About Elliot's Restaurant - Apex
Good choice for the price paid.
Went early and was able to be taken. Service was spot on and made very welcome by the waitress. We choose the soup and fish each and a different dessert all presented well. The fish was excellent nice crispy batter and pure white, also wine was good too. We have been before and they never disappoint.
Probably one of the best afternoon teas I’ve been too. The food was top quality and lots of selections of cakes. Can’t fault them at all, will definitely be back.
Stylish city centre restaurant
Elliot’s Bar & Restaurant is part of Apex Waterloo Place Hotel in Edinburgh city centre. Its bright, modern design blends seamlessly with period features such as the corniced ceilings and Georgian windows and fireplace. Extremely well located on Waterloo Place, Elliot’s Bar and Restaurant lends itself to business lunches, pre-theatre dinners; a mid-afternoon shopping stop, after work drinks or a romantic dinner.
Scottish and international dishes
Elliot’s utilises locally sourced and season-specific ingredients to craft healthy breakfasts, light lunches, hearty pre-theatre meals and a stellar a la carte dinner menu. The kitchen takes a playful approach to Scottish cooking with dishes like the red lentil haggis spring roll. Other dishes put a twist on European classics.
The menus change regularly but typical examples might be the peppered beef fillet tail with pickled white cabbage, Swiss cheese croquette, rye bread wafer and a wheat beer sauce or the orange spiced pulled duck leg with duck liver, brioche and quince jelly. Among the desserts, the deconstructed chocolate hazelnut cheesecake with cherry brandy sauce has many admirers.
city centre attractions and transport
Elliot’s Bar & Restaurant is on Waterloo Place at the east end of Edinburgh’s Princes Street. Waverley rail station is a five minute walk and the tram line is ten minutes away. There is limited on-street parking and some pay parking at Calton Hill. Nearby attractions include Edinburgh Playhouse and the shops of Mulberry Walk and the St James Centre.