Edinburgh's newest restaurant opens its doors: 9 photos inside The Spanish Butcher at North Castle Street

New Edinburgh restaurant opens its doors

Scottish restaurant group RUSK & RUSK officially opened The Spanish Butcher at 58A North Castle Street yesterday, Friday, May 10, offering a new 90-cover addition to Edinburgh’s dining scene.

Promising vibrant Spanish and Mediterranean-inspired flavours, showcasing some of the “finest dry aged beef in the world” across an à la carte menu, “married with the very best homegrown produce” from Scotland’s larder, The Spanish Butcher has created 45 positions of employment, with staff keen to welcome diners.

Famed for its distinctive Galicia meets Brooklyn proposition, The Spanish Butcher opened yesterday with already massive interest, including over 2,000 advance bookings.

Check our our photo gallery to take a step inside Edinburgh’s newest restaurant.

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