Dingwall - Good sit or takeaway Indian restaurant. We regularly get takeaways from here when we are staying at the cottage.
Lovely Indian cuisine, booking is advised. Open everyday for lunch (12-2) and evening meals (5-11), please confirm opening times on website or by telephone 01349 862552.
“This is so much more than a ruined late mediaeval building. Ask Vee to give you a guided tour of this ancient fragment of a once much larger cathedral - she knows a lot about its history, which reflects that of the Scottish Highlands.”
“This Indian takeaway delivers to Drum several times a week and comes highly recommended”
“Innovative young microbrewery in the Scottish Highlands producing quality craft beer made from the finest local and worldwide ingredients. Visit the shop and pick up your supply. ”
Point of Interest
“Founded in 1230 by monks of Valliscaulian Order. Situated in the vibrant and picturesque village of Beauly which is approximately 15 miles away. ”
“There are two Cromarty Bakery outlets - one at the bakery itself in Cromarty and the other on Fortrose High Street. Hot pies, pasties, sausage rolls and quiches. Try the hot mutton pie on a cold day. Take home some cheese oatcakes and cinnamon shortbread. Pip likes the custard tart but Vee prefers a nice cruffin. She only serves Cromarty Bakery bread for Bolthole breakfasts.”