Fahrenheit Restaurant & Bar

32 reviews

Genting Club Fountainpark, EH11 1AF

Tollcross, Edinburgh

Cuisine: Bistros & Brasseries

About Fahrenheit Restaurant & Bar

  • Food: 5

    Ambience: 4

    Service: 5

    Value: 4

    Sunday dinner

    Food is consistently good here, really enjoyed the king prawn starter and the lamb chops were so tasty. Our booking was at 7pm on a Sunday and the restaurant was very quiet which is a shame as the food is lovely.My only criticism is that you always get some leaves/micro salad even with hot dishes which have a veg a sauce so I don't think it's needed
    - dined in restaurant 04/06/2017
  • Food: 5

    Ambience: 4

    Service: 4

    Value: 5

    Lovely Sunday dinner

    Another fab visit, the food was as good as ever and the service very friendly (it would've scored 5 if we hadn't had to wait so long to get our bill). The January offer of 50% off A La Carte is such good value I will definitely go back soon.
    - dined in restaurant 08/01/2017

Modern Scottish restaurant in Fountainpark

Fahrenheit Restaurant & Bar is part of the Genting Club casino at Fountainpark in Edinburgh. Diners do not need to hit the gaming tables to enjoy an evening here. The food, including specially selected and aged Scotch steaks, is more than enough of an attraction. Night owls may relish the fact that the kitchen serves until the small hours seven nights a week.

Watch chefs in glass-fronted kitchen

If you tire of following the action on the gaming tables, the glass fronted kitchen at Fahrenheit Restaurant & Bar allows diners to watch the chefs at work. Scotch steaks take pride of place on the menu but there are lots of other great choices.

From mussels steamed in sake, soy and ginger to loin of Scotch venison via farm assured chicken stuffed with haggis, the menu takes its culinary cue from around the world. Trying out desserts like the lime and ginger scented cheesecake with a blueberry and gin compote is no gamble at h3. Modern Scottish restaurant in Fountainpark

Fahrenheit Restaurant & Bar is part of the Genting Club casino at Fountainpark in Edinburgh. Diners do not need to hit the gaming tables to enjoy an evening here. The food, including specially selected and aged Scotch steaks, is more than enough of an attraction. Night owls may relish the fact that the kitchen serves until the small hours seven nights a week.

Watch chefs in glass-fronted kitchen

If you tire of following the action on the gaming tables, the glass fronted kitchen at Fahrenheit Restaurant & Bar allows diners to watch the chefs at work. Scotch steaks take pride of place on the menu but there are lots of other great choices.

From mussels steamed in sake, soy and ginger to loin of Scotch venison via farm assured chicken stuffed with haggis, the menu takes its culinary cue from around the world. Trying out desserts like the lime and ginger scented cheesecake with a blueberry and gin compote is no gamble at Fahrenheit Bar & Grill.

Fountainpark restaurant transport links

Fahrenheit Restaurant & Barl is part of the Fountainpark complex which includes a gym, Cineworld, Tenpin bowling alley and Gambado kids soft play area. Numerous bus routes serve Fountainpark and the centre has extensive pay parking which is redeemable against your visit to Fahrenheit Restaurant & Bar.

Fountainpark restaurant transport links

Fahrenheit Restaurant & Barl is part of the Fountainpark complex which includes a gym, Cineworld, Tenpin bowling alley and Gambado kids soft play area. Numerous bus routes serve Fountainpark and the centre has extensive pay parking which is redeemable against your visit to Fahrenheit Restaurant & Bar.

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