Scotland French Restaurants
The Kitchen offers an impressive range of quality menus with a frequently changing choice of seafood, game, vegetarian and Scotish beef dishes, reflecting he best of the season.
- East Lothian
A Choice of Brasserie or fine dining in the setting of the Open Arms terrace, conservatory or library opposite the intriguing Dirleton Castle
The Grindlay Street, Restuarant is situated in the centre of the City in the lee of Edinburgh Castle, within walking distance of The Royal Lyceum Theatre and The Usher Hall.
- Edinburgh City Centre
- Fine Dining
Number one has established a reputation for world class cuisine using the very best of Scottish produce. The spacious and comfortable surroundings create a sophisticated ambience.
Michelin Guide - Recommended 2007/08/09, Finalist RSPCA Good Business Awards 2007, Top 5 Best Sunday lunch in Scotland - Observer food awards 2007, Runner-up Edinburgh Newcomer Res
Blue Moon has been voted Aberdeen\'s Restaurant of the Year annually since 2001.
Cafe 52 enjoys favorable reports and a thumbs up from seasoned foodies. from a bargain basement beginnings it has now elevated as the choice for unpretentious global goodies.
A balance of vegetarian, meat, poultry and fish, so there\'s something for everyone. And unlike so many other restaurants nowadays, First Coast\'s menu is frequently changed.
- West Highlands
At the Sconser Lodge hotel\'s traditional restaurant you can enjoy sweeping views over the waters of Rasaay, with a concise menu of local Scottish produce.
Boasting ant impressive looking out onto Aberdeen\'s coast, serving French influence food.
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