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Wonderful food at a great cosy table. The Cullen skink was simply delicious and all four of us had clean plates after all 3 courses. Service was excellent too.
We came here for my Mum's 80th birthday, and the restaurant could not have been more welcoming or made more of a fuss of her. From a warm welcome to the birthday girl at the door (I had pre-warned them when I booked), to a complimentary glass of prosecco and a beautiful happy birthday message on her dessert, they made her feel so special from start to finish. The decor and food were lovely; this really was a very nice restaurant. Highly recommended.
Beautiful restaurant. Small and intimate, class servers, Nice choice of food and wine and a very pleasant ambience. Would definitely recommend and I look forward to dining there again
Great atmosphere, really busy but No rush for table, staff excellent, really knowledgeable and friendly, very approachable. Menu good prices reasonably good too. Would recommend this restaurant to my friends
The Cellar Door is without a doubt one of my favourite restaurants in Edinburgh. The atmosphere and staff are both very welcoming, and the staff extremely knowledgeable about the food on offer. I had Cauliflower Three Ways, followed by butternut squash and red pepper risotto with blue cheese pearls, followed by Highland Sticky Toffee pudding, all of which were delicious! Would highly recommend this restaurant and will definitely be returning, hopefully sooner rather than later!
Cellar Door was pretty warm and busy when we arrived. Had to wait 5 mins for our table even though we arrived a little after our booking time but this wasn't a biggie. Our waitress was chatty and helpful bringing some ice and opening a door to help cool me down - place was pretty warm despite the high ceilings. First starter of creamed goat cheese with beetroot was good and well presented but could have done with more than one very small toast to go with it, the walnuts were crushed so finely that I've only just realised what the decorative crunchy dust was! The other starter, broccoli and cheddar soup (soup of the day) was very tasty. Mains were mushroom risotto which was plentiful but could have done with more parmesan to add flavour and salmon fillet, both were well cooked. We chose raspberry cranachan cheesecake and sticky toffee for dessert. The cheesecake had chocolate mixed into the base, a surprise, but nice, no whisky tho like most cranachans I've had whilst the sticky toffee pudding sauce was yummy, the pudding part tasted of ginger which was odd. Service was good but very quick, felt like we were in California and there was another sitting of hidden diners waiting for our table!
We had a fabulous meal at The Cellar Door! It is a bit hidden but finding it was well worth it. The food was fresh, the menu had great variety and it was a great value. We also had a fantastic picpoul wine which is a new addition to the menu. Highly recommend a meal here if you are in Edinburgh!
Really good meal, nice to see good vegetarian dishes on the menu and we liked the Scotttish-themed dishes. The puddings were especially wonderful, and we had excellent service. There is a great atmosphere there too. If we had one suggestion it would be to lower the music volume a bit once the place filled up. Would certainly recommend The Cellar Door.
With so much choice in Edinburgh The Cellar Door is a gem. We weren’t sure what to expect when we arrived but once down the stairs in the Cellar we were welcomed with warms and smiles. The menu at first looked limited but full of amazing local choice which did not disappoint. Great place and definitely recommend.
Superb food. We came here two years ago when we visited Edinburgh as a work friend recommend and we wasn't disappointed. We had to visit The Cellar Door again. Staff was amazing, took the time to talk to you and made you feel welcome. Definitely worth a visit!