About Grand Cru
This was an extremely busy place, full of atmosphere but nothing was too much for the staff. They were extremely friendly, spent the time to engage with my child too. And the service was fantastic very quick.
This is a wonderful lunch, would definitely recommend salmon with rice. The fish and chips also of a high quality. The staff are extremely friendly and helpful. As restaurant was very busy our main course was rather slow in arriving, the staff apologised for this and then manager also apologised and presented us with complimentary bottle of prosecco. We will definitely return to this restaurant and certainly recommend it to friends.
Cocktail bar & Mediterranean kitchen Edinburgh city centre
Grand Cru is a stylish and buzzing cocktail bar and kitchen on Hanover Street, Edinburgh. Just off the George Street party circuit, it is a popular spot for lunching workers and shoppers as well as the evening post-work or pre-club crowd. Brunches, coffees and cakes fill in any snacking opportunities in between the main meals of the day. A small patio adds to Grand Cru’s appeal during the warmer months.
Continental classics & modern bar food
At Grand Cru on Edinburgh’s Hanover Street, the menus combine Mediterranean influences with contemporary bar food favourites. Starters range from fresh avocado, mozzarella and tomato salad to classic chicken liver pâté, creamy mushroom crostini to duck spring rolls. Mains retain an Italian accent in chorizo and chicken penne, calamari fritti and risotto verde, but also offer their take on fajitas.
The char-grilled sirloin steak is the star of a grill menu that includes a varied selection of handmade burgers, a vegetarian version, and Halloumi with roasted peppers, courgette, and aubergine. Crème brulee and the cheesecake of the day lead the dessert creations.
Transport links near city centre
Grand Cru on Hanover Street is perfectly located for exploring the shopping at Harvey Nicks, Multrees Walk and George Street. Waverley station is a five minute
walk as is Princes Street and the tram line. Taxis are plentiful in Edinburgh city centre. Parking less so.