Afternoon tea is the perfect combination of sweet and savoury, although a little naughty, it’s worth every bite.
In the heart of the city’s Old Town, Bistro du Vin at Hotel du Vin Edinburgh offers classic French bistro dining in a historic setting. Regional ingredients from acclaimed local suppliers are used, with a chic mezzanine bar and al fresco dining also on offer.
The Bistro du Vin at Hotel du Vin Edinburgh menu celebrates elegant French bistro-style dining, using fresh, premium, locally sourced ingredients. Delicate starters such as tiger prawns in garlic and pastis butter give way to bold mains, which include a hearty classic cassoulet with white beans and confit duck, sole meuniere or a baked aubergine and halloumi parmigiana. A Sunday lunch menu and range of superb desserts also feature.
The Bistro du Vin at Hotel du Vin Edinburgh wine list is a highlight, featuring a huge variety of carefully selected bottles. Dark leather chairs and stained-wood tables sit alongside the colourful, bustling bar area, ensuring an elegant yet informal ambience.
Offering stylish private dining and a superb whisky snug, Bistro du Vin at Hotel du Vin Edinburgh is a stone’s throw from the Festival Theatre, and 3 minutes’ drive from Edinburgh Rail Station.
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19 November 2018
It was perfect. We eat here on special occasions, 2-3x a year. Always excellent.
25 July 2018
We were a group of 8 and had a private area of the dining room. Water was already on the table and bread and oil. We were given a glass of prosecco on arrival. Menu was changed from the one we had seen, but choices were fine, apart from the desserts which were nothing exciting. We had a small issue with the bill and being told we had to pay the service charge which is of course discretionary. On a positive note the Singapore Sling cocktail was fabulous.
29 June 2018
The quality of food was poor and if it was not for getting a free glass of prosecco as part of the offer I would have returned both the starter and main course. I will not be going back! The service staff were lovely and made up for the food.
23 June 2018
16 February 2018
Starter was tasty we both had mushrooms on brioche. The choice of mains on the lunch set menu was very restrictive Mussels, Toulouse Sausage. Aubergine with tomato and Halumi. Nothing really that appealing. Creme Brule dessert was also nice. Cheese board was fairly sparce with 3 little crackers.
18 January 2018
We had a pre-theatre 2-course meal which was very good value. Good setting, friendly efficient staff.
20 December 2017
Had pre theatre dinner here for second timeAnother very good meal.The venison game pudding was particularly enjoyed.No time for sweet due to time constraints.Will be back soon
17 August 2017
Lovely meal and very pleasant helpful staff.Rib eye steak was excellent.
6 July 2017
Set lunch menu with excellent choice and interestingly presented. Very attractive setting within a jumble of old buildings and much more exciting than the street view would suggest. "Free" wine on the bookatable deal was dull but as it was a freeby compared to the walk-in menu then shouldn't complain. Service and presentation good - bordering on the over attentive. A chunk missing from the disabled WC seat was not expected in a hotel of this quality.
4 July 2017
The lights, food was bland, bread was good.
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