About Scott's on Princes Street
It was lovely the staff couldn't do enough to help...view looked better once it went darker as you didn't notice scaffolding then.
Attended on 1st December with my friends. We had a fantastic time. We would definitely be recommending this to others and we will be back. The staff were really nice and the food was lovely.
City centre brasserie with incredible views
Spectacular panoramas of Edinburgh Castle and the Old Town are a major draw at Scott’s on Princes Street. The dining room and lounge have smart, contemporary decor but most diners will find their eyes glued to the views. With menus that range from breakfast to afternoon tea to dinner, Scott’s on Princes Street is ideal for every occasion, from quick shopping lunches to leisurely family celebrations.
British classics and gourmet specialities
Scott’s on Princes Street serves up a range of hearty cuisine, from chef’s signature dishes to all-round British favourites.
Sample main courses include grilled salmon in white wine; skirlie crusted corn-fed chicken breast, and asparagus, pea, lemon & thyme risotto. The blade of beef Scotch pie is a chef speciality, or you could sample a dry-aged sirloin steak.
Desserts might include rich delights such as bitter chocolate pudding with brandy cherries, espresso sauce and white chocolate; pink gin & tonic poached pear with raspberries, or a classic Scottish cranachan.
Edinburgh city centre transport and attractions
Scott’s on Princes Street is just a five-minute stroll from Waverley train station. The tram line and dozens of major bus routes run along Princes Street. There is limited pay parking on George Street. From Edinburgh Castle to the luxury boutique shops of Multrees Walk, many of the capital’s major attractions are within easy walking distance.