The food was all displayed beautifully, a nice varied menu. We did think on some plates there might have been a few too many things happening at once. But overall a lovely dining experience. Plenty of wines flowing as we decided to have the matched drink selection.
Unfortunately we were there at the start of the month, and I have left it far too late to accurately recall all of the details of all of the dishes we had. So this is just a picture blog today, with some very beautiful dishes.
|Amuse Bouche: Lamb bonbon and Mackerel Tartare|
|A charming way to present butter, on a cold stone|
|Scallop with Taramasalata and Compressed Watermelon, Kelp Paper|
|Rabbit Three Ways|
|Mackerel with Watermelon, Palm hearts, White Asparagus, Turnip, Pistachios and Gooseberry|
|Lamb with Caramel and Olive soil, Fondant Potato|
|Sun creeping away over the Firth of Forth: view from the balcony|
|View over the St Andrew's Square to city and the Castle|
|Strawberry Dessert, Doughnut, ice cream and chocolate soil.|
|Brilliant vantage point to watch the Edinburgh Tattoo fireworks|
|Petit Fours with Ameretto and Coffee on the balcony|
A MASSIVE Thank you to Ms E and Mr N for helping me recall all the elements of this meal. Huge hugs guys!