It is summertime and the Terrace Restaurant has just launched its sizzling new seasonal menu.
Today’s Big Deal is the perfect introduction to the charms of both the elegant restaurant and its delicious new menu.
Part of the Crowne Plaza Edinburgh – Royal Terrace, The Terrace Restaurant is on Royal Terrace – one of Edinburgh’s finest Georgian streets.
The restaurant is located on the ground floor and opens out onto the hotel’s beautiful, private, terraced gardens.
Many guests enjoy pre-dinner drinks in the garden and, if the weather is kind, some even dine in the gardens. Inside the restaurant, the decor is smart and contemporary.
Available from 5pm to 9pm, seven days per week, the offer is for two people to each have a main course from the new menu along with a glass of house wine.
It is a very appealing menu with dishes such as pan-fried supreme of chicken with herb mash, tender stem broccoli, carrot and vanilla puree and pan jus; double cooked blade of beef with fondant potato, grilled asparagus, carrot textures and demi glace, and the green pea and butternut squash risotto with shaved Grana Padano.
The Terrace Restaurant has attracted good reviews on TripAdvisor:
‘A nice restaurant with good food and attentive service… The smoked duck appetiser was delicious. The rib-eye steak was tasty although a little tough to chew… The chicken fillet was tasty, moist and tender. The toffee pudding was refreshing and sweet. Service was good with our server giving us good recommendations and topping up our glasses often. A nice restaurant with good food overlooking a beautiful garden.’
‘Five star food. Stayed at the Crowne Plaza and decided to try the Terrace Restaurant… The pheasant starter was cooked perfectly and the salmon main meal was delightful… Will be back on next visit to Edinburgh.’
Taste of summer
If you have yet to eat at the Terrace Restaurant, today’s Big Deal is a great introduction.
It would also be handy for a pre-theatre meal if you are going to a show at The Playhouse. The Terrace Restaurant is just around the corner from the theatre.