Have visited here twice now once with family and once as a couple, both times were a delight. The ambience is excellent with friendly, knowledgeable and helpful staff. The beer selection is tremendous and regularly changing with a short but interesting selection of wines, the Romanian Sauvignon being particularly nice. Food is excellent with a very wide range of interesting, quirky dishes with real skill shown in the kitchen mixing flavours and cuts of meat and fish. Vegetarians are well catered for also, not often the case in Leith. Between us we sampled the jugged Rabbit, truffled lardo, air dried ham, red mullet, crispy pigs ears, ballottine of rabbit, chowder, rump steak and others I have forgotten, the Rhubarb Panacotta was fantastic with amazing strips of dried Orange peel strips adding a sharpness to an outstanding dessert. All in all a great place and deserves to do well, congratulations Darren on creating a great new addition to a crowded food scene in Leith, this place will do well, go now before it becomes difficult to get a booking.
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