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Grazing by Mark Greenaway

Waldorf Astoria Edinburgh - The Caledonian, Princes Street, Edinburgh, EH1 2AB

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  • Grazing by Mark Greenaway - Edinburgh
  • Grazing by Mark Greenaway - Edinburgh
  • Grazing by Mark Greenaway - Edinburgh
  • Grazing by Mark Greenaway - Edinburgh
  • Grazing by Mark Greenaway - Edinburgh
Average
Main course: £30
Food spend: £49
Opening hours
Monday to Saturday: 12:00 - 14:30 & 17:30 - 21:30
Sunday: 12:30 - 21:30.

Amazing lunch, lovely staff and would highly recommend the Duck Egg and the Fish & Chip plates! Can’t wait to visit again.

David 19 September 2019
from Edinburgh

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From award-winning chef Mark Greenaway, Grazing offers a menu which reflects the laidback ‘grazing’ concept in a casual and welcoming environment. Always incorporating locally sourced ingredients, the menu showcases a mix of traditional and modern dishes, sharing plates and unique concept dishes created by Mark.

Chef Mark Greenaway is an ambassador for Scotland Food and Drink. His commitment and drive place him in the very top tier of Scottish chefs. Mark’s first cookbook, ‘Perceptions’, received the ‘Best in the World’ award at The Gourmand Cookbook Awards in 2017.

Grazing by Mark Greenaway

Waldorf Astoria Edinburgh - The Caledonian, Princes Street, Edinburgh, EH1 2AB

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4.2 ((((* (based on 87 reviews)
85% of diners recommend this restaurant
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  • dinner (53)
  • lunch (40)
  • luxury (20)
  • business (17)
  • romantic (15)
  • trendy (15)
  • child friendly (12)
  • value (12)
  • large parties (7)
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  • (((** 22 October 2019 by Christine from Edinburgh

    Overall a little disappointed. Had been frequent diners at Mark Greenaway's previous restaurant so was hoping for much the same experience. Atmosphere a little lacking but was quiet so difficult to judge. Service was reasonable but did not have the warmth of the previous establishment. One of the diners has Coeliac Disease and was disappointed that had to make this known to each meme we of staff despite indicating in the booking. There was a lack of information regarding the gluten free options and with the starters it was not clear why some were not suitable and whether some could have been made suitable with some adjustments. Food overall was good (especially deserts - as always!) but seemed to be rather safe. This may be because we restricted to the lunch menu.
    Overall felt we missed Mark Greenaway’s! This is probably unfair as clearly Grazing is a different concept.

  • ((((( 21 October 2019 by Graeme from Edinburgh

    We had Sunday Lunch @ Grazing by Mark Greenaway & opted for the Sunday Roast! It was the best Sunday Roast I have ever had! The beef was pink but not too pink, the veg were perfectly cooked with just enough crunch left in them, the Yorkshire puds we were crispy & light & the roast potatoes were crispy on the outside & fluffy clouds of deliciousness inside! Topped off with real gravy! It was divine & great value too!

  • (((** 21 October 2019 by Sarah from Edinburgh

    A bit underwhelmed to be honest. I was a huge fan of Galvins so keen to see what had been done with the place. Not a huge change decor or style wise but the food is certainly not as good. To start I had the Waldorf salad which was really nice and nicely presented. My friend had the Cullen skink which was again nicely presented but sadly lacked flavour. I then had the gnocchi which was done in a creamy sauce which was tasty but it meant that the gnocchi itself was ‘soggy’. My friend had the chicken which came in a bowl that was so small it actually made it quite difficult to eat. We did have some fries on the side and they were amazing so maybe we just ordered the wrong thing or it was a bad day... The service at front of house was very good, although our waiter didn’t know the specials and had to check. I don’t mean to be overly critical here as it wasn’t bad, but it just wasn’t great and I would have expected more, both from Mark Greenaway, and for the price.

  • ((((( 17 October 2019 by Jane from Beauly

    Fabulous food and great staff. The soufflé was a triumph.

  • ((((* 5 October 2019 by Dale from Edinburgh

    Imaginative cooking,generous portions and excellent staff. But the heating level of the restaurant needs in creasing!

  • ((*** 2 October 2019 by Eleanor from Edinburgh

    Nice enough food but distinctly lacking in atmosphere.

  • ((((( 30 September 2019 by Denise from Edinburgh

    Gorgeous food and lovely atmosphere. Very friendly and attentive (at the right level, without being intrusive) staff.

  • (((** 30 September 2019 by Gill from Edinburgh

    Food was good but service was lacking quality

  • ((((( 29 September 2019 by Christopher from Edinburgh

    The food is genuinely phenomenal. Unbelievably well cooked and presented. The only downside was that the service was a little slow and the restaurant was a little bit too bright- dim the lights please

  • ((((( 24 September 2019 by Colin from Livingston

    Excellent Sunday Lunch at Grazing. My starter - ham hock with quail's egg and pea mousse - was absolutely delicious. My wife's starter was equally superb, with smoked trout on a crumpet with a poached duck egg. The Sunday Lunch platter, with succulent and perfectly pink roast beef, was accompanied by all of the trimmings and a rich gravy. Sharing a dessert of warm frangipane & pear tart with vanilla ice cream, which was wonderfully rich and decadent, would have catered for four diners rather than two. The buttery tart case was crumbly and irresistibly moreish!
    The restaurant is minimalist but tasteful in its design and was quieter than would have been expected for a prime slot on a Sunday afternoon. Service was attentive without being invasive, as one would expect in such an establishment. The only gripe was that the wines were expensive and perhaps some consideration could be given to making them more reasonably priced. Overall, it was an excellent meal and I'd certainly return to sample more of the menu.

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