Provenance Map

Sustainable dining and eating in a sustainable way is a key focus of our sustainability goals. We want you to have an amazing experience when you visit Torrish at Ness Walk – we are confident of that!  And, we want to ensure that when we deliver that experience, we do it always with a focus on sustainability and regeneration.

How we prepare your dining experience

We work closely with local providers. Not only on ensuring the very best of quality, but also on how much carbon is used in the production of the food.  So much so, that we are currently in the concept stage of a new Torrish Supper Club focusing on just this – low carbon dining. In the sourcing of food, we consider the food miles; how far has it travelled and how did it travel? Is the fish sustainable? Where was it fished? Was the scallop dredged or hand-dived? Where is the meat from? What are the farms views on animal husbandry? How many miles has the wine travelled? Is it organic? Is it Biodynamic?

These are just some of the considerations we make when working towards providing a sustainable dining experience; and we hope our efforts give you confidence in our commitment sustainability and excellence. In the Ness Walk courtyard garden, we grow our own herbs and garnishes; and our kitchen and bar teams choose and harvest fresh herbs on a daily basis. Where we can, fruit is sourced locally too; from the Wester Hardmuir Farm.

Below you can see a map showing where we source all our food and beverages from across Scotland. We pride ourselves in serving the very best of Scottish produce so that when you visit you really get a taste of Scotland. So why not take a look to see our suppliers below. Simply click on the markers and find out more about them. Furthermore, you can zoom in to see them more easily if you wish. Get those taste buds tingling.

Sustainability at Ness Walk

We are guided by our company principle; to offer a luxury experience in Inverness whilst protecting the beautiful environment in which we live. There is only one Scotland, and we are working hard every day to ensure what we do at our hotel protects our beautiful country. As climate change continues to alter the way we live, here at Ness Walk we focus on bringing sustainable tourism initiatives and eco-holidays in Scotland to our guests. Read more about our sustainability mission…

Discover the Loch Ness Farm inspiring our seasonal dishes…

Organic Vegetables

Delicious, fresh produce from a local organic farm on Loch Ness-side. Making sure we serve you premium local produce.

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