The Sun Dancer
Having visited a number of restaurants throughout the British Isles, you’d of thought I’d seen it all wouldn’t you, then the Sun Dancer was recommended to me. Named after an old wives tale of a dolphin who would only spend the daytime in the Moray Firth, this fantastic restaurant couldn’t be better positioned. The Sun Dancer wears several hats during the day, whilst being an excellent restaurant, downstairs sits a modern, well stocked cafe and the family who own the business, work very hard to ensure their customers receive the very best service. No sooner had I entered the building, a very polite young girl, not knowing who I was, came to ask me how she could help me, now that’s the kind of service I like. Having looked through all of the Sun Dancers menus, they have something for everyone and the prices are more than reasonable given their location.- Top 100 Review
Nairn, The Highlands , IV12 4PH
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Cawdor Castle & Gardens
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