Located inside the No.12 Quality Street Hotel, Signals Bistro is equally as popular with East Lothian locals as it is with hotel guests, offering seasonal Scottish cuisine in a tranquil setting. Champions of local produce with a focus on market-fresh seafood, the menu features traditional British dishes as well as some international influences. Start your day off Scottish style with the traditional Scottish breakfast (bacon, sausage, haggis, black pudding, potato scone and tomato served with your choice of fried, scrambled or poached egg), try a bowl of some traditional cullen skink for lunch or feast on some Belhaven Best steak pie, North Sea haddock and chips or the haggis tower. The perfect way to start or end a day exploring the charming seaside town of North Berwick, you’ll find Signals Bistro on Quality Street in the town centre – book ahead to guarantee a table!
Great food and excellent service. Nice wood burning stove too. Would definitely return and try something else on the menu. The coffee is lovely and a good selection of drinks.
Once again Signals did not disappoint. Service was excellent. Staff friendly and always on hand to help. Food was fantastic especially the mussels. Definitely recommend a visit.
Excellent from booking, changing booking to dining. Perfect festive break and ended up eating 3 nights in a row. Food of highest quality . Excellent service.
The food was fantastic, the staff were great. It's the 2nd time my partner and I have been and next time we are in North Berwick will definitely be going again.
Food was delicious very tasty our guests who stay in the area thought the food wonderful and they will be returning for more. The bistro was very comfortable some people say the service was slow considering the fact that each course is freshly cooked we found the service very good and efficient. Both the waiters were very good and knowledgable and couldn't do enough for us we will certainly return . A very enjoyable experience and a fantastic night was enjoyed.
Signals Bistro offers a delightful dining experience. The food, much of which is of local provenance, is delicious. The menu is suitably varied with an emphasis on fish, though other options are well represented.
I had a lovely meal at Signals Bistro - my husband felt his breaded fish was a bit overdone. Quite a few choices on the menu but not too many that you can't choose. Friendly, helpful staff.
lovely meal - service briliant only downside the size of their tomato ketchup - I love my sauce and there just was not enough of it - oh and a wee pepper sauce as an extra side dish would have been great with my steak :) all in all a nice meal though will be back
Food good as always! Would recommend you visit signals if in area! Service started of great but felt after main plates were cleared no-one came near to ask if we wanted anything else! Which we have never experienced before in this bistro! So we asked for bill and left to get coffee elsewhere!☹
The food was lovely but our overall experience of Signals Bistro was spoiled by rather chaotic service while most of the waiting and bar staff seemed detached and disinterested in their customers.