Since opening his own restaurant in Edinburgh city centre at the start of 2011, chef Mark Greenaway has made quite a splash.
He has been awarded 3 AA Rosettes; gained an entry in the Michelin Guide and appeared on the Great British Menu.
The Sunday Herald’s Joanna Blythman reckoned that ‘Mark Greenaway’s food is a knock-out, and the place manages to be simultaneously easy to be in, yet plush and a little bit sexy.’
Most importantly, he has wowed the people that matter the most: the paying public.
If you want to see what everyone is shouting about then spoil yourself and snap up today’s Big Deal on a superb overnight, dinner, bed and breakfast stay with Restaurant Mark Greenaway and Rooms.
Set in a five storey, Georgian townhouse, the plush Restaurant Mark Greenaway and Rooms is perfect for a sumptuous city break or a romantic night away.
This decadent Big Deal is for two people to enjoy an overnight stay (Tue-Fri) in one of the Suites at Restaurant Mark Greenaway and Rooms on Picardy Place.
As well as a spectacular eight course tasting menu for two in the restaurant, the offer includes a half bottle of champagne and a box of luxury chocolates in your room on arrival.
The next morning, you can relax and order a Continental style breakfast in bed to be delivered to your room at a time of your choosing.
Featuring exquisite bed linen, soaking tubs, rainforest showers, 3D HD-LED screens with satellite TV and Wi-Fi, you won’t want to leave your room.
3 AA Rosettes
Inventive and often visually stunning, chef Greenaway’s cooking is based on using the best seasonal, Scottish produce.
The menus at Restaurant Mark Greenaway change according to what is in season. However, typical starters on your eight course tasting menu might be the Loch Fyne crab “cannelloni” featuring smoked cauliflower custard, lemon pearls, herb butter and baby coriander.
A popular main course is the tasting of Borders lamb with asparagus, spinach purée, wilted greens, rosemary mash and a rosemary jus.
Desserts are often a highlight at Restaurant Mark Greenaway. Think along the lines of his Flavours of Banoffee: banana and caramel bon bon, pecan toffee mousse, parsley, banana pastry and vanilla sponge.
Two minutes from The Playhouse and the Omni Centre and a five minute walk from Princes Street, Restaurant Mark Greenaway and Rooms is in an ideal location for visiting many of Edinburgh’s attractions.
Alternatively, with an offer this luxurious, there is a strong case for never leaving the swish premises.
If you have an anniversary or birthday coming up, or simply want to give your partner a romantic treat, then this offer would make someone very happy.