Food and drink
The menus change daily, depending what Martin has been able to get hold of in the market that morning. It's fresh, it's delicate, it's clever and it's exciting, and I don't doubt it will be exquisite. This video will give you a flavour of what to expect: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ggleTouvGsg.
The six-course tasting menu is a real experience. It's a myriad different tastes and textures.
It is a bit hushed, unless you're in with a big crowd. Having said that, this is all about food as it should be.
The service is impeccable and part of the whole Michelin deal - so it is formal and rather fussy. It goes with the territory and you can't fault it.
The Shore in Leith is opposite the water of Leith, a 10-minute taxi from the centre of town.
An a la carte meal will set you back around £60, the tasting menu is £65; and the menu of the day at lunchtime costs £27.50.
Tables to book
Take one if you can get it.
- Special occasions