A refuelling station for when you’re all cultured out
There are options in the National Museum of Scotland for grabbing a sandwich and coffee but if you want a proper lunch you head for the basement and the Museum Brasserie. Added to the premises in 2011 after a major refurbishment, the menu has wraps, burgers and children’s options while typical mains (all under £10.00) would be fish and chips, primavera tagliatelli or haggis with skirlie mash.
|Venue name:||Museum Brasserie|
National Museums Scotland Chambers Street
|Price:||£25 and under|