Galvin Brasserie chateaubriand & wine
Waldorf Astoria Edinburgh - The Caledonian, Princes Street, EH1 2AB
- usually £121.00
- save 51%
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£59 instead of £121 for chateaubriand for two with a bottle of red wine, fries, grilled tomato and field mushroom plus tea or coffee at the multi award-winning Galvin Brasserie de Luxe at The Waldorf Astoria, City Centre
- Chateaubriand for two with a bottle of red wine and finished with tea or coffee
- Served with French fries, grilled tomato and field mushroom
- Restaurant founded by Michelin-starred chef brothers Chris and Jeff Galvin
- Multi award-winning restaurant in Edinburgh’s Luxury Hotel of the Year 2014
- Outstanding reviews from The Sunday Herald, Scotland on Sunday, Metro, Mail on Sunday and more
If you’re looking for a first-class dining experience to remember, look no further than Galvin Brasserie de Luxe at The Waldorf Astoria. The cream of Edinburgh’s culinary scene, this stunning eatery was unveiled in the autumn of 2012 and is the second Scottish restaurant from Michelin-starred chef siblings Chris and Jeff Galvin. With continental cool interiors and an authentically French gourmet menu, it’s the epitome of Parisian café chic right in the heart of Edinburgh.
With today’s deal you and your loved one will share juicy chateaubriand served up with French fries, watercress, grilled tomato and field mushroom. Plus you’ll have a bottle of perfectly paired red wine to wash it all down with, as well as your choice of tea or coffee to finish.
The Galvin Brasserie de Luxe and its home hotel, The Waldorf Astoria, have been recognised for their superior stance on luxury and hospitality by locals, tourists and critics alike. They boast an array of awards in recent years including Restaurant of The Year 2014, Urban Restaurant of the Year and Edinburgh Luxury Hotel of the Year at the Scottish Hotel Awards, and were awarded a Michelin Bib Gourmand.
“Like the starters, our main courses were faultless. The food wasn’t the only virtually faultless thing about the experience, with the service being notably slick and the attention to detail beyond reproach." - Richard Bath, Scotland on Sunday
"The envy of Edinburgh." - METRO
"A faultless terrine de campagne, with the mosaic beauty of an Italian terrazzo floor, visually fascinating with its moist nuggets of meat and pea-green pistachios, all encased in a golden casing of clarified butter" Joanna Blythman, Sunday Herald