In Edinburgh’s buzzing West End, Galvin Brasserie is the elegant, fine-dining alternative to enjoy a special Sunday Lunch.
It’s an art deco space, reminiscent of an old dining carriage with dashes of electric blue furniture for a modern feel. Cosy up on booth or request a table near the grand bar to watch the bartenders work their magic.
The mouth-watering Sunday Roast menu is presided over by wunderkind chefs Chris and Jeff Galvin, both of whom are Michelin-starred. For just £29.50, guests can enjoy three courses of inventive reworkings of classic British fare. Start with terrine of ham hock, pear and capers with toasted brioche before the main event: choose from a roast leg of Hogget, a Loch Etive Sea Trout or for veggies a spiced tabbouleh. Try the hot chocolate fondant with banana ice cream to finish.
The stunning sights nearby, ranging from Camera Obscura, the Scottish National Gallery and Edinburgh Castle, are sure to be an ideal post-Brunch visit, before departing from Haymarket Rail Station, which is just a ten minute walk away.
12pm - 2:30pm, 6pm - 9:30pm
- Gluten Free
- Sunday Lunch
- Private Dining
- Vegetarian Options
- Good Views
- Disabled Access
- Children Allowed