This smart restaurant perched on top of Harvey Nichols has some of the best views over the city; making for a romantic evening setting. Try and get a table during the fireworks at the climax of the Edinburgh International Festival.
The food on offer is of a high standard - nicely focusing on Scotland.
So expect the likes of 'Oban Scallops wrapped in Pancetta, with Brie fondue'; 'Warm Salad of Veal Sweetbreads and Langoustines and a Sherry Vinegar Dressing' and 'Cured Salmon with Buckwheat Blinis' among the starters.
Perhaps 'Assiette of Scottish Beef and Game'; Pot-au-Feu of Red Snapper with Shitake Mushrooms and Baby Vegetables' and 'Smoked Garlic and Spring Onion Croquettes with Ratatouille' among the mains.
Maybe finish with 'Steamed Chocolate Sponge with Pistachio Ice Cream' or 'Prune and Armagnac Custard Tart'.
A brasserie offers a more modest menu, plus morning coffee, afternoon tea and Sunday brunch (often with live jazz).
- Food Style: Modern British
- Lunch: all week; 12.00-15.00 (Sat & Sun 15.30); set L Mon to Sat £22.50 (2 courses) to £27.50; set L Sat & Sun £29.50 (2 courses), £34.50 (3 courses); (Brasserie and Bar menu's available); mains £17 to £22
- Dinner: Tues-Sat 18.00-22.00; mains from £17 to £23
- Seats: 90, plus 32 outside
- Wine: 65, plus 12 outside
- Children's portions: Yes, when possible
- Wheelchair access: Yes, including lavatory
- Nearest station: Edinburgh Waverley
- Directions: close to St.Andrews Square and Waverley Station. The entrance being outside the store in Multrees Walk. See the map on this page.
- Parking: Street Parking
- Closed: Mon D; some Bank Holidays
- Air conditioned
- Outside eating