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Bonham review Rate it

Although it's just a few minutes' walk from the west end of Princes Street, the Bonham feels secluded. The menu in its light, spacious dining room reflects head chef Michel Bouyer's French origins - vichyssoise followed by tuna niçoise - but also offers a modern take on his native cuisine. Set lunches (£13.50 for two courses, £16 for three) are good value, as is the weekend Boozy Snoozy lunch for four (£79.95 for three courses with two bottles of wine).

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Bonham details

35 Drumsheugh Gardens

Area West End & New Town

Transport Bus 13, 19, 37, 41, 47

Telephone 0131 623 9319

Bonham website

Open 7am-10pm Mon-Sat; 12.30-3pm, 6.30-10pm Sun.

Main courses £20.

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By John Barrington - Jul 24 2010

Unimpressed !!
Dirty cutlery and chipped glass.
Tomato and olive soup amuse bouche left my pallet with the lingering taste of olives from a jar and coated in brine.
Scallop starter underseasoned despite the use of parma ham/ pancetta and not VFM.
Main of pork fillet tasty enough welll cooked and seasoned
Cheese board to finish, I appreciate that he chef is of a french background but this is a scottish hotel plerase do not serve me a plate of mediocre french cheese. back your local producers, where is the strathdon blue, the caboc, the crowdie for example and finally a minor irritant to me, my wife chose to have a glass of wine with her meal where as I stuck to sparkling mineral water ,don't serve me my water in one of the wine glasses on the table put it in a tumbler add some ice and maybe a slice of lemon and at least try and make it look appealling. Will not be back 4/10