We had a large party dining together. Service was very good and the food was well presented and delicious.
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Something of an institution with the Bruntsfield bon ton - it's been around for ages, over twenty years - but don't let the red jeans and braying accents put you off as the staff are invariably friendly and the food/wine are consistently good. On my...More
We visited the Montpeliers twice whiel our stay in Scotland and both times it was a great experience. The atmosphere is that of a typical Scottish busy but lovely restaurant. We hadn't booked a table in advance but still got one very fast - even...More
The staff were excellent, we hadnt booked but they found us a table on a busy night. The food was very tasty and they had agreat range of bbers including Innes and Gunn, wonderful.
A really nice location , good atmosphere and lovely service from the staff . It's the food that really disappoints.I get the feeling it's busy anyway and they don't need to deliver . Will be back for a drink in the bar.... won't be eating...More
My favourite restaurant to eat in Edinburgh by far. Staff look after you and really pay attention to customer service. I've been for breakfast, lunch and dinner multiple times and love it for all three! The breakfast menu is probably my favourite, would highly recommend...More
Visited midweek for lunch and restaurant was pretty quiet. Decided to treat myself to the Rib Eye Steak but was very disappointed. I asked for medium well but what was served was poorly and inconsistently cooked, ranging from very rare to well done. Admittedly the...More
Always busy so best to book for lunch or in the evening. If you plan to enjoy the wine list buses 11, 15 and 16 go to/from Princes Street from the door. Been back in Edinburgh for a while, working my way down the menu...More
Came here with 3 others for Saturday brunch around 11am. I will admit the restaurant was busy (but no more than you would expect a city centre Edinburgh brunch spot) Breakfast took about 40 minutes to arrive. I asked for toast straight away because I...More