The Glasshouse off the Mile Receives Rave Reviews
Thursday, August 26th, 2010
on behalf of Glasshouse Off The Mile
“Chef Steven Adair’s menu was varied and imaginative.”
Sunday Herald, July 2010
“My trio of brulees – chocolate, banoffee and vanilla – were fantastic.”
Scotland on Sunday, July 2010
“My lamb was beautifully tender, cooked pink and well-seasoned. The potatoes and spinach were soft and delicious and the jus intense and fragrant. A perfectly put together plate of food.”
Bite Magazine, May 2010
As you can see from the selection of reviews, The Glasshouse off the Mile has firmly established itself as one of the capital’s top restaurants.
Since opening in February, the restaurant has struck a chord with diners thanks to its high quality dining and contemporary dishes using the very best in Scottish produce.
Head chef Steven Adair has recently introduced a third menu to his Edinburgh restaurant to give his visitors an even bigger range of culinary delights.
Diners can choose from his popular day-time café bar menu, dinner menu and now the Table D’Hote menu which serves uncomplicated, delicious food for a great price.
Before his return to Edinburgh, Steven ran the award-winning The Glasshouse at Eskmills in Musselburgh for three years and has worked in a number of leading restaurants in the capital.
The Glasshouse off the Mile trades as a separate business on the ground floor of the Fraser Suites Edinburgh hotel at St Giles Street.
For more information on The Glasshouse off the Mile visit http://www.theglasshouseoffthemile.com.
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