36 Broughton Street, EH1 3SB
Treat yourself and a lucky partner to a very special dining experience with today’s deal for the Michelin-recommended Fhior on Broughton Street. The incredible restaurant changes its menu weekly to reflect the best of seasonal produce, and utilises the finest ingredients to create unique and interesting dishes that are unlike anything you’ve tried before!
Since opening its doors less than a year ago, Fhior has already wowed diners and critics alike, scooping up incredible reviews, a recommendation in the Michelin Guide and even a feature in the New York Times. It’s also been named in the 20 best Edinburgh restaurants by Condé Nast Traveller, so you know you’re in for a real treat.
Run by Scott and Laura Smith, the couple provide a truly unique dining experience and as a result have been featured in Edinburgh Evening News’ top 30 people of 2018, with Scott also winning the coveted Caterer Acorn Award in 2017, given to 30 of the industry’s most talented stars aged under 30.
Fabulous reviews on TripAdvisor
“This restaurant was just fabulous! We ate almost everything on the menu as we were completely blown away by the amazing food. Unique and inventive Scottish-based food served to share with delicious homebaked sourdough and even the butter made there.”
“This one was a special treat while holidaying in Scotland. The food was sensational and the attention to detail was exceptional. Each dish used fresh, quality produce well-cooked and presented. Seasonal menu that changes regularly and you aren't presented with the menu until the end of the meal. The service was excellent, the staff very friendly and the sommelier is clearly at the top of his game, with some remarkable wine and food matches.”
“The best meal I’ve had all year. Wonderful tasting menu with some surprising wines. Super friendly and attentive staff. I almost want to keep the secret to myself but can’t stop raving to friends about it.”
“The meal was simply flawless. Imaginative and excellent combinations of ingredients. Precise execution; unpretentious and unfussy. The wine pairings were original, spot on and well off the beaten track.”