Gordon Ramsay’s new Edinburgh restaurant opened in St Andrew Square on Friday and is already set to become a popular hit among diners in the capital with its central location and tantalizing menu.
Edinburgh Live took a look at the indulgent menu at Edinburgh’s premier Scottish restaurant.
Entrees in the restaurant start at £ 7.50 for the cullen skink, the most expensive being the west coast scampi at £ 17.50 with lemon mayonnaise and Espelette pepper.
Main course prices start at £ 17.50 for a burger and £ 16.50 for fish and chips with beef options including £ 40 for a 10-ounce rib eye steak and £ 48 for beef Wellington, to which customers are asked to allow an additional 45 minutes to perfect their signature. plate.
The mouthwatering steaks are served with cherry tomatoes, grilled mushrooms and watercress – but the fries and gravy cost more with the £ 4.50 fries and the sauce £ 2.
Customers can also enjoy a Sunday roast with all the trimmings for £ 25 and for dessert a caramel pudding will set you back £ 7 and a cheese board £ 10.50.
Vegetarian options are available but quite limited on the menu with only two options either a superfood salad or baked spinach and ricotta cannelloni.
The new restaurant marks the celebrity chef’s very first restaurant in the capital and an expansion of its casual dining chain.
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He visited over the weekend and seemed impressed with the menu: “We started with the spicy tamarind chicken wings which were so tasty.
“I had the sirloin steak with cherry tomatoes, grilled mushrooms, watercress and Koffmann fries. Sides – mashed truffle and brie (unreal), macaroni and cheese and my friend had the Sunday roast (it was cooked to perfection!)
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“We had the sticky caramel pudding for dessert and I have to say it’s one of the best I’ve had
“They have a full bar with exclusive cocktails and they even made my favorite, a spicy margarita, we also had wine and champagnes
“Edinburgh is really improving their game right now and I’m so here for it!