Fodor's Expert Review The Kitchin
A perennially popular high-end dining option, Tom Kitchin's Michelin-starred venture packs in the crowds. Kitchin, who trained in France, runs a tight ship, and his passion for using seasonal and locally sourced produce to his own creative ends shows no sign of waning. Unfashionable ingredients such as ox tongue, tripe, and pig's head emerge heroic after Kitchin's alchemy, and he works his magic equally dexterously on more familiar elements such as seafood and venison. To sample this rarified culinary world on a (relative) budget, try the three-course set lunch for £45.
78 Commercial Quay
Edinburgh, Edinburgh EH6 6LX, Scotland
- Nose-to-tail philosophy
- Lovely setting
- Very expensive dinners