Food and drink
Scotland's larder is the emphasis which means expect seasonal ingredients of the highest standard including wild herbs and salads which feature regularly on the menu especially at lunchtime many of these ingredients Paul forages himself.
Confit pork crisp black pudding
Wild Scottish deer, leeks and mushroom, venison haggis,
beetroot, basil pesto, truffled jus, diced potato
Iced lemon and poppy seed mousse, orange curd
lime and black pepper sorbet, almond craquant
Very sticky toffee pudding
Dark red walls,
Helpful, enthusiastic and friendly. If you are not sure which wine to have ask this is another passion of your host who changes he list in accordance with what is on the menu so you can always order the perfect glass of wine to accmpany your dish.
It's on the The Royal Mile, parts of it are called Canongate hence the confusion if you look at the address. You are surrounded by medievil houses and on one of the most stmospheric streets in the world. A few steps in any direction and you will be spoilt for what to do next.
Set lunch at £10 is a steal.
Starters and sweets average £6 Mains from £15 - 25
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