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About Hadrian's Brasserie

Hadrian’s Brasserie in Edinburgh is a stylish, informal brasserie within an opulent city landmark, The Balmoral Hotel, a five-star temple of luxury. Hadrian’s has a smart, contemporary Art Deco influenced design with limeade walls with splashes of violet, walnut floors and white table linens, colours inspired by Edinburgh’s own natural landscape. Enter via the hotel or via the entrance in Northbridge Street, as the hordes of enthusiastic locals do. Michelin-starred chef Jeff Bland is Executive Chef here, offering a cosmopolitan menu of seasonal Scottish dishes with international inflections. The wine list complements it all perfectly in style and pocket, and the friendly service is right on the money.

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A delight as usual. Wonderful food and brilliant service.

This is an excellent bistro for lunch with a range of classic dishes to satisfy most diners. There are good options for those wishing a fixed price meal of two or three courses and tempting choices for the special occasion celebration meal. The starters and main courses were excellent and the desserts were exceptionally good.

Excellent food and brilliant location. However the atmosphere could have been better.

Brilliant Restaurant with a fantasticly attentive staff Love the location and the food.

Lunch at Hadrian's Brasserie, Edinburgh was most enjoyable. Modern decor, attentive and friendly staff and a relaxed and pleasant ambience. Eating from the a la carte thanks to gift vouchers. The salmon starter was yummy while the carpaccio (£10) was a little disappointing - as was the portion. But the ribeye was succulent and the scallops were sweet and creamy with lovely soft belly pork. Cheese selection generous, if not adventurous. Unusual take on rubarb and custard that really paid off.

My friend and I visited Hadrian's Brasserie, Edinburgh last Saturday evening and had a wonderful meal. The food was lovely and the service was faultless. I hope to visit again soon!

I found this restaurant to be very expensive, the food was of a high standard but the portions were very small, the staff a little confused, and in general the meal and venue was disappointing.

Hadrian's Brasserie, Edinburgh. I thought the food was very good, if on the pricey side for lunch. The menu was too much dominated by fish and seafood for someone like me who eats neither. The service was very good.

Great service, fantastic food and popping into the Bollinger Bar before hand was the best way to start the evening.

I've been to Hadrians a few times and have always enjoyed it. It isn't cheap for a brasserie but the food is always well cooked and nicely presented and the service is efficient and attentive - we certainly felt well looked after.

Haven't been for a while and was very disappointed at limited choice for starters and mains which were the only two courses available on the special offer - think it was 3 for each course. Disappointed you didn't get to choose the two courses yourself. The food was delicious and service was good. Would book elsewhere next time to get a wider choice under the special offer.

Was it because there were hardly any other peole in Hadrian's that there was little ambience, all I can say is the food was fine nothing to go overboard about. However nothing really to complain about either, just found the place very bland.

Good food, good friendly professional service but perhaps a little too pushy, do you want prosecco ?, still or sparkling water? , is everything all right ?(before you have picked up knife and fork) etc. Meal was very good but starter arrived before the wine and some would have felt it all a little bit too fast.

Hadrian's Brasserie, Edinburgh, excellent evening, professional polite staff serving delicious food. We all had different dishes and none of us were disappointed. We will definitely return.

Lovely atmosphere and very attentive staff. The 'deal' was not at deal...it is just the price of the seasonal menu! Not very cheap, and all wines about £30 a bottle - it all adds up pretty quickly. Seasonal menu is limited - three options each course, but food was very good. Not sure it is brilliant value for money, and the deal is not a deal, but a very good evening was had.

The decor in Hadrians Brasserie in Edinburgh was nice. Staff very helpful, mentioned that it was my partners birthday and the young waiter brought him a plate of homemade sweets at the end of the meal, with happy birthday piped on in chocolate. Nice touch! Meal was nice, chicken terrine starter very good. Main courses could have done to be a wee bit hotter though when served.

Hadrian's Brasserie, Edinburgh A good choice for lunch. The menu is great value for money. Both our dishes were well cooked and presented. Attentive service. A relaxed venue with enough space between the tables for private conversation.

We had a lovely meal at Hadrian's Brasserie in Edinburgh. It was a first for my friend and she was most impressed with the excellent service, food and ambiance of the restaurant. We will be back, and do recommend to my other friends ,as I am sure they will in turn.

Had two course special offer lunch at Hadrian's Brasserie, Edinburgh. Food was of good quality and well served, though portions tended to be on the small side; service was extremely attentive and friendly. The £14.50 charge for a two course lunch is good value but once additional vegetables and wine are added it is not quite the bargain it originally appeared to be.

Hadrian's brassiere Edinburg. We had a great time, the staff, food, and value where all amazing. We were impressed with the caring staff and great seasonal menu.