Edinburgh is full of fine dining and Michelin star restaurants; The Kitchin, Martin Wishart, The Plumed Horse, The Honours and The Atelier to name a few. I was recently invited to review The Stockbridge Restaurant and I actually didn’t know a thing about it. After having a wee peruse of their website I couldn’t wait to go.
It’s a cosy fine dining restaurant located in a basement in the heart of historic Stockbridge on St Stephen Street.
The staff were wonderfully kind and very happy to help. Throughout the evening they were easily available yet they were great at letting us get on with our meal in peace.
A wee amuse-bouche
A great way to start our foodie experience…
My fiancé (yay!!) opted for the Spiced pigeon breast with foie gras tortellini, pancetta,wild mushrooms and jus (£8.45).
My other half had the Gressingham duck breast with duck sausage roll, pickled onions, beetroot, Duck liver pate, roasted potatoes and sauce (£22.95).
Next up we were given some rhubarb trifles (I think). These were delicious and would have been enough of a dessert for me.
We decided to share a trio of sorbets. They were the perfectly refreshing end to a delicious meal and wonderfully relaxing evening.
So if you’re looking for an evening of relaxed fine dining for a special occasion the I would definitely recommend The Stockbridge Restaurant.