About North Bridge Brasserie
Great food and drinks.
Wow, what an amazing experience!
The food tasted amazing, we had a range of dishes between the 3 of us and they were all wonderful. It was beautifully presented and each ingredient of the plate was thoughtfully served.
The portions looked small on the plates but none of us left hungry, but we weren't stuffed either. They did serve us complimentary bread too.
The cocktails we had were delicious although they did take a while to arrive considering the restaurant wasn't overly busy.
Overall a great night and restaurant was decorated beautifully for Christmas.
Popped in for their Christmas menu. Fantastic value for money given high quality of produce. Thoroughly enjoyed
Stunning dining room in central Edinburgh
Once the grand entrance lobby of The Scotsman newspaper, the North Bridge Brasserie is the elegant Scottish restaurant of the five star Scotsman Hotel. With its ornate wood panelling and marble features, it is an impressive space. Large windows onto the street flood the room with light and allow diners to watch the street life on the ever lively Bridges. Great spot for a business lunch, afternoon tea or romantic date.
Seasonal Scottish cuisine
Seasonal Scottish cuisine with a contemporary twist is what the highly skilled kitchen brigade at the North Bridge Brasserie aim for. Ingredients are sourced locally and there is a firm emphasis on fresh, high quality produce.
The menus change to reflect seasonal availability but typical starters might be the Highland beef tartare or the hand-dived Orkney scallop with chorizo, Baby Gem and sweetcorn. Popular main courses include Perthshire lamb rump; Loch Duart salmon and plaice served with langoustines from the Isle of Skye.
If choosing is too difficult, consider the tasting menu which features the cream of the a la carte options over eight courses.
North Bridge transport links and attractions
As the name indicates, the North Bridge Brasserie is on North Bridge in Edinburgh city centre. Waverley train station is a two minute walk and there is car parking at the station. Numerous bus routes run past the hotel. From the Castle to the Festival Theatre and National Art Galleries, several of Edinburgh’s most significant attractions are just a short walk away.