If you think that personalised number plates are swanky then you should look into personalised postcodes. Radio One has the postcode W1N 4DJ while Egg Banking has the equally posey DE99 3GG.
The Queen is so posh (obviously) that she doesn’t need to bother with a naff code like ERII 4EVA. Instead, Buckingham Palace has its own postcode: SW1A 1AA.
At eh15 in Edinburgh’s Jewel & Esk College, they have cracked the code for delivering delicious meals in a stunning setting.
Enjoying a rooftop location with views of Arthur’s Seat and the Forth, eh15 is a bright, modern restaurant and bar. Closely supervised by the experienced college tutors, it is where the culinary stars of the future learn their skills.
If you want to do a bit of talent-spotting for the next Ramsay, Wishart or Kitchin then eh15 is one of the better places to start.
As well as training kitchen staff, eh15 also polishes front of house people. They may not grab the limelight in the way that chefs do but properly trained waiting staff can help make your meal a joy and at eh15 they are trained how to do it professionally.
The menu changes regularly but typical dishes might include chicken fillets with couscous and yoghurt herb dressing; baked cod steak wrapped in smoked bacon and tomato butter sauce or goat’s cheese and red pepper tart with a lemon garlic dressing.
This is what a happy 5pm customer had to say of their experience at eh15:
‘We enjoyed our meal in this excellent restaurant, where the professional staff are working quietly behind the students running the place on the night. The food was tasty and well presented.’
If you want to see what tomorrow’s kitchen royalty is cooking up today then this Big Deal is:
£24 for two people for a three course dinner plus a bottle of wine at eh15 at Jewel & Esk College; a 50% saving on the standard £48