SEA VIEW RESTAURANT
The Bandstand Restaurant is one of the finest locations in Nairn from which to view Nairn beach and the Moray Firth. With windows along the entire length of the restaurant, diners enjoy a spectacular, uninterrupted sea view from every table.
The décor reflects the character of nearby Fishertown. Period photographs of Nairn fishing port adorn the walls along with local memorabilia. The atmosphere and service is friendly and informal.
Dishes are freshly prepared from locally sourced produce and vary with the seasons. Scottish steak, fresh sea food, vegetarian and gluten free to choose from. There is a popular Sunday Carvery Lunch (two courses £12). We're happy to vary dishes to suit dietary needs.
12 - 4pm & 5 - 9pm daily (9.30 Fri/Sat)
MENUS: Lunch 12 - 4pm except Sunday Bar Meals 12 - 2.30 & 5 - 9pm daily Dinner 5 - 9 pm daily
Our restaurant is very popular and we strongly recommend that you book in advance
Tel: +44 (0)1667 452341
Drinks and meals can be enjoyed in the Lounge Bar and Beer Garden. As CAMRA Highland Pub of the Year 2014, we have an ever-changing and interesting selection of Real Ales. Our home page shows the range of ales on the bar with live updates daily.
130 SINGLE MALT WHISKYS
The Bandstand is a haven for whisky lovers. Our Whisky List 130 Single Malts from all over Scotland. We provide detailed tasting notes to help you appreciate their individual characters. Click here for our Whisky List.
We also have a fine selection of wines to complement your meal. Click here for our Wine List. To assist you with your choice of wine, our dinner menu indicates which wine will best complement each dish.
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COOKED BREAKFAST 8 – 9.30 am. "Grab 'n' Go" take-away snack breakfast pack is offered as an alternative for guests wishing to leave early.
We reserve the right to apply a minimum cover charge of £10 per person in the restaurant at peak times.It is our policy not to allow young persons below 18 years of age to consume alcohol with a meal. We also adhere to the Challenge 25 Policy which means that any person who does not look 25 years of age will be asked to provide proof of age identification before the purchase or provision of alcoholic drinks.