La Petite Mort in Edinburgh is a restaurant proudly serving Scottish cuisine, sourcing as many local ingredients and beverages as possible. La Petite Mort use coffee beans roasted in Stockbridge, boast a gin list which is 80 percent Scottish gin and source their fish, meat and cheese from Edinburgh-based suppliers. Located on Valleyfield Street in Bruntsfield, next door to King’s Theatre, La Petite Mort’s sophisticated atmosphere makes it the perfect spot to start out a romantic evening of dinner and the opera. Or you can make an evening of it and enjoy some of the magnificent signature cocktails. The use of sustainable seasonal ingredients means the menu changes regularly, ensuring only the highest possible quality is on display at all times. A must for lovers of contemporary British cuisine, La Petite Mort is perfectly located and can often get incredibly busy, especially on weekends. So in order to avoid missing out, it’s recommended to reserve a table in advance.
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My friend chose the Cullen skink risotto; smoked haddock and leek poached in cream through Arborio rice. And I chose the Broccoli, pine nut and spinach wellington, parsnip, lemon and thyme puree, broccoli florets, Trompette de mort mushrooms and parsnip crisps. Perfect portions of tasty satisfying food. Definitely recommend threstaurant
We had a pre- theatre menu - excellent in every way!
Great service - wonderful food. Will visit again soon hopefully.
With all the emphasis on the food at La Petite Mort, it can be easy to miss the drinks, which would be a crime. Specialising in porthole cocktails, a method of infusing alcohol with fresh ingredients in a device called a porthole infuser, allows La Petite Mort to deliver cocktails that are unique, fresh and delicious. It has also won them many favourable write-ups in both local and international magazines. Located on Valleyfield Street in Bruntsfield, La Petite Mort also boasts charming decor highlighting the heritage of old Edinburgh with a beautiful wooden bar, hardwood floors and an open wall exposing the classic sandstone brickwork.
Head chef Neil Connor’s ever-evolving menus are designed to bring the best out of Scottish cuisine using the freshest seasonal ingredients. Dining options range from a two or three course set lunch menu during the day and a la carte or pre-theatre set menu with complimentary prosecco in the evening. This intimate space is one of Edinburgh real hidden gems and not a place to overlook. Loved by the locals in the know and deserving of all its praise, La Petite Mort in Bruntsfield is quite simply a must try. So whether you’re celebrating with a special someone, on your way to the theatre or simply looking for a truly spectacular meal, you won’t regret choosing to spend your night at La Petite Mort. Space is limited so bookings are essential to avoid disappointment.