Purslane

5 reviews

33A St Stephen Street, EH3 5AH

Stockbridge, Edinburgh

Cuisine: British, Modern

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  • £14.95
    £14.95 for 2 courses on lunch menu

About Purslane

  • Food: 5

    Ambience: 5

    Service: 5

    Value: 5

    Great place for dinner

    We chose from the three course a la carte menu which also included an amuse bouche of butternut squash velouté. Food was superb with a lovely combination of flavours and waiting staff were attentive and helpful
    - dined in restaurant 01/12/2016
  • Food: 5

    Ambience: 5

    Service: 5

    Value: 4

    Fantastic Food and Service

    We were chilling out in New Town area and were on the lookout for somewhere nice to eat away from the chain restaraunts. Found Purslane on the internet and it was only a short walk from town to the trendy Stockbridge area so we decided to book table. Glad we did, the food was first class as was the service. It's a small restaraunt but the ambience is nice. You get what you pay for so it was slightly expensive but we'll worth it. Would not hesitate to go back again.
    - dined in restaurant 07/07/2016

Casual fine dining in Stockbridge

Run by head chef and owner Paul Gunning, Purslane delivers what the chef terms casual fine dining. A compact and stylish restaurant in fashionable Stockbridge, Purslane has garnered lots of praise for its modern, seasonal cooking. Chef Gunning has an impressive CV taking in several restaurants with multiple Michelin stars and he brings that high level expertise, minus the Michelin-style fuss, to Purslane.

Contemporary Scottish cooking

Locally sourced, seasonal ingredients drive the menus at Purslane. As well as the a la carte menu, there is a tasting menu which can be paired with matched wines for each course. Typical starters might be the pan-fried scallops with celeriac purée and samphire while a popular main course might be the roast rump of lamb with parmentier potatoes, a red wine jus and peas in a buttery stock. Desserts are a speciality at Purslane whether they be a relatively straightforward vanilla pannacotta with raspberry sorbet or a more complex white chocolate mousse with pineapple salsa and pineapple sorbet. The lunch menu is exceptionally good value.

Stockbridge transport links

Purslane is on St Stephen Street in Edinburgh’s Stockbridge. Princes Street is a fifteen minute walk while Waverley train station is a ten minute taxi journey. There is some, limited on-street parking outside Purslane. Several bus routes run to and from the city centre from nearby Kerr Street.

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