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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. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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The ASK Italian restaurant in Livingston is perfectly placed to punctuate a day’s shopping. You’ll find us in The Centre shopping mall facing out onto Almondvale Avenue, directly opposite the Levi’s shop in the Livingston Designer Outlet across the avenue.
With two huge shopping centres boasting a Debenhams, French Connection, Kurt Geiger, Ted Baker, Superdry and countless more, why not pop into ASK for a delicious lunch to fuel up for a shopping spree? You can pop back later for gelati, cocktails and wine to celebrate your bargains.
We’re also a firm favourite in the evening; we’ve created a warm and relaxed atmosphere conducive to indulging in Italian cuisine made with fresh produce and ingredients sourced from back home in Italy. And if it’s a large family affair, a leaving do or a meal for stags or hens, you can even reserve our semi-private function room on the balcony.More
Miramare, located in the historic and picturesque village of South Queensferry, near Edinburgh, has been transformed into a stylish, relaxed and friendly setting for great food and drinks.
The restaurant offers a variety of dishes, always with a selection of fresh fish, a set menu for lunch, an À la Carte menu for evening dining and our café bar offers refreshments and light snacks throughout the day. Private functions are also available.
Being on the water front, there are great views of the Firth of Forth and its 3 spectacular bridges. There are several attractions close by, including Port Edgar Marina, Dalmeny House, Dundas Castle and of course the beautiful estate of Hopetoun House.More
Our Comely Bank restaurant is situated a mile from Edinburgh city centre. Located in a residential area, it is perfectly placed for those traveling to and from Edinburgh Airport and from across the Forth Road Bridge. We have several bed and breakfasts on our doorstep and we are a short walk away from The Village Hotel Edinburgh and Holiday Inn Edinburgh North.
The interiors are set wonderfully, giving you a warm welcome and ensuring a pleasant atmosphere. All our staff at Ronaq are passionate about their work, delivering excellent customer service that is second to none. Our chefs have years of experience, making them the perfect team to create the mouth watering dishes on the menu.More
We are proud to announce a spectacular new venture in the heart of Edinburgh’s £150 million New Waverley development, which is currently transforming the city’s Old Town.
Ronaq, which first opened in Edinburgh three years ago, is expanding its chain of restaurants into a stunning glass-fronted corner site linking Cranston Street with East Market Street, just yards from the Royal Mile.
The new venue includes a large ground-level bar leading upstairs to a stunning first-floor dining area seating up to 90 people, which is almost completely surrounded by floor to ceiling glass panels providing magnificent views across the Waverley Valley.
We have designed the restaurant to take full advantage of the views across Edinburgh, combined with a varied menu serving the best in contemporary and traditional Asian cuisine. It’s an amazing space bringing together the best of Edinburgh, both old and new, and we are looking forward to literally lighting up the Old Town.More
Overlooking the beautiful River Esk in the tranquil conservation village of Lasswade, Scotland, the Paper Mill is an all-day bar and restaurant situated in an historic former paper mill. With a long and rich history of papermaking, the Esk Valley was once home to ten mills, renowned for the production of fine papers made from Esparto grass imported from Africa. The era of papermaking ended with the closure of the last mill on the Esk, which ceased production in 2004. With interior design conceived and developed by Jim Hamilton Design and distinctive branding and signage designed by Edinburgh-based creative agency Touch, The Paper Mill is a striking, yet informal destination sympathetic to the village’s historical surroundings. Reclaimed materials, screenprinted artworks and found objects add to this laid-back feel, while a spacious outdoor terrace leads down to the riverbank.More