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The Lodge in Highland

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Food, service, atmosphere, it's all there. Wonderful fixed price tasting menu. Service was excellent. It's a small restaurant and cozy. The chef/owner does an amazing job for such a young man. He is only 29 years old but a vast amount of experience and very creative with his menu and presentation.
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09 November 2019
10.0
Again one on our must do list while coming to Skye. We got a taxi from Glendale with Edinbane taxis as hubby thought he would like to have the full experience and not have to drive back. A good choice as the dinner is the tasting menu and we had it with the paired wines. The tasting menu was £65 each and the paired wines £45. A good price. We arrived a little early for our meal sat in the bar with a G & T and a whisky. The setting is lovely a great old building and lovely inside. We had canapes crisp puffs and the one with a coronation chicken and just the curry sauces for me. These danced on our mouth. we were then seated at our table and hubby had Beetroot and Apple, bread ( the most amazing bread ever the steamed bun and the blue cheese brioche were stunning), Kinlochleven Hake, Portree Monkfish ( we had to wait ages for this course only hiccup of the night), 28 day Aged Vatten beef ( nice to see Calum come out to serve this one), Isle of Mull cheddar, Pear sorbet, carrot cake. I had Beetroot and Apple (this was a cold soup made with cider and was very nice even though I hate Beetroot this was nice), Breads as before-stunning, Braised fennel, Potato Gnochhi, Roasted Organic Onion ( loved this one), Isle of mull cheddar ( hubby got the celery and celery sorbet!), Pear sorbet and Carot cake ( so tasty yum). We then went trough to the bar area and had 2 coffees with the tea cake macarons and the chocolate orane chocolates. Great service and lovely staff throughout and a lovely evenin was had by us. The wines that paired with each course went well and we enjoyed them.
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20 October 2019
10.0
My husband booked the meal and I knew nothing about where we were going. We arrived with the family, immediately we were looked after, drinks and nibbles arriving in short order.
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18 January 2020
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