Step inside this Melbourne CBD joint on Highlander Lane and you could easily feel like you’ve stumbled across a little cabin tucked away somewhere in the actual Highlands, with a log fire, exposed brick walls and vintage-style decor creating a cosy ambience. On the menu you’ll find classic comfort food with a Scottish twist. Pair your pint with some wee bites like the haggis balls, black pudding or smoked haddock and tattie croquettes, or tuck into a hearty main course dish. We recommend the haggis, vegetable bridie or one of the badass burgers like the Fat Bastard (a double Wagyu beef pattie topped with double cheese, pickles, whisky BBQ sauce, mustard, inside a brioche bun with seasoned fries), washed down with a dram or two, of course.
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All had a great time. Very happy. Will be back.
Great atmosphere typical Pub grub just how we wanted to end our week. Must go at least once
3 of our party of 11 received their meals a good 20 minutes after the rest even though we ordered at the same time. I do want to acknowledge that for one of the meals was at no charge in the end but still a disappointing experience.