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The Brasserie

2 Greenside Place, Edinburgh, EH1 3AA

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Average
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.

Amazing meal and great service. This is the second time we have visited and we live it. The only thing I would say is maybe they could vary the menu. Also more signs for the restuarant would be helpful.

Janette Mclaren 07 June 2017
from Midlothian

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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.

The Brasserie

2 Greenside Place, Edinburgh, EH1 3AA

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4.0 ((((* (based on 115 reviews)
75% of diners recommend this restaurant
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  • views (35)
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  • lunch (22)
  • private dining (19)
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  • ((((( 7 June 2017 by Caralyn Archibald from Edinburgh

    Delicious food with excellent friendly service from all staff

  • ((((( 7 June 2017 by Janette Mclaren from Midlothian

    Amazing meal and great service. This is the second time we have visited and we live it. The only thing I would say is maybe they could vary the menu. Also more signs for the restuarant would be helpful.

  • ((((( 28 May 2017 by Norma from Edinburgh

    We very much enjoyed our meal and thought that it was excellent value. The staff were delightful and attentive,

  • ((((* 5 May 2017 by Doreen Logan from Edinburgh

    We arrived at Reception and were escorted to the Lounge Bar, which was a really nice touch. There were no seats available, but we enjoyed walking round the gardens with lovely views over Edinburgh, till a table was free. We were served some Champagne and were then escorted to the Restaurant, which had a nice relaxed atmosphere. Tables were set well with unusual cutlery.
    We had booked a 5 course tasting menu and the food was excellent. Every course was presented well with very generous portions.
    We waited a while for our 3rd course, but the waitress apologised for the delay and very quickly rectified the situation. The main course was our favourite - the lamb was tasty and tender. But all courses were equally good. The Wine selection was good but drinks incurred a 10% service charge.
    The staff in the Restaurant were friendly, helpful and very attentive.
    Our only complaint happened at the end of our dining experience. Other diners appeared to be receiving coffee and petit fours. I asked the waitress if this should have been included with our meal and she apologised and said yes. She suggested going up to the Lounge Bar and requesting coffee from the Bar Manager. He said he would organise this, but after waiting over 20 minutes ,we decided to leave. Priority appeared to be given to diners ordering alcoholic drinks.
    He apologised and said he would take it up with the Restaurant staff.
    This slightly spoiled a very good evening, as we feel a simple thing like serving our coffee and petit fours would have completed the 5* treatment, we had previously received.
    I have emailed the Restaurant regarding this, but to date have not received any feedback.
    However this would not deter us from returning, as the food and service in the Restaurant was excellent. We would recommend the Glasshouse Braaerie to our family and friends.

  • ((((( 5 May 2017 by Julie Nicoll from Edinburgh

    We had a fantastic experience and would highly recommend this restaurant to all our family and friends. Full marks for quality of food and service.

  • ((((( 2 May 2017 by Pam from Edinburgh

    Had a voucher for the 5 course taster menu which was a great chance to dine out in this lovely restaurant. Had a welcome drink in the snug and a wander around the roof garden. So quiet when you think how busy the roads are on the other side of hotel. Meal was lovely and can't fault any aspect of it. Staff chatty and helpful especially Pilar.

    Will definitely book again as 10 minute walk from my house.

  • ((((( 30 April 2017 by Carol-anne Fordyce from Edinburgh

    Everything about it was fantastic. The staff were lovely and the food was superb.

  • ((((( 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.

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