Tucked away on a cobbled lane in the heart of Edinburgh’s New Town, Cafe St Honore is a happy marriage between classic French decor and carefully sourced Scottish ingredients.
Watch head chef Neil Forbes make green tomato chutney from Clyde Valley Tomatoes in the video below.
Cafe St Honore may sound as if it is a French restaurant which has decamped to Edinburgh but, despite the elegant Gallic interior, the cooking is mainly although not exclusively modern Scottish.
Watch head chef Neil Forbes visit Edinburgh’s Famers’ market then make a lamb dish in the video below.
The restaurant prides itself on its sustainable kitchen and as Cafe St Honore uses seasonal produce, each day the talented chefs create a new menu to bring out the best in the ingredients delivered that morning.
Watch head chef Neil Forbes make a pork dish using Innis & Gunn cask beer below.
Dishes on the menu may include local game terrine with rowan jelly; braised free range chicken leg with bacon, lentils & chestnut mushrooms; North Sea hake, tomato & courgette stew with crushed heritage potatoes and isle of Mull langoustine or Perthshire venison haunch with Stornoway black pudding, celeriac and an Arran mustard jus.
Sample the finest Scottish produce at Cafe St Honore by booking on 5pm.
£18 for 2 courses on cafe classic menu (dinner)
£15.50 for 2 courses on cafe classic menu (lunch)
£23.50 for 3 courses on cafe classic menu + glass of wine (dinner)
£19.50 for 3 courses on cafe classic menu + glass of wine (lunch)