A nice little bistro style restaurant with nice selection of French cuisine. Throughly recommended. Something on the menu for vegetarians.
Small, cute restaurant on Grassmarket. Food was really good and service was great. We had fish of the day and steak, both great. The fish soup was also wonderful, as was the wine! The only thing we didn't like was the crepe for dessert - avoid this! It tasted like it had shots of alcohol just poured in. It was... More
We ate in the Witchery restaurant yesterday and were so disappointed. We were a group of 7 and were not looking for anything special but came across this find. The food was amazing! Service was superb, friendly and prompt. The food was absolutely one of the best restaurants we have eaten in at in Scotland. We were fortunate that we... More
Last visited two years ago on break in city so decided to go back this time. We visited on Saturday night so we booked which is good idea. We had lovely table in window it has a real French feel with tables and decor. Really friendly staff are very attentive. Unlike British restaurants don't hold back with bread basket even... More
We ate in Petit Paris twice and both times had good tasty food in a lively and friendly atmosphere. The menu is limited but ensures that the food is well prepared. Lamb stew was really good ,the lamb was very tender with a delicious tomatoey sauce and sea bass which was served with seafood sauce and saute potatoes also delicious... More
We found this place by coincidence, going around Grassmarket. First of all I got disappointed as their gluten free menu was reallly limited. They had flour in everything! The Food I could have was not terrific either. The sausages, Toulouse style, was burnt, the side dishes not that exciting. Otherwise, we got a table in the basement, no view of... More
Definitely the culinary highlight of our weekend stay in Edinburgh. Not posh but they sure know how to cook and present food. We visited on Saturday lunchtime and it was lucky we'd booked. Everything was highly acceptable, and pretty good value.
Had lunch here on a Friday afternoon, shown to a table downstairs in a room which quickly filled up. We had the mussels, cottage pie, chocolate tart and creme brûlée. Everything was tasty and the atmosphere was great. We were really pleased with this find and would definitely go back!
We had a lovely meal in Petit Paris on a wet lunch time . Fantastic food . The reataurant was like walking into paris as all were french speaking ( who also spoke excellent english ) . The service was friendly and good .The wine was lovely and we enjoyed two courses for around £10 each . The french onion... More
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