Restaurant at The Bonham
Having recently been refurbished in keeping with the Building’s Georgian heritage, the restaurant at The Bonham has now been rebranded as 'No 35 at The Bonham'.
No 35 at The Bonham offers an eclectic menu of European inspired food with a Scottish twist, using the best of local suppliers and ingredients.
We also offer an excellent, well-edited wine list to complement the delights from the kitchen.
Choose from our A La Carte Menu, a great choice for all tastes, or why not join us every lunchtime for our famous “Boozy Snoozy” Menu, a 3-course selection including a half bottle of wine per person.
3 courses & 1/2 a bottle of wine: £25.00 per person
3 Courses from set market menu including a half bottle of wine: £25.00 per person.
Terms and Conditions: Maximum of 8 diners. Includes Tax, excludes service.
Valid For: 2 - 8 people
Starts: 13 February 2019
Ends: 13 May 2019
Availability: Sun 12:30-14:30
Starter was good , initial waiter was attentive - but as the evening progressed - staff seemed disinterested. They opened the patio doors to let all the cold air in at the end of the evening whilst we were still eating / drinking - without asking if it was OK and it was cold...
The restaurant itself is a long way (a minor hike) away from reception and the only toilet is there - so if you need the loo - you need to walk 5 minutes to get there and if it's occupied you''re are in trouble.
The main course (steak) was average and the desert OK - but a bit disappointed by the staff and facilities.
This was a fabulous venue - great value for money with excellent food and service. Will definitely return.
The restaurant has recently been refurbished and the ambience, staff and food are all excellent. what a lovely way to spend 3 1/2 hours with friends and be so well fed and looked after by excellent staff!
Been coming to the Bonham for years , I make a point of coming here when I am visiting Edinburgh.
Their Boozy Snoozy deal is always great value, and the food is always exceptional. The ambience is stunning and staff always make you feel very welcome. I would recommend the Bonham to anyone visiting Edinburgh.
Has significantly improved since last year, excellent food.
Lunch with some family members from out of town. Excellent food, slightly eccentric service, pleasant, music-free ambience.
Went for a small birthday dinner , food and service was excellent. Would go back for a special occasion
We have eaten at The Bonham many times both as a couple and frequently with family. Always enjoyed our lunches and tip top service from staff. I am gluten and dairy intolerant, which of course I mentioned when I booked the table. I was under the impression when I made the reservation online, that were was also a choice of a la carte menu? However, when the menu arrived we were told it was a set menu. I had to remind the staff of my dietary request. They obviously had not made a note of it. I had to request gluten free bread; it wasn't offered with the starter as normally it would have been. My lunch choice was "a compromise" Most of our group did not enjoy the starters (mackerel was a tiny portion and not tasty at all). Main dishes were quite good. My husband had ordered a bottle of champagne to be placed on our table when we arrived. He paid by card over the phone that morning. It wasn't on the table. When the champagne was poured, one of our guests had a tiny amount poured into his glass. The waiter had obviously misjudged it. However, some time later his glass was topped up so there obviously had been champagne left in the bottle. To sum up, it was a rather disappointing meal and the service was not what we had experienced in the past
I have given poor ratings as my friends were informed that there was no booking .I don't know if the fault is yours or the Bonham, but despite the fact I had two e-mails from you confirming my booking, one just the day before, they insisted there was no reservation. This was most embarrassing as, unfortunately, I could not go as I was unwell, so they assumed I had not made the reservations.
First class service and food. Thoroughly enjoyed our meal and the service
The food tasted beautiful but many of the portions , especially the starters, were very small.
I dined at the Bonham on the eve of the 6 Nations Calcutta Rugby Match. I chose the vegetarian option and was very pleased with the dish. I am a regular diner at the Bonham and will be back during the 2019 6 nations.
My third visit to the Bonham,Edinburgh in the last four months. Excellent food, great ambience with top level service.
We had the 'Boozy Snoozy' option which at £23.50 for 3 courses and 1/2 bottle of wine is really good value. There was a decent choice including vegetarian options. The starter looked & sounded really good but was actually a bit dull (fregola salad). Apart from that the food was very tasty. Service was friendly & efficient without being overbearing.
It's a while since I'd been at the Bonham but it's as good as I remember it, so hopefully we will return in the not too distant future.
Food took ages to come out other then that the service was great
I dined at the Bonham on the 25th November 2017 following the Scotland versus Australia Rugby Match. The restaurant was very busy and the service suffered a little.. The food was good and I will return.
I arrived late at The Bonham due the Rugby going to extra time. Within a short time I was tucking into a Flat Iron steak cooked to perfection. Service and food was of the highest order, I will continue to dine at The Bonham.
Beautiful lunch, beautifully presented, lovely setting and fab value. Boozy snoozy highly recommended
Great food and fantastic value. Staff were efficient and friendly and dealt well with a very awkward customer at the next table.
Lovely Setting for special Dinner..Food was great and service was excellent
Great meal, atmosphere perfect. The waiting staff could have been a little more in the festive spirit. There was the impression that they did not want to be there.
On the whole our family had a lovely meal, which was great value and well presented.
Fabulous Chateau Briand great ambience. Lovely staff.
Food was beautiful
I dine here again
Exquisite flavour combinations
the waiting staff
were annoyed our late
Stale bread and
served a £50 Chablis
at room temperature, and failed
to it! They should take more pride in their work. A venue, with a product.
Chose the Bonham to celebrate our 30th Wedding Anniversary with the family. Thoroughly enjoyed our meal and ambiance was just right. Overall experience was perfect - staff couldn't have been more attentive. Chef even made a special plaque with good wishes and treats. Thanks to all staff for making our night special.
I had booked using the Open Table website and selected a time and received a confirmation email which was simple and straight forward.
I did have several missed calls from the restaurant however when we left a fringe show.
They stated that we had booked for an hour earlier and even after showing them the confirmation email, the restaurant blamed the system so I will let the Open Table and The Bonham work out who's mistake this was.
This resulted in a delay in taking our seats for the meal.
The restaurant itself was nice and had an upmarket feel to it, very classic.
The staff were helpful although they did get one starter order wrong which was clearly down to a language barrier. This mistake was quickly rectified but did mean we had a guest waiting to eat while we all had our starters.
The food was well presented and tasted good but I will admit I have had better meals in several restaurants at half the price so don't feel the price reflects the quality of the meal.
If you want to enjoy a quiet, elegant meal and don't mind paying for it then the Bonham will suit most tastes. Just don't expect to be blown away.
Very enjoyable meal, would recommend this dining experience
I dined at the Bonham following the 6 Nations Ruby Match in which Scotland were the victors.
An excellent Chateaubriand accompanied by a fine Merlot proved to be a fitting end to a victorious day. The staff as ever were attentive I will be back.
We were in Edinburgh for a few days and wanted somewhere special for a birthday celebration.
We saw the restaurant through the window and thought it looked very romantic and posh.
The decor and ambience were good and fitted the bill. The staff were polite and friendly. The food was not up to the standard one would expect from the price. The quantities were ridiculously small. My wife, who has the appetite of a bird ,was still hungry after the three courses. The chicken was described as corn fed but was colourless and tasteless. My cheese board comprised of 2 slivers of cheese about an inch square. We just had the impression everything was done to save their costs. We went on a Thursday and were restricted to their menu of the day( ala carte not available) although this was not mentioned outside or on the booking web page. Such a shame!
We are always looking for a good place to lunch, the Bonham fits the bill perfectly. Lovely dining room, great service and a limited, but good, menu. Everything we had was delicious, perfect for us ladies. The day we were there was busy but we weren't rushed in any way and it felt as if we could have stayed all afternoon. Location is ideal (just off the West End). I have been before with other friends and it never seems to disappoint.
We have been dining at the Bonham for over 10 years. The high standards found in this restaurant make for an enjoyable evening.
This was out first visit and was a birthday meal with our family. We arrived for a booking at 8pm on a Tuesday evening. We were told our table would be 5 minutes. The restaurant was quiet and after waiting for a least 15 minutes we had to ask if the table was ready yet. The restaurant had the booking for 8.30 but had not explained this to us or offered us a complimentary drink while we were waiting. The food was disappointing and very average. Would not recommend this restaurant.
Lovely lunch in relaxed setting with attentive service.
We visited the restaurant as returning customers having already been there 5 years before.
Our first visit left a positive impression on us but our second visit was less inspiring. When we visited the first time we felt the venue was classy, smart and romantic. Although the classy and smart still applied, the dining area in which we were sat in (at the front of the building) felt less romantic and just functional, so perhaps more suited to business types, or couples who are just there for a rather nice eating out venue. Another part of the dining area looked more set up for groups (which there were in attendance) but happily no noise intruded over to us. The staff, although polite and responsive, were not readily available if you wanted something and we had to wait more than once to attract attention.
However, the food itself was of very good quality and we felt the pricing was appropriate for the standard of food on the menu and it matched the venue, albeit there were limited vegetarian options. We both had a soup starter which we enjoyed (with an abundance of nice bread on offer) then I had the main course duck which was delicious. My partner was less satisfied with his vegetarian meal as the food was indistinct. The dessert was also delicious.
However, It was disappointing that when we got our bill it was incorrect, with the wrong wine being charged for. This left us feeling a little mistrusting and not the best lasting memory of our visit.
Really good venue with pre dinner drinks in the lovely sitting area. Service was very good and food overall excellently presented and more importantly very tasty.
Would use the venue again
We have been here many times including lunch, as well as dinner. Another excellant meal,with first class service.
Great food, service and value for money. Been there a few times. Never fails to impress.
Excellant sunday lunch, so relaxing, no rushing, and food was excellant.Service was first class,
and my gluten free friend had a great choice also.
Always had a great lunch at the bonham, will be back shortly.
Food was beautifully presented but portions were small. Service was excellent but only three tables , including our own, occupied in Christmas week. We have not used the Bonham for a couple of years, and would go back if the atmosphere was more convivial.
stayed at this hotel in 2013 and had several meals in the restaurant.The food was amazing,this time around i did not stay here and felt that the standard of food had dropped and the range of starters,mains and deserts was all to basic.
Arrived early but table was ready immediately. Staff top notch for service and food preparation. Not at all hurried and surprised to receive discount through booking via Open Table. Will be back again and again