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The luxurious and boutique Scotsman Hotel was once home to the now-ailing national newspaper, so this imposing wood-panelled dining spot just above Waverley train station is something of a landmark
for Edinburghers. The wonderful location has always stood it in good stead, although the food has come on in leaps and bounds. These days, Scottish ingredients are given an international spin –
think hand-dived Orkney scallops with truffled celeriac purée and Waldorf salad, Clava brie tart, Loch Etive trout with Shetland crab cake, samphire and avocado or rump of Borders lamb with stovies
and artichoke barigoule, not forgetting the ‘fish of the day’ cooked in St Mungo’s beer batter. There’s also a lighter all-day lounge menu. With its high ceilings, marble pillars, huge central bar
and floor-to-ceiling windows, the room can feel a tad stark, although it’s usually bustling with punters.
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