4.5 based on 120 reviews
Queensferry’s premier cafe with an Italian twist and a “must visit” on your trip. Serving freshly roasted coffee and a range of Italian cured meats – Mortadella, Prosciutto Cotto, Parma Ham with Ciabatta, Focaccia and Panini. Also serving a varied Scottish menu. We pride ourselves with the quality of our food/drinks and our personal friendly service.
We take our granddaughter here for lunch after school. The welcome is great and the owner is superb with children. There is a special offer on the menu for children which ticks all the boxes. We get good food too. The soup,panini,sandwiches are all good with lots of fillings to choose from. You can sit and watch all the fresh food being prepared. There is carry out too.
3.5 based on 9 reviews
After some negotiation about using our £30 allowance against the a la carte menu, we enjoyed very good food and excellent service. As usual the Macdonald breakfast was excellent. You would have to be very fussy indeed not to find something you like.
4 based on 470 reviews
We have eaten here a few times and the food is always to a very good standard with good portion sizes. Staff friendly and helpful. We normally go for dinner although nipped in for lunch here for first time 9/3/18. Lunch menu great selection along with great value. 5*
4.5 based on 414 reviews
Classic cocktails and martinis, international beers and a fine range of wines and malts.Fabulous fresh produce, carefully prepared, simply cooked and beautifully presented. The Grill Is not just a hotel restaurant.This is a real treat.
We stayed here for the night. The hotel rooms, reception and bar are lovely. Very cosy, inviting and relaxed. The staff were attentive and pleasant. The food was good but not exceptional, slight in the expensive side compared to the portions you got. It's probably one of, if not, the best restaurant around there but not a patch on some of the ones 4 miles away in Edinburgh. Nevertheless we enjoyed our stay but feel next time we will find somewhere else to eat.
4 based on 129 reviews
Established in the small village of Mid Calder in 1747, this pub is one of the busiest meeting places in the area. The Black Bull Inn is at the heart of the community, and enjoys a prime location, sitting snugly in the shadow of its new town neighbour, Livingston, close to nearby rail links. Though it has been under new private ownership since August 2009, the Black Bull Inn has retained some of its period features; a real coal fire crackles in the cosy lounge bar in winter, drawing visitors in from the cold.This pub has traditional values, and this is obvious as soon as you set foot inside. A welcoming atmosphere with a friendly smile awaits you at the Black Bull Inn, as well as good food and great cask-conditioned ales. Local brew Caledonian Deuchars IPA is a permanent fixture, but there are always guest beers available on tap, and the varied wine list offers great value for money. The lounge bar serves food daily from midday until 9pm, with classic pub favourites featuring on the menu alongside lighter lunch options like baguettes, sandwiches and baked potatoes. Be sure to check the specials blackboard for something a little different.There is an unmistakable buzz when you enter the Black Bull Inn; this may have something to do with the busy calendar of events, which includes domino flyers and quiz nights and zumba and salsa classes. A function room is available to hire at the rear of the pub, which is ideal for meetings or functions.
We pre-booked a table and had lunch here.
Service was attentive, accurate and fast but not intrusive.
I had the fish and chips - fish was beautifully flaky and the batter was crisp but not too thick. Colleagues had the steak pie which they enjoyed too.
We'd all happily return.
4.5 based on 166 reviews
Been here a few times now and every single time I visit the service and food is impeccable!
They make an effort to make sure you have the best meal and recognise you so you feel like you get a more personal service.
Food was amazing and couldn’t fault it at all.
Definitely recommend visiting this amazing restaurant!!
4 based on 246 reviews
We ordered Chicken tikka, chilli garlic mutton, naan, rice and samosas. The dishes were COLD, BLAND and TASTELESS. There was so much artificial color added to chicken tikka, it almost tasted like powdered chicken. Butter garlic Naans had neither garlic nor butter. Rice was uncooked. Only samosas were decent but they were cold as well. We had to throw away all of the food! 40£ wasted. Horrible!
5 based on 277 reviews
The Terrace Restaurant can be found on the campus of West Lothian College, which is used for training chefs and food service students who will then take up places of employment in a wide variety of eateries across Scotland and further afield . The college would like to thank our customers for the tremendous support they have given us over many years. The Terrace Restaurant will open for lunches on 10th Oct 2016,Dinners are available from 8th Sept 2016 . Thanks for viewing our restaurant look forward to welcoming to Terrace.
Please remember this is part of a college and its the students that are making your food and serving your meals, and having gone their with friends on a recommendation we were so impressed. The service was excellent, the food superb, and the price was out of this world. You could have eaten a 3 course lunch with coffee for £10 - yes £10. I will be back.
4.5 based on 328 reviews
4 based on 482 reviews
Visiting on the night heaters were needed in the restaurant, we arrived early for a drink in the bar. After standing for 5 minutes while staff buzzed around looking busy to avoid people ( just look up, say hi and let me know I'm not invisible, I will wait) I got served and after informing the lady that we had a table booked and asking who I should tell she told me to wait and tell someone closer to the time. When I asked to Set up a tab and transfer it through to the restaurant she told me that could not do that! It's 2018 and Whitbread lead the way in POS innovation. My old karpad tills in1993 could set up a 'follow me' tab.
When we were ready to dine I told the same lady who asked ' do you have a table booked?'. This was the same hour as me telling her, not day, week or month after.
The food was standard beefeater favre, the service sadly up to its usual standard of very poor. The area manager need to visit this site on a week night. I'm not sure why we keep coming back, my family ask too.
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