Despite the nice ambient and the good selection of beers and whiskies, the food is poor and too greasy. The prices are average but some member of the staff is rude.
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Had dinner here after work and generally was pretty good. Got our table slightly ahead of booking time, cheerful waiter and food good. I wouldnt say amazing but it was good. I had sea bass which arrived without the olive and tomato sauce (so looked...More
Popular meeting place and eatery for young professionals but whist food and table service were good, the tables (for dining) towards the front were small for other than a couple and very close together. A wine bar with meals rather than a bistro/restaurant.
Busy at the start of the Edinburgh Festival, Rachel is a star! Clearly the staff had to keep calm and carry on as the lovely hoards descend on our beautiful rain kissed City. The chap (sorry didn't catch you name) took mum's hand (she walks...More
Lunch in the City. We stopped by for a late lunch and were provided with a table quickly. Lunch was very fine especially the club sandwich and fries. Wine was good and not too expensive. Staff were FAB.
It was a busy weekend lunch hour. Service felt rushed. I came for the sharing fish board but was not informed of a redcued menu which excluded it while queuing for the table. I was told about it only after I was seated. I ordered...More
This is usually my favourite place to have brunch but I was disappointed with the food and the Bloody Marys this time round. The bacon and the black pudding from the full Scottish had been left for what felt like hours and was as tough...More