Eating places in Edinburgh are between the finest in the UK. I guess there are two aspects which really set the Edinburgh restaurant scene apart from the competition… restaurant
… the powerful variety of international dishes and selecting restaurants specializing in Scottish cuisine.
Scottish cuisine you say? What on earth is the fact? Hideous helpings of raw meat and wine flutes of pig’s bloodstream?
You better think again, my dear good friend. Our chefs are highly adept at complementing nearby sourced meat produce like Aberdeen Angus or seafoods such as salmon with a sortiment of the nation’s favourite vegetables.
Scottish cheese is also a regular feature on Scottish menus alongside fruit banquise, purees and sauces. A great evening at a Scottish restaurant will have diners looking beyond the much-discussed stereotypes.
I am telling you about the internationally shown admiration for Scottish restaurants in Edinburgh of which the local people are proud, including the internationally-renowned James Thomson trio The Witchery by the Fortress, Rhubarb in Prestonfield plus the Tower above the Memorial of Scotland.
I will also inform you of the much-loved Edinburgh ‘chains’ Stac Polly and Howies.
We do, of course, offer an impressive range of international restaurants in Edinburgh, almost all of that offer extremely high culinary and service standards.
From The italian capital to Paris to Dehli and beyond…
The extremely popular but often one-dimensional Italian cuisine is given a refreshing make-over at Valvona and Crolla, an Italian delicatessen, wine specialist, cafe and restaurant.
The business was made its debut in 1934 by Alfona Crolla, the present owner’s grandfather in order to provide Italian immigrants with real Italian products found from the finest local producers in Italy.
In the present day the delicatessen has recently been extended to incorporate a highly successful restaurant. The family also have a bakery and a bistro in the location centre. Specializing in the best wine beverage and cheese Italy has to offer with an admirable family-oriented approach to their work, Valvona and Crolla is more a way-of-life compared to a business.
In the event you’re into French delicacies, you shouldn’t really miss the ultra-blue Maison Bleue restaurant, if that’s even possible!
This delightful France, North African and Scottish restaurant comes complete with stone arches and a spiral staircase to banquet your eyes after and is without doubt one of the very colourful restaurants in Edinburgh!
The unique advertising point of this restaurant is its cosmopolitan personnel. Maison Bleue has cooks and members of personnel from France, North The african continent and Scotland and this is reflected in the menu.
If you like your food particularly French in style, delve into the snails and fois gras. If you would like to try out some Scottish dishes, I would recommend the haggis balls in ale batter…. that is, without doubt, my mass!
Just like things hot and hot and spicy? Me too! Let’s check out a Mexican and an Indian restaurant.