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About Café St Honoré
Bringing 1940s Paris to modern-day Edinburgh, Café St Honoré restaurant is a charming bistro serving up traditional French cuisine (with a few Scottish favourites thrown in) to a loyal clientele. Tucked away on a picturesque cobbled lane in the New Town, the cosy dining room at Café St Honore, with mirrored walls and black-and-white tiled floors, provides an atmospheric retreat. The team here are passionate about local, organic produce, so the menu changes daily. There are prix fixe menus on offer at lunch and dinner if you’re after a bargain, or just need an excuse to indulge in dessert. In the evening, a seasonal menu du jour is available alongside the full a la carte, which features dishes like roast pheasant with red cabbage and pancetta; Shetland salmon with leek and herb risotto; and vanilla crème brûlée. The wine list features some excellent French wines – a real treat for novices and connoisseurs alike.
Edinburgh, EH2 1EA
Hours of Operation:
Open Daily: 12pm - 2pm, 5:30pm - 10pm
£26 to £40
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
0131 226 2211
Banquet, Beer, Full Bar, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Café St Honoré Ratings and Reviews
Once again Cafe St Honore provided an excellent meal. The wait staff were knowledgeable and friendly. The wine was very good with a reasonable choice. We love the cooking here. The cassoulet was excellent once again as was the steak. We don't live in Edinburgh but visit frequently though wish we could come here more often. We will definitely return.
We love Cafe St Honore as the food is authentic French cooking. Extremely tasty food and great choice. I had vegetarian options (I am not vegetarian) and they were as delicious as meat courses. Cassoulet wad also amazing and I hope they have it next time we come in early January!
Being a real foodie I must say this is a find when I was on business in Edinburgh.
I have the business lunch which was outstanding from beginning to the end.
I started with mussels which were great followed by what was described as pork hash which was pork with onions and cabbage with an egg in the top, a good portion and delicious. Desert was a fab crime brûlée. Go there fellow diners if you are in Edinburgh anytime.
It was so reasonably priced too. Well done for a great lunch. This is the best review I have done in ages
My wife and I had a lovely lunch - we had been here once before a few years ago. The welcome, help with food and wine choices and the service were all very warm and helpful. The food was really good and the atmosphere is very Parisienne. It won't be as long till we next visit.
We really enjoyed our lunch, menu was great with many choices and at an affordable price. The staff were attentive without being overbearing and nothing was too much trouble. The house wine (red and white was excellent) and well worth the price we paid. Overall our Dining was experience was great, that it felt very French just made it better. Highly recommended by all five of us in the party.
After several visits, I still love coming here to eat. The food is always well-presented, well cooked and tasty. The staff are friendly and efficient. I was going to give 4 stars overall because they forgot to bring a glass of red wine with my main course, but when we reminded our waitress, the manager apologised and took it off our bill. I have no hesitation in giving it 5 stars.
This is such a good restaurant! Ingredients are very fresh and put together in innovative ways, i.e. panzanella with smoked mackerel. what a great idea! The pork rillette was delicious. We had venison and duck confit for mains and they were very well cooked. Frangipane cake with cherries was a nice finish as was the tablet that came with coffee or tea. I cant believe we waited so long to try this place. We will definitely be back. The service was very warm and welcoming as well as competent.
We had a lovely dinner at Cafe St Honore. It has a French bistro vibe and serves top notch Scottish ingredients. Good see a restaurant serve Arbroath Smokie (in the form of a croquette) as a starter, (more restaurants should showcase this delightful smoked fish). Duck followed served with Stornoway Black Pudding hit the spot. Perfectly cooked rhubarb for pud. My wife had the belly pork, soft and unctuous.
This is a great place for dinner. The kitchen knows what it's doing, the staff are friendly and welcoming. Thoroughly recommend it.
It's one of Edinburgh's secret gems - tucked away in Thistle Street, in the lane. It's a lovely restaurant just like stepping into Paris fir the afternoon or evening. The food is amazing food - using seasonal foods/ingredients - the staff are friendly and helpful.
We had pheasant Waldorf salad to start which beautiful and delicate leaving plenty of room for other courses. Main was Hake and was excellent. Sticky toffee pudding was good but have had better. Cheese board was enjoyable with a good selection. The restaurant is a lovely place with excellent ambiance upstairs although I would not want to sit downstairs
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