No matter the occasion, our MP’s Bistro is the perfect setting for a beautiful Edinburgh dining experience. As one of the best restaurants in Edinburgh, our award-winning chef combines the very best in traditional Scottish cuisine with freshly grown local produce. Whether you start your day off with a traditional Scottish breakfast, or chews a delightful 3-course dinner from our pre-theatre menu, you can enjoy a tantalising taste of Scotland in the heart of Edinburgh.
Our Autumn Dishes To Dine For
1. Smoking Hot Salmon Starter
Whet your appetite with a traditional Scottish starter. Our hot smoked salmon with quails egg, beetroot and caper dressing is the perfect combination of traditional Scottish ingredients and flavours. It’s just one of the reasons we’re one of the best restaurants in Edinburgh.
2. Garlic and Rosemary Highland Rump
If you’re looking for something a little heartier, tuck into a sizzling garlic and rosemary Scottish highland lamb rump. Dressed with beetroot, braised baby vegetables, fondant sweet potato and red wine reduction, every bite is bursting with flavour.
3. Roast Courgette And Parmesan Crisps
For the more adventurous palate, we suggest another local favourite. Enjoy a succulent roast courgette stuffed with quinoa, cannellini beans with cherry tomatoes and basil, finished with aubergine caviar and Parmesan crisps. If it sounds like a delicious mouthful, that’s because it is.
4. Traditional Scottish Fillet Steak
If you’re in the mood for a Scottish take on the age-old fillet steak, sink your teeth into our pan roast Scottish Fillet steak. Served with mushrooms, slow roast cherry vine tomatoes and chunky chips, it’s a global dish with a dash of Scottish flavour.
5. Scottish Cheese Board
To end off the perfect night of traditional Scottish dining in one of the best restaurants in Edinburgh, enjoy a delightfully creamy Scottish cheese board. Like all the best restaurants in Edinburgh, our favourite bold, strongly flavoured blue cheese will have you screaming Blue murder. While you mull things over with the rich, creamy Mull of Kintyre cheddar, or enjoy the ripened Morangie brie made from cows milk at the Tain creamery in the Scottish Highlands.
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