I always veer towards goats cheese dishes for starter when they are on menus and this one didn’t disappoint. For main course, my dining partner chose Crombie’s of Edinburgh sausages, roast butternut squash mash with jus, £10.95 and left him with no complaints. Crombie’s sausages feature on a lot of menus in restaurants across town due to their exceptional quality.
I chose the dish of the day which was spicy cod which was seasoned wonderfully, extremely flaky and a near-perfect dish. The portion size was ample, but I could have easily eaten another one due to the quality.
Dessert followed a brief break and I chose the cheesecake with fruit compote, £4.50 and am pleased to report that the style is how I think cheesecake should be baked, extremely creamy and fluffy with a thin biscuit base – American style.
We were a good couple of hours in the restaurant and we weren’t rushed out despite having paid the bill. I am returning shortly to this branch for their weekend brunch but whole heartedly recommend it for a meal, anytime of the day.
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