- Main course: £15
- Food spend: £29
- Opening hours
- Tuesday: 17:00 - 21:30 Wednesday to Saturday: 13:00 - 16:00 & 17:00 - 21:30 Sunday: 13:00 - 16:00.
We both had a delightful experience in the restaurant from start to finish. The service was excellent and very pleasant and the food was exquisite..
08 April 2017
A stunning piece of Edinburgh history, The Brasserie sits inside the converted 160-year-old church Glasshouse Hotel. Its floor to ceiling windows offer amazing views of Carlton Hill, there is a tranquil rooftop garden, and traditional afternoon teas to enjoy.
The Brasserie menu focuses on wholesome Scottish dining made with regional ingredients, with inventive flourishes. Flavoursome starters include slow-cooked leg and roasted breast of Perthshire wood pigeon with gooseberry and Edinburgh gin chutney and watercress porridge. There is fresh seafood like pink peppercorn and cardamom crumbed stone bass with potato dumplings, as well as a succulent grill selection.
Inventive desserts feature creations like strawberry mousse with pistachio crumb and prosecco granita, and there is an inviting snug bar area that boasts tremendous wine and fine whisky menus. Afternoon teas at The Brasserie Edinburgh include all the classic sweet and savoury additions, and during the summer there are picnics in the 2-acre rooftop garden.
Filled with history, and with a great range of luxurious areas to drink, dine and relax in, The Brasserie sits 8 minutes from Edinburgh Waverley Rail Station.
2 Greenside Place, Edinburgh, EH1 3AA
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Customer reviews for The Brasserie
((((( 29 April 2017 by Fiona from Edinburgh
Fabulous meal last night. The girls serving were exceptionally friendly & helpful. Can't wait to go back :)
((((* 29 April 2017 by Tony Bertorelli from Edinburgh
Excellent service attentative without being overwhelming. 5 course taster menu was first class although we thought he lamb was a little on the chewy side and for us, not cooked enough but that is just our taste.
((((* 28 April 2017 by Gary Cossar from Clackmannan
This was the first time at the Glasshouse. The reception was fantastic, really helpful. The food was fantastic. The best dish was the lamb, was cooked very well and the flavours worked. The only criticism of the food was the soup. Didn't like the burnt cheese, smelt like burnt hair. It spoiled the soup. The restaurant was very nice and it was very welcoming. The service was good and they acomadated us very well. My other criticisms was at the bar up stair after our meal. I do not appreciate being pushed the the bill and being made to feel unwelcome and I am keeping someone from going home. That kind of spoiled the evening a little. All in all good value for money.
(**** 28 April 2017 by Alison Yuill from Edinburgh
Great welcome, very helpful and friendly staff ....But I paid for and was expecting a tasting menu...more unusual food combinations with descriptions of what we were about to eat...Instead was an ok meal but uninspiring
((((( 28 April 2017 by Muriel Prior from Edinburgh
Great staff, great service, and the food wasn't bad either. We had a lovely evening
((((( 26 April 2017 by Catherine Orr from Lanark
Enjoyed the tasting menu very much. Food was well prepared and presented. Staff were very attentive and pleasant. Enjoyed Champagne and coffee in the upstairs lounge and enjoyed a walk around the roof garden
((((* 24 April 2017 by Gemma Parsons from Portsmouth
Happily catered for our dietary requirements, relaxing ambience. Food was okay plenty to eat. Overall could be more special.
((((( 23 April 2017 by Kirsty McAlpine from Bathgate
From start to finish the five course tasting menu was excellent. The attention to detail was first class. Loved our evening at The Glasshouse and will definitely visit again.
((((( 23 April 2017 by Sandra Law from Ayr
Lovely selection of varied savouries and cakes. I particularly enjoyed the fact that there was not s heavy onus of creamy type cakes. Biscuits, truffles and small cake items were ideal
((((( 21 April 2017 by Namiki Ikeshima from Edinburgh
First time trying the restaurant with a friend. Very friendly welcome and throughout the meal - always great to see staff who enjoy their workplace and can have a laugh with colleagues as well as guests. My friend forgot to mention her gluten allergy during booking process however catered for without fuss. Delicious food and wine. Will definitely be returning soon and have already recommended. Thank you for a lovely evening!
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