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WATCH: 'I need a bigger handbag!' Inverness's Mustard Seed scores hat-trick of trophies

By Annabelle Gauntlett

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The Mustard Seed team. Picture: James Mackenzie
The Mustard Seed team. Picture: James Mackenzie

The Mustard Seed restaurant overlooking the beautiful River Ness collected a trio of accolades at the Inverness City Centre Business Awards.

These consisted of winning city centre restaurant of the year, people's choice for excellent customer service and highly commended for much loved city centre business.

Christine Robertson, who runs The Mustard Seed restaurant, said: "We are delighted to have won so many awards.

"We certainly didn't expect to have won so many, otherwise I would have brought a bigger handbag with me.

"We are incredibly lucky as we have a huge support network in the community, but we also get so many tourists, so it really has been a great year for us.

"The business has been here for 22 years, and hopefully it will be for another 22. We will just continue to keep working hard at it."

The local business is known for its fabulous roast dinners, great customer service and breathtaking views.

One Google review said: "What a wonderful and delicious Sunday dinner it was!

"The food and service were excellent.

"We went to Mustard Seed during our summer trip to Scotland and it was definitely among Top 3 meals we had there. We ate three Specials (fish, mussels and gnocchi) and all of them were excellent.

"Just remember to leave some space for the cheesecake as it is really amazing (and not too sweet as they often are), and to book a table in advance.

"We will definitely come back when in Inverness again!"

Another person raved about the exquisite customer service and cosy atmosphere.

They said: "Last-minute booking and delighted with it. Excellent food and lovely location, served by efficient friendly staff a definite 10/10."

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