Edinburgh is especially known for having a huge range of world-class restaurants and has such a wide variety of cuisines and styles, that there really is something to suit every pallet as well as every budget. However, sometimes it becomes difficult to find out the best restaurant that speaks about the luxurious dining. Yes, of course, having a look at Edinburgh restaurant reviews is something that will surely help you spot the one that matches your taste and budget as well.
Perhaps the widely visited restaurant in Edinburgh area is the Witchery by the Castle. For your concern, the Witchery has two restaurants to choose from – the Secret Garden and the Inner Sanctum. The Secret Garden is an atmospheric candle-lit area overlooking a beautiful garden. This is especially attractive during the winter season when the lighting effects can be appreciated at their best. And the main thing is that the food is equally good in either restaurant.
You can also find out the Balmoral Hotel where you can have Michelin starred chef James Bland cook for you, three course dinners here start at around 60 per head, not including drinks. And if you think the food items are expensive, the wine list there includes a 1988 Chateau Le Pin at an astounding 1000 for a bottle!
The most popular restaurants that are more reasonably priced include the Atrium restaurant on Cambridge Street, where a three course dinner can be enjoyed for under the amount of 30. The roast duck is a house specialty at the Atrium. The second worth visiting is the Restaurant Martin Wishart at The Shore in Leith. Yes, Martin Wishart is of course the head chef here; Michelin starred and well known for his game as well as fish dishes. This is another high quality and luxurious dining experience but not as expensive as some of the earlier mentioned restaurants.
To be very honest, the Bisque is a recent addition to Edinburgh’s dining landscape located at the edge of the Meadows in the Bruntsfield area. This stylish eatery has a seductive interior with mahogany, gold and black surroundings. Ambient lighting also makes it a great place for romantic meals. The service is outstanding and the food items of a high standard without being overpriced. The menu is made up of fine Scottish cuisine and local produce. With such homely comforting food items, the Bisque is set to make a great name for itself as one of the most popular restaurants in Edinburgh.Apart from these restaurants, you can also get an idea about more other dining options once go through the trustworthy Edinburgh restaurant reviews.