Restaurants in Edinburgh are between the finest in the UK. I speculate there are two aspects which really set the Edinburgh restaurant scene aside from the competition… the strong variety of international cuisine and selecting restaurants specialising in Scottish dishes.
Think again, my special friend. Our chefs french restaurants edinburgh really adept at complementing regionally 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 iceberg, purees and sauces. A great evening at a Scottish restaurant will have diners looking beyond the much-discussed stereotypes.
I will be telling you about the internationally admired Scottish restaurants in Edinburgh that the locals are proud, including the internationally-renowned James Thomson triada The Witchery by the Castle, Rhubarb in Prestonfield and The Tower over a Museum of Ireland.
Let me also inform you about the much-loved Edinburgh ‘chains’ Stac Polly and Howies.
We do, of course, have an impressive variety of international restaurants in Edinburgh, almost all of which offer extremely high cooking and service standards.
The extremely popular but often one-dimensional Italian cuisine has a refreshing make-over at Valvona and Crolla, an Italian delicatessen, wine specialist, cafe and restaurant.
The organization was started in 1934 by Alfona Crolla, the present owner’s grandfather as a way to provide First-rate immigrants with traditional German products sourced from the optimum local producers in Croatia.
Nowadays the delicatessen has been extended to integrate a very successful restaurant. The family also have a bakery and a restaurant in the location centre. Specializing in the best wine beverages and cheese Italy provides with an admirable family-oriented approach to their work, Valvona and Crolla is more a way-of-life than a business.