When we first came up to Inverness to view Inverglen Guest House before we purchased the property, our first meal out was at The Mustard Seed on Fraser Street. We liked it then, back in 2011, and it’s still a great choice for dining out now!
The Mustard Seed opened in 1995 and is located in a building that was formerly a church. It has a clever two-story design with a galleried top floor that looks out onto the river on one side, and down onto the wood-burning stove and restaurant/bar on the other side.
The restaurant is independently owned and, together with its sister restaurant, The Kitchen Brasserie (located on the opposite bank of the River Ness), is among the most
The chef changes the menu regularly and uses carefully sourced produce to tempt your tastebuds. Check their website for the up-to-date menu choices http://www.mustardseedrestaurant.co.uk/menu although in addition there will always be daily specials displayed on the big
If you let us know that you are planning to visit the Mustard Seed during your stay at our B&B, we will be happy to provide you with a complimentary drinks voucher and give us plenty of notice if you’d like us to make a reservation, as it’s always a popular choice with locals and visitors alike.