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Hadrian's Brasserie

Restaurants, Scottish New Town
4 out of 5 stars
(1user review)
Hadrian's Brasserie, Restaurants, Edinburgh

Time Out says

It might look formal but this venue presents no barrier to casual dining

Part of the Balmoral Hotel, Hadrian’s has been a dependable presence on the capital’s dining scene since 1997. The décor is tasteful and contemporary while the menus cover everything from a quick business lunch to pre-theatre, à la carte to something for the children. The cuisine is modern European; a typical main might be cod with black olive and herb crust, crushed Brussels sprouts, citrus and Avruga sauce.



Address: 1 Princes Street
Price: £26 to £40

Users say (1)

4 out of 5 stars
1 person listening

We came here to celebrate a friend's 40th birthday. It was a great choice. The smoked salmon from the trolley looked amazing and everyone who had it said it was the best smoked salmon they had for a long while. The duck, risotto, seabass and fish and chips were all amazing and full of flavour. I ordered the fish and chips and the fish was cooked well and with a light batter that didn't take over the dish. For dessert I ordered the coconut cream with pineapple which was a little too rich for me as it was more about the cream than the pineapple, which would have been nicer caramelised. However a friend's rum baba was really tasty and caused food envy. The birthday girl got a birthday dessert and bonus little sweet nibbles to share out. The service was friendly and unforgettable.