New over-18s crazy golf venue set to open in Edinburgh next month - here's an exclusive look at their menu

Guests can expect to find a carefully curated selection of taste sensations

Fore Play Crazy Golf, the new adult crazy golf venue coming to Edinburgh later this month, has revealed its lip-smacking food menu.

The venue, which will bring golf and street food to the masses for three months only, has joined forces with popular Edinburgh street food spot The Pitt Market – and the Evening News has been given a sneak peak at what dishes will be on offer.

On the menu, guests can expect to find a carefully curated selection of taste sensations dubbed The Pitt Market’s ‘Best Bites’. The menu will feature a variety of Bao Buns, vegan flatbreads, cooked-to-order burgers, halloumi fries and more.

Popular Leith street food outlet The Pitt will provide the grub

The busines which is owned by husband and wife team Craig and Kasia Neilson, exclusively told the Evening News about the launch date last month.

Kasia Neilson said: “Our mission has always been to create the ultimate day or night out and, for us, that includes quality drinks and food. We are delighted that The Pitt Market is our official food partner and we can’t wait to serve up their bespoke Fore Play Crazy Golf menu from next week when we open our doors.”

The new pop-up venue opens next Friday (March 6) in the city’s Biscuit Factory in Leith. In addition to food from The Pitt Market and nine holes of Edinburgh-inspired golf, visitors can expect premium cocktails from Base Spirits and Pickering Gin, as well as a handpicked menu of beers from the Beer Factory.

The 18+ business opened its first venue in Glasgow in 2018 and boasts two nine hole Glasgow themed golf courses, a full-service bar and an on-site food vendor.

The Glasgow outlet has been open since 2018

The interior is awash with graffiti, exposed brick and neon signs, not to mention the resident golf cart, ‘Cartii B’.

Since opening, Fore Play Crazy Golf has celebrated 50,000 customers and a turnover in excess of £600,000 - 20 per cent ahead of their projections.

March tickets are currently on sale from the venue website priced from just £8 per head, per round of golf:

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