The Glasshouse off the Mile serve up success

by Holyrood PR

Monday, November 8th, 2010

A Generous Serving of Scottish PR for The Glasshouse off the Mile

The Glasshouse off the mile food and drink PR photography exterior shot

THE Glasshouse off the Mile has been recommended by a journalist who listed three restaurants to try in Scotland – Scottish PR

In The Scotsman magazine, editor Gaby Soutar named the restaurant – owned by Steven Adair – as a place to visit in the capital.

The piece, which also details the venue address, phone number and website, states that it’s Steven’s “new venture” and to “expect classics such as smoked haddock risotto with poached egg and parmesan”.

Executive head chef Steven Adair has run The Glasshouse Off The Mile since February which is located on St Giles Street and provides a mouth watering selection of traditional Scottish dishes made from the highest quality local produce, created by renowned chef Steven himself.

The full piece of coverage can be viewed on the Scotsman website.


Glasshouse Gets a Double Serving of Coverage

The Glasshouse off the Mile has been featured in Edinburgh’s daily newspaper.

Within a weekend edition of the Edinburgh Evening News, details of the St Giles Street venue’s latest offer was displayed.

In the “Hot Deals” section, it’s noted that customers can order a main meal or two starters or two desserts from the restaurant’s lunch or dinner menu for only £10.

The full article can be read in the Edinburgh Evening News.


Smoking Hot Scottish PR for The Glasshouse of the Mile

The Glasshouse off the Mile has appeared in Scotland’s leading trade catering and hospitality magazine.

SLTN – Scottish Licenced Trade Newsletter -is a fortnightly magazine covering the country’s best and most update news in the catering and hospitality sector.

Steven Adaid, executive head chef at the Edinburgh venue located in the heart of the capital’s Old Town, was pictured alongside an article detailing his unique smoking technique.

Introduced on his signature dish, the smoking technique combines natural flavours and ingredients to create a delicious and unforgettable taste.

The full article can be read in the September edition of SLTN.


Steven Adair’s recipe of the week continues to be a big hit with readers of The Edinburgh Reporter – serving up some excellent Scottish PR

For the third week running, The Glasshouse Off The Mile had featured a tasty recipe of the week in popular Edinburgh online newspaper The Edinburgh Reporter.

This week head chef Steven Adair shows home cookers how to serve up a perfect fish of the day, using any fish of their choice and serving with pak choi vegetables and sweet potatoes.

The recipe of the week will run every week with the aim to get the people of Scotland cooking and using Scottish produce to create tasty and healthy food which isn’t too compliacted to make.

The full recipe can be viewed on The Edinburgh Reporter’s website and was secured as part of a successful PR and social media campaign carried out by the Holyrood PR. 

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