It is been a while since we attended Blonde, mainly because we are rarely in the area, but managed to visit with friends on Saturday for lunch. Once again the food and service was excellent and great value. We look forward to returning sooner rather than later as it has never failed to deliver on quality
Incredible value for money
The welcome, service and enjoyment of lunch at Blonde is second to none. Their attention to detail and consideration for customers with disabilities is second to none. Two fantastic courses for £9.95, booking with 5pm.co.uk.
Stylish European restaurant in south side
Blonde is a relaxed and informal restaurant situated on St. Leonard’s Street in the south side of Edinburgh’s city centre. Using fresh quality produce, the restaurant serves Scottish and European cuisine which caters to a variety of tastes. Accessible to wheelchair users, Blonde is also child-friendly and can provide highchairs for diners with children.
Scottish & European dishes with a contemporary twist
The restaurant firmly believes in providing a high standard of food and service at reasonable prices. The menus often feature innovative pairings of ingredients, like the warm salad of Stornoway black pudding with raspberry & walnut and a red onion marmalade; a filo parcel filled with sweet potato & veggie haggis served with roasted potato, turnip & celeriac and a vegetable gravy; or the lamb, paprika & tomato meatballs with a creamy red pesto fettuccine and grated Parmesan.
Even some traditional items don’t escape Blonde’s culinary experimentation, as evidenced in the venison casserole which is cooked slowly with red wine, root vegetables and chocolate (yes, you read that right) and served with buttered mash and parsnips crisps.
Transport links in Edinburgh’s south side
Blonde is on St. Leonard’s Street in the south side of Edinburgh, and is a brisk 15 minute walk from Waverley train station. Pay and display on street car parking is also available nearby, along with several bus stops.