid £12 for our breakfast.
4.5 based on 82 reviews
Small hotels sometimes don't pay a lot of attention to eating (apart from Breakfasts) as often guests want to explore the area and that can cover food too. In my brief stay I discovered a menu which would have sat well in larger and more expensive places and clearly the product of a chef with skill, experience and enthusiasm. All tastes are catered for and service is efficient and helpful. Some of the flavour combinations may challenge some palates but the quality is absolute.
3.5 based on 23 reviews
The restaurant was full during a busy event in Tain, but the staff worked very hard, were very efficient under pressure and remained friendly to their customers. Food was good. The inside was clean, fresh and well maintained. We went back a second night just to get some take away food (Top Tain Curry Club also has a takeaway section, which is separate from the restaurant). Not what you expect from a takeaway where you can also get some chips and a pizza. Like in the restaurant the portions were large and everything in the takeaway was well finished and very clean. I bought a chicken burger and the salad was fresh! Quite a difference to the common greasy chippy.
4.5 based on 151 reviews
Just of the High Street in Tain, on Market Street, Greens Market Restaurant is a bright & stylish restaurant with 3 lovely large windows letting in lots of natural light. The menus offer our customers teas, coffees, wines, drinks, snacks, lunches and evening meals at the weekends. Using seasonal ingredients we offer modern cuisine in a modern setting.
4 of us had dinner here recently. I had Cheese Souffle with the local Tain Cheese which was very nice and followed it with the Prawn and Chorizo Linguine which was delicious. The Rump Steak looked nice too. A limited but good wine list. Everything is reasonably priced and served well.
Don't be put off by the external surroundings. This is the best restaurant in town.
3.5 based on 62 reviews
Large selections. Good portion sizes. Good price. I have only used this for takeaway and never actually sat in.
4 based on 89 reviews
We stopped here recently for an evening meal. We hadn't booked on a busy evening but where still able to accommodate us. The waitress (Iona) was excellent - nothing too much trouble for her, she was polite, friendly, efficient and professional. A real asset to this business. They provided a separate children's menu with colouring in and crayons for our wee one. I ordered a burger and my wife ordered the Hunter's Chicken. The chips and onion rings were great but the burger itself was thin and disappointing. The hunter's chicken portion was not particularly large and smothered in BBQ sauce.
In summary the food was OK, service terrific and food prices slightly on the high side for what you get. Bar prices are reasonable.
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