Brewing up a ‘harvest supper’

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Cafe St Honoré has teamed up with city brewer Innis and Gunn to present a special “harvest supper” on September 6 as part of Scottish Food Fortnight.

The restaurant, in North West Thistle Street Lane, will offer a four-course menu matched with beer from the popular oak-aged brewer. Short talks from the producers will also be given.

Places cost £30 per person. To book, call 0131-226 2211 or e-mail eat@cafesthonore.com. The event starts at 7pm.

n There are just days left to enjoy the French cuisine on offer at The Bistrot de L’Institut in Randolph Crescent.

The brainchild of Fred Berkmiller, owner of the L’Escargot Bleu and L’Escargot Blanc restaurants, the cafe was opened solely for the festival season and will close on Friday.

Customers can expect the likes of French artisan cheese and imported beer from Brittany, all to be enjoyed in the relaxed setting of the fully licensed cafe with beer garden.