It’s the ultimate brasserie classic. Steak frites separates the truly exceptional brasserie from the also-rans. The venue for today’s Big Deal is firmly in the former camp, and you don’t even need to head to Paris.
Galvin’s Brasserie De Luxe, located in the Waldorf Astoria Edinburgh – The Caledonian on Princes Street in Edinburgh’s West End arrondissement, treats steak frites with all the respect it deserves. Enjoy the finest Scottish beef, accompanied by a glass of wine in elegant and relaxed surroundings.
Available seven days a week, for lunch or dinner, today’s Big Deal from Galvin’s Brasserie De Luxe offers impeccably-sourced Scottish rump steak and frites for two, with a 125ml glass of house wine each, paired for you by the restaurant sommelier.
The Galvin Brasserie De Luxe was launched in 2012 by Michelin-starred brothers Chris and Jeff Galvin. It’s a slice of sophisticated Gallic style in Edinburgh, with chic blue-and-white tiled décor and a menu that pays homage to all the French classics.
The critics haven’t stopped throwing appreciative bouquets and adjectives, while the awards have piled up, including Scottish Hotel Awards’ Restaurant of the Year 2014, Urban Restaurant of the Year 2013 and an AA Bib Gourmand.
It’s not just the press who have been enthusing about Galvin Brasserie De Luxe. TripAdvisor contributors have been lavish with their praise, with recent reviews including the following:
‘What a place, lovely atmosphere and food is superb, staff very knowledgeable about the food and wine….worth a visit.’
‘We both had steak frites for main and the steaks were perfectly cooked, fresh salad and crispy fries.’
‘I would gladly recommend and happily return as many times as they would have me! It’s in no way stuffy or pretentious, the staff remember you and no one bats an eyelid if you’re using an online voucher.’
The perfect and classy venue for a birthday treat, an anniversary meal or a romantic dinner, Galvin’s Brasserie De Luxe at the Waldorf Astoria Edinburgh – The Caledonian prepares perfect Scottish produce with French flair.
For the steak-lover, today’s Big Deal is the ideal opportunity to sample high-end brasserie dining.