About Forth Floor Restaurant - Harvey Nichols
Scenic fine dining in the city centre
Upstairs on the fourth floor of Harvey Nichols department store is a hidden Edinburgh treasure — a smart, contemporary restaurant offering spectacular views of both the city and the Firth of Forth. Here, the kitchen brigade showcase the finest Scottish produce through inventive combinations, modern flavours and traditional techniques. Pristine white tablecloths and touches of designer flair create a stylish setting to enjoy it all in.
Modern and creative Scottish cuisine
Menus at Forth Floor Restaurant can change seasonally, but expect dishes that add a distinctly cheffy, European edge to classic Scottish ingredients.
Sample starters could include pan-roasted quail breast with caramelised chicory or venison tartare with rowan berry gel.
Mains might feature honey-glazed Gressingham duck breast with roasted pumpkin puree; seared Orkney scallops with crab cakes and sweetcorn cream, or carrot & chervil risotto.
Desserts could include a gourmet take on classic cranachan or a selection of local I.J Mellis cheeses with Arran oatcakes.
City centre transport links and attractions
Within easy walking distance of both the castle and Waverley station, Forth Floor Restaurant at Harvey Nichols is about as central as you can get. The store offers its own pay parking, meaning that you won’t have to stroll too far for your meal.