Food and drink
There are no starters and mains as such but a selection of bigger or smaller dishes for sharing. Chunky healthy lines are the area of the menu I always end up ordering from . These options are served on two bamboo skewers choice of monkfish, lamb, chicken, prawns. I suppose they are healthy as they are skewer grilled not fried but you certainly don't feel like you are being good, always a plus in my book. Modern flavours presented creatively.
I find it hard to get past the minted lamb balls – oh yes. With fries. Slurp. Their own beetroot coleslaw stuffed into pitta bread is sublime and lots of cracking combos, with chicken, seafood, lamb and beef, are on offer.
The are two levels in the restaurant, one a mezzanine. It's a quirky, big room and all the staff - male or female - are gorgeous. The place is always buzzing.
The gorgeous ones who serve do so with a smile and a glint in their eye. Delightful.
Just off The Royal Mile and up from The Grassmarket on the south side of Princes Street.
The Apartment on Barclay Place in Bruntisfield is the sister restaurant and was opened first. Equally quirky menu and atmosphere.
- Culture vultures
- Families with teenagers
- Great views / scenery
- People watching