Restaurant Mark Greenaway

59 reviews

69 North Castle Street, EH2 3LJ

New Town, Edinburgh

Cuisine: British

About Restaurant Mark Greenaway

  • Food: 5

    Ambience: 5

    Service: 5

    Value: 5

    Lovely lunch

    Second visit here. Delicious meal, pleasant staff and relaxed atmosphere.
    - dined in restaurant 27/07/2016
  • Food: 5

    Ambience: 4

    Service: 5

    Value: 5

    Excellent food and service

    It is so nice to find somewhere in Edinburgh that serves top quality food at a reasonable price with impeccable service which has been a rarity in Edinburgh lately. No massive tables drowning out a meal for 2 here. We had a 3 course meal from the market menu with the wine flight to match our meal, absolutely lovely.
    - dined in restaurant 13/02/2016

Modern Scottish in Edinburgh city centre

The award-winning Mark Greenaway may have come to the general public’s attention thanks to his appearances on The Great British Menu. However, his innovative cooking was drawing plaudits long before the cameras picked up on the Scottish chef. His flagship restaurant is a harmonious combination of modern style in a Georgian-era building. Formerly a bank, there is even a walk-in safe doubling as a well stocked wine cellar in the basement.

Innovative, visually arresting dishes

As well as an eight course tasting menu and a lunch/pre-theatre market menu, Restaurant Mark Greenaway offers a full a la carte. What they all have in common is the extensive use of the finest Scottish produce cooked with a playful imagination. Typical dishes might be the Loch Fyne crab ‘cannelloni’ served with smoked cauliflower custard and lemon pearls.

Unexpected flavour matches are a theme -for example – in dishes like the honey roast duck which, among other components, is accompanied by a ‘sausage roll’ and watermelon. Greenaway’s expertise as a pastry chef and his love of surprise come together in desserts such as the knot chocolate tart.

Edinburgh city centre attractions

Restaurant Mark Greenaway is based on North Castle Street in between Queen Street and George Street. Waverley train station is a fifteen minute walk while the tramline is five minutes away on Princes Street. Edinburgh Castle, the Royal Mile and National Portrait Gallery are all within easy walking distance of Restaurant Mark Greenaway.

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How to cook rack of mutton & Whisky Beer Glaze with Mark Greenaway

Scottish chef Mark Greenaway shows us how to cook rack of mutton with a whisky beer glaze and a nettle herb crust.

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Reviews for Restaurant Mark Greenaway

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