For a beautifully cooked lunch or snack you can’t beat Mosh’s at 77 High Street, Nairn. Mosh’s café was previously the function room of the adjoining Royal Bengal restaurant. There is ample seating, and due to the banquette seating around the walls also means that it is very flexible to numbers of guests as tables can be easily joined together for bigger parties – this was put to good use by an extended family of ten the day I was there. The décor is modern but the café also gives a cosy feel, once through the doors you feel nicely hidden from the outside world! Unlike some other High Street cafes when the outside noise is still clearly heard when you are within.
The menu offers a selection of reasonably priced starters, filled rolls, sandwiches, paninis as well as meals such as macaroni cheese and lasagne, all freshly cooked. Child portions are also available. A good selection of home-made cakes are also on offer with the lemon drizzle cake being a particular favourite! Mosh’s, in my humble opinion, also do the best cup of coffee in town!
The service is very friendly and efficient, whilst still being relaxed – and a lovely moment when I was there was the waitress remembering a family who came in, who had holidayed in Nairn the previous year, she welcomed them back and asked how long they would be there this year and their plans for their holidays, a lovely personal touch which can be missing in other establishments
All in all this is an ideal place for a morning or afternoon coffee and cake or a light lunch, excellent food with excellent service!Previous review of the Westerlea available here.