About No 35 at The Bonham
Great meal, great wine, lovely place, brill staff would highly recommend
Top quality food in a beautiful dining room
We are a foodie group who dine out every week and have been to this restaurant a number of times. The quality of the food never fails to be excellent and the service is attentive and non-intrusive. We will be back, but have one major gripe about the way the service charge was hidden in the itemised bill among the food and drink items, on this occasion. We always pay a service charge if deserved, but it is discretionary by law. It caused great confusion as initially we didn't notice it, and ended what was otherwise an excellent night on a sour note.
French restaurant in Edinburgh’s West End
No 35 at The Bonham is located in the boutique hotel of its namesake in the West End of Edinburgh in the New Town and offers French inspired cooking. The Bonham’s townhouse interior features striking and dramatic art by Tilo Stengel and offers a sophisticated yet contemporary dining experience but with a relaxed atmosphere and friendly staff.
Fresh & interesting menus
The menu at the Bonham offers a different interpretation on classic French inspired dishes using the best of Scottish produce. To keeps things fresh and interesting, menus change frequently at the Bonham.
Typical main courses would include braised beef cheeks with mash potatoes, curly kale and bourguignon garnish or heritage potato gnocchi with parmesan custard, romanesco cauliflower and hazelnuts.
Deserts at No 35 at The Bonham are delicious with delights such as orange steamed pudding with orange ice cream, caramelised pineapple with Pina Colada sorbet or lemon baked Alaska with lemon and thyme syrup.
The restaurant also offers an excellent, well edited wine list.
New Town location
Waverley and Haymarket train stations are a five to ten minute taxi journey away plus there is free parking at the hotel. The restaurant is close to the Royal Botanical Gardens and the Stockbridge area.