• The kitchen is arguably the most striking building on Inverness’ stunning waterfront.…

    The kitchen is arguably the most striking building on Inverness’ stunning waterfront. Along with its sister restaurant The Mustard Seed it introduced quality lunchtime dining to the Highland capital with low cost special menus. The light, airy space creates a lively, informal atmosphere and makes it a pleasant space to be. The young, friendly and engaging staff add to the buzz. What immediately sets The Kitchen apart in the crowded lunchtime market is the choice available on its set menu. For £5.95 or two courses you can pick from six starters and six mains. On this showing The Kitchen is maintaining its place at the top table of Inverness restaurants by combining quality with seriously good value. It is genuinely difficult to find anything difficult to say. A very strong showing. 22/25.

    The Inverness Courier (excerpts)

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  • It’s nigh on impossible to visit the three-storey, contemporary, glass-fronted building sitting adjacent to the banks of the River Ness without wanting to admire the outside views.…

    It’s nigh on impossible to visit the three-storey, contemporary, glass-fronted building sitting adjacent to the banks of the River Ness without wanting to admire the outside views. There’s a buzz about the place, and a sense of wanting to get it right, too. It offers an impressive range of frequently-changing menus featuring local and seasonal dishes.

    The Press and Journal

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