Scott’s on Princes Street
Mercure Edinburgh City Princes Street Hotel
Modern interiors and traditional food make up Edinburgh’s latest city centre hot spot. Named after the iconic Scott Monument which sits just opposite, Scott’s on Princes Street is a brand new offering to Edinburgh’s buzzing culinary scene. Stylish, locally inspired interiors and large windows displaying unbeatable views of Edinburgh create a sophisticated atmosphere to enjoy traditional Scottish cuisine and a cocktail or two. The curated menu of traditional dishes includes starters such as Haggis Scotch Egg and Cullen Skink, plus wholesome mains such as Scottish Lamb Rump served with pearl barley, asparagus, pea, mint with crumbled Black Crowdie.
33 Church Street
Mercure Inverness Hotel
Overlooking the River Ness, one of Inverness’s top attractions, 33 Church Street provides a cosy retreat from the busy city centre. From our Chef’s Signature Dishes to all-around British favourites, you can expect hearty food paired with welcoming staff and fantastic service. No matter what mood you’re in, you’ll be spoilt for choice with our wide range of options – there really is something for every palate. Wash down your food with a chilled glass of Prosecco, share a bottle of wine, or try a speciality beer. Like any good Highland bar, 33 Church Street offers an impressive range of local whisky. Here, Glenfiddich 12 is sourced from a local distillery and specialist whisky such as Laphroaig and Ardbeg are sourced from Islay.
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