The Culture Trip has named Wedgwood the Restaurant as one of their ‘Edinburgh Local Favourite 2015'

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Wedgwood

Chef Paul Wedgwood has brought his traveling experience to bear on the Scottish-Asian fusion menu at his eponymous restaurant Wedgwood. A contemporary ambience can justifiably be detected in the décor and the varied backgrounds of diners with the restaurant attracting a wide cross-section of young professionals, tourists and seasoned locals. The level of service is extremely professional but quirkily playful, perhaps a necessary complement to menu options such as ‘Deciding Time’, a selection of amuse-bouches and a glass of champagne for £9.95 to pass the time while one agonises over what to order for main course. Chef Wedgwood is also a keen forager, co-running a Gourmet Wild Food Foraging Course elsewhere in the city, with the rest of his menu exhibiting a passion for wild herbs and diverse flavours. Try the lobster thermidor creme brulee, the diver-caught king scallops, venison, or the bone marrow popcorn, but always leave room for the sticky toffee pudding with Caol Ila whisky butterscotch. While all of the above may sound like the recipe for an expensive night on the town, but with the lunch menu going at £12.95 for two courses, Wedgwood represents that rare example of gastronomic decadence without pushing the boat out.

Price: Mid-range
Opening Hours: Mon – Sun: 12pm – 3pm, 6pm – 10pm
Watch out for:
Foraged flavours and Asian fusion

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