Sometimes all you need to perk yourself up is, you guessed it, a top-notch roast dinner.
Roast meat with all the juicy trimmings, crispy roast potatoes, buttery mash, golden-brown Yorkshire puddings, lashings of gravy, the list of ingredients that will have you salivating goes on.
But when it’s Sunday and cooking isn’t on the agenda, and you’re looking to indulge, it’s important to know the top locations to venture to when in need of a roast.
After all, you want to make sure you’re left feeling nothing other than satisfied and full to the brim.
Fill your boots at one (or several) of our recommended places to visit for a Sunday roast in Inverness.
Modern and contemporary Scottish fare is available in abundance at Inverness’ The Waterfront, which is open from 12.30pm to 10.30pm on Sundays – allowing plenty of time to stop by with friends and family for a roast.
Advanced booking is recommended to avoid disappointment.
70 Huntly Street, Inverness, IV3 5JN
The Three Witches
Offering a carvery all day, every day, a visit to The Three Witches, which is also in Inverness, means you can forget about cooking duties and head out with your friends and family.
With choices of beef, gammon and turkey alongside a selection of freshly prepared vegetables, crispy roast potatoes, sage and onion stuffing and homemade Yorkshire puddings, you won’t be left disappointed after your next visit.
Aignish Drive, Inverness, IV2 6ET
The Snow Goose
Situated on land that was originally part of Stoneyfield House, the Snow Goose was previously known as the Coach House Inn.
The restaurant’s menus are full of hearty favourites and country pub classics, and the team will be ready with a well-stocked bar including cask ales, fine wines and British gin to suit every taste.
Stonyfield, Inverness, IV2 7PA
At MacGregor’s in Inverness, the team prides themselves on using local produce as much as possible in their wide range of dishes.
And this goes for their mouth-watering Sunday roast option, too, which they reintroduced to their menu in June.
From the fresh vegetables to the succulent meats, you’ll want to savour every last bite.
101-113 Academy Street, Inverness, IV1 1LX
Traditional Scottish pub The Clachnaharry Inn is known in the local community for its delicious Sunday roasts, which come with an array of scrumptious ingredients.
Open from noon to 11pm on Sundays, there’s plenty of opportunity to place an order and tuck into a tasty assortment of potatoes, vegetables, roast chicken, skirlie and more.
17-19 High Street, Clachnaharry, Inverness, IV3 8RB