Harvey Nichols Edinburgh launches new three-course £24 Autumn menu

Deal: The Pear Plum Tart is part of the revamped menus at Harvey NicholsDeal: The Pear Plum Tart is part of the revamped menus at Harvey Nichols
Deal: The Pear Plum Tart is part of the revamped menus at Harvey Nichols
Harvey Nichols Edinburgh has launched a revamped A La Carte and £24 three course prix fixe menu for Autumn.

Harvey Nichols Edinburgh is offering a £24 Prix Fixe menu among three new menus being launched today.

Highlights from the Prix Fixe menu include smoked mackerel served with horseradish, cream cheese, lemon, Arran oatcakes and pickled beetroot for starters, followed by spiced Borders pork belly, sautéed Ayrshire potatoes, black pudding and stewed bramley apple, before finishing on a sweet note of caramelised chocolate and sea salt tart. Diners can choose two courses for £19 or three courses for £24.

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Star dishes from the À La Carte menu include smoked duck breast, served with grilled peach, whipped goat’s cheese, watercress, dried sour cherries and ginger bread to start, followed by harrissa marinated lamb chump, roasted hispi cabbage, aubergine crisps, mint chutney and pistachio yoghurt, with blackberry cobbler, blackberry compote and blackberry sorbet to finish.

The new drinks menu features many newadditions like ‘The Last Geisha’, which consists of Roku gin, Edinburgh Gin plum and vanilla liqueur, lemon, honey, cherry bitters and

cardamom as well as whisky-based cocktails, such as the ‘Speyside Explorer’, containing Macallan double cask whisky, Franjelico, double cream, almond syrup and dark chocolate bitters.

To mark what would have been Edinburgh Cocktail Week, for one weekend only, customers who book the three course dinner menu and quote ‘Sip and Support’ in their online booking will receive one complimentary round of drinks for their table from the new cocktail menu. The offer will run for a limited number of nights only, from Thursday 15 to Saturday October 17.

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