About The Townhouse Restaurant - Edinburgh Grosvenor
Scottish and modern European in West End
The Town House Restaurant in the Grosvenor Hotel is on Grosvenor Street – handy for Edinburgh’s business district as well as many visitor attractions. With an airy, clean and modern layout, it is an elegant yet informal restaurant serving Scottish and modern European dishes.
Local produce, international inspiration
At The Townhouse Restaurant, the kitchen takes great pride in using fresh, local produce. The exact dishes on the menu will vary according to season but typical starters might be the chicken liver parfait with quince sauce and brioche or the beef tomato and buffalo mozzarella with balsamic and basil oil.
Popular main courses include braised feather-blade of beef with pearl onions and a claret thyme jus or the baked salmon fillet with Red Aura potatoes, sauté green beans and dill cream sauce. There is also a grill section of rump, sirloin and rib-eye steaks and burgers.
Vegetarians are well catered for with choices such as the walnut and Gorgonzola-filled potato gnocchi and oyster mushroom cream. A typical vegan option might be the ravioli of butternut squash with fresh sage and tomato passata. A separate salad section details classic Caesar salads and options such as the poached salmon and crayfish with spinach, summer new potatoes, lemon and dill crème fraîche.
Local transport and attractions
The Town House Restaurant in the Grosvenor Hotel is tucked away on Grosvenor Street. The restaurant is a five minute stroll from Haymarket station and the tramline. Edinburgh International Conference Centre is a short ten minute walk while Murrayfield Stadium is twenty minutes away.