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Signature dishes include a sublime ravioli of Borders partridge with cabbage in truffle cream. Full review →
Having done much to kick-start Edinburgh's fine-dining scene, many would say that Wishart remains at the head of the pack.
Possibly the finest dining experience in all of Scotland.
Slightly out of town but worth every penny of the taxi fare, this restaurant's well-known chef woos diners with an impeccable and varied menu of beautifully presented, French-influenced dishes. Full review →
Despite a Michelin star and a host of local awards, chef/owner Martin Wishart is the antithesis of the high-profile prima donna or loud-mouthed TV chef. Full review →
The eponymous chef has worked with Albert Roux, Marco Pierre White and Nick Nairn, and brings a modern French approach to the best Scottish produce. Full review →
Elegant modern restaurant with immaculately set tables and attentive, professional service. Full review →
Wows the gourmets with highly accomplished and exquisitely presented dishes featuring Scottish-sourced fish and meat.
If you’re going to spend big, spend it at this Michelin-starred marvel in Leith. Full review →
The namesake of renowned local chef Martin Wishart, this Michelin one-starred restaurant is housed in an understated building on the bank of the Water of Leith. Full review →