Food and drink
The stuff of dreams: foie gras soufflé, roast fillet of monkfish with deep fried oyster, John Dory, apple and blackberry trifle, calvados granita. Go for his set lunch: whatever it consists of it will be great. He uses seasonal produce so the menu changes every couple of weeks, and for £25.50 I don't know how he does it. But happily he does.
Refurbished in July 2010, the place is looking great. There's no private dining room any longer, but they will still accommodate a more private dining experience if that's what you prefer. Other than that you get a big room, elegant and comfortable.
Has been criticised in the past for being too serious and reverential but part of the Michelin package is top service and that is what you get, like it or not.
One of the lesser known streets in Leith and it's not an ideal location, which is why the prices are pitched to get you down here. You will go back once you have tried it.
Great prices for this level of eating: a three course dinner is £39, the tasting menu weighs in at £59 and a four-course lunch including canapés costs £25.50. I told you.
- Business travellers
- Culture vultures
- Seasoned travellers
- People watching
- Special occasions