Jonathan Jones flatteringly writes, “Try a bowl of steamed Shetland mussels – they’ll provide you with an enduring memory of this fine City”.
You can read the full article here: http://www.guardian.co.uk/travel/2011/oct/12/10-best-restaurants-food-edinburgh
We’re delighted to have our ‘Smokehouse Platter’ included in The Times Magazine article titled “30 Things To Eat Before You Die”.
That’s quite an accolade. Not only that, but The Ship was only one of two selected dishes found at restaurants in Scotland!
“If I’m in Edinburgh, I will usually go down to the waterfront in Leith to visit The Ship on the Shore for one of it’s famous Smokehouse Platters. The dish brings together the finest Scottish seafood; Arbroath smokies, salmon, queen scallops, mackerel, haddock and mussels – one generous portion really is more than enough for two to share. It’s very simple, but utterly delicious – and even better sitting outside by the water with a glass of champagne.”
A big thank you must go to Olga Polizzi who chose our Smokehouse platter to be included in this prestigious list.
He had many kind words for our seafood and champagne selection and we’d like to thank him for his kind words of praise.
You can read the full article on the Daily record website.