Grand Cru Edinburgh is certainly a hard one to pigeonhole. Part restaurant influenced by Italian and British cuisines, part cocktail lounge and bar, this stylish, atmospheric venue on Hanover Street on the New Town side of the city centre has peerless pedigree. One of a few restaurants in the same family – Bar Napoli and Quattro Zero are its siblings – Grand Cru oozes charm by night, and cheerful hospitality by day, starting with breakfast and rolling right through to lunch, dinner, DJs and drinks. Close to Princes and George Streets and the Royal Mile, Grand Cru is perfectly positioned as a restaurant to refuel after a day sightseeing or hitting the shops, and the perfect kickstarter bar before a night on the town. No matter the way you envisage your visit to this top Edinburgh venue, be sure to book ahead.
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Nice staff, food was good. Good atmosphere as well. Will def return.
We all had a great time and a good chat. The sound level was OK during the day. Service was great and the food was good and good value.
Enjoyed the food and good value for your money would recommend to friends
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One of the most popular restaurants in Edinburgh, Grand Cru is located in the New Town and is the ideal venue for a casual breakfast, lunch or dinner, drinks with the gang or a long evening out on the town. Located a stone’s throw from the Royal Mile in the city centre, you’ll find an extensive array of British and Italian dishes alongside a particularly enticing drinks list that washes the food down just nicely. We love starting at Grand Cru with the Scottish mussels cooked in tarragon sauce and the refreshing salmon carpaccio… both dishes are a seriously delicious time.
For the main event, whether you’re after a British classic or an Italian pasta, Grand Cru has got you sorted. We love the Scottish salmon served with a creamy chive sauce and seasonal vegetables; beetroot and blue cheese risotto and the classic Scottish beef burger with all the trimmings. As for drinks, you’ll find a whole host of expertly made cocktails alongside wine and beer, meaning your tipple of choice is only a reservation away. Located along Hanover Street in the Edinburgh city centre, you’ll be wanting to head to Grand Cru as soon as possible.