No11 celebrates Edinburgh Festivals with inspired menu
11 Brasserie at Edinburgh boutique hotel No11 Brunswick Street, has unveiled an Edinburgh Festivals inspired menu aimed at those who want to escape the busy streets of the Capital and enjoy relaxed dining.
Available for just £12 for two courses or £17 for three, the menu features sublime dishes such as Char-grilled rump steak (6oz) with chunky hand cut chips, red cabbage and chilli coleslaw; Haggis Filo Parcel with Spiced Turnip and Whisky Sauce and traditional Scottish Cranachan.
Served at the beautifully restored Georgian townhouse, once home to The Black Watch Club, diners are welcomed to tuck in to the Scottish inspired dishes made using locally sourced ingredients in a relaxed environment.
An advocate for fresh, local and seasonal produce, Head Chef Willie Lonnie turns premium produce into a masterpiece on a plate attracting rave reviews from appreciative customers who return regularly to rediscover Scottish food cooked simply with passion and flair.
Explaining the inspiration behind the new menu, Owner Susan Grant said: “We know how hectic the city can be during August so want to offer Edinburgh residents, and visitors to the City, a quiet, relaxed spot to enjoy a bite to eat and get a taste of Scotland at its best.
“We are lucky enough to have a beautiful garden at the back of the property where guests are invited to enjoy a pre-dinner cocktail and soak up the sunshine.”
The Brasserie at No11 is just a 5-minute walk from The Edinburgh Playhouse, perfectly located for a pre-theatre meal or a relaxing meal with friends and family.