About Fahrenheit Bar & Grill
'Another enjoyable visit'
Elaine Hendricks - 05/08/2014
Food as good as ever. The £17.95 offer for two courses including a bar drink and a £5 bet is good value as the quality of the food is very good.
'Genting Club - giving 110%'
Liz Lynxwiler - 03/02/2014
Four of us had dinner at the Genting Club, Fountain Park, on a Saturday night. The club is undergoing renovation so it was lacking a bit in atmosphere. However the staff are super friendly and the food is surprisingly good and good value. They could do with more wines by the glass but otherwise a really good place for dinner in the area - even if you're not gambling!
Modern Scottish restaurant in Fountainpark
Fahrenheit Bar & Grill is part of the Genting Club casino at Fountainpark in Edinburgh. Diners do not need to hit the gaming tables to enjoy an evening here. The food, including specially selected and aged Scotch steaks, is more than enough of an attraction. Night owls may relish the fact that the kitchen serves until the small hours seven nights a week.
Watch chefs in glass-fronted kitchen
If you tire of following the action on the gaming tables, the glass fronted kitchen at Fahrenheit Bar & Grill allows diners to watch the chefs at work. Scotch steaks take pride of place on the menu but there are lots of other great choices.
From mussels steamed in sake, soy and ginger to loin of Scotch venison via farm assured chicken stuffed with haggis, the menu takes its culinary cue from around the world. Trying out desserts like the lime and ginger scented cheesecake with a blueberry and gin compote is no gamble at Fahrenheit Bar & Grill.
Fountainpark restaurant transport links
Fahrenheit Bar & Grill is part of the Fountainpark complex which includes a gym, Cineworld, Tenpin bowling alley and Gambado kids soft play area. Numerous bus routes serve Fountainpark and the centre has extensive pay parking which is redeemable against your visit to Fahrenheit Bar & Grill.
Fahrenheit Bar & Grill Reviews