A kilted doorman and stylish blue-and-green tartan carpets beckon you into the city's most elegant eatery. The service is impeccable from beginning to end, and all the food is locally sourced from a 35-mile radius. It's the perfect place for cold, wet days, as romantic fires flicker in the background, crystal chandeliers hang overhead, and stained-glass murals twist the natural light into colorful new shades. From the menu of French and Scottish fare, try the venison or
the halibut with asparagus and herb gnocchi. The starters are seductive, and the coffee-and-chocolate soufflé with caramel ice cream is a tempting dessert. For serious indulence, there's a seven-course taster menu for £69. Ask for a tour of the superb wine cellar. Sunday brunch is popular.