Three Course French Meal For Two for £19 at B’est Restaurant (Up to 57% Off)
- Chic French fare served in a quaint continental ambiance
- Open seven days a week
- Locally sourced produce whenever possible
- Stage for ‘Faulty Towers Dining Experience’ during the Fringe
- Three course meal for two
- Choice of any starter, main and dessert from à la carte menu
- Options include rib-eye steak, salmon fillet and ricotta ravioli
Limit 1 per 2 people. Limit 5 per table. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required by phone. 24 hour cancellation policy. Menu is subject to seasonal change. Does not include drinks. £3 supplement for sirloin steak, £5 supplement for fillet steak or wellington. Excludes cheeseboard. Additional surcharges may apply to set menu dishes above voucher value. Original value based on most expensive à la carte options. Voucher must be presented upon arrival.
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Crumb-dusted dashboards and gravy-covered gearsticks are just two hazards of eating à la car. Make time for food with today's Groupon: £19 for a three course French meal for two at B'est Restaurant.
Just a stone’s throw from the Festival Theatre, B’est Restaurant gets playful with chic French fare in a quiet bistro atmosphere, seven days a week. Quaint wood-panelled walls host a myriad of culinary delights, with locally sourced produce whenever possible steamed up in two or three course lunches for pre-theatre victuals, or dinner set menus. The eclectic continental grub serves to highlight the restaurant’s unique ambiance, which served as the stage for the Faulty Towers Dining Experience during the Fringe festival in August.
The gastronomic extravagance starts with a piping-hot seared tuna loin nicoise salad (£5.25), or a soup such as broccoli, cauliflower and blue cheese (£2.95). Carnivores may wish to take on the braised lamb shank with brunnoise vegetables and mint jus (£12.95), or go whole hog with a grilled rib eye steak (£13.95). Deserting restraint with a tiramisu (£3) or crepes, patrons can sit back and contemplate their bounty while Edinburgh’s city centre whooshes past.
B’est Restaurant received a palatable 3/5 from TripAdvisor users, while Yelp and Qype reviewers were also enthusiastic. Though opinions varied on the restaurant during busy periods, for the most part visitors were quick to praise the friendly service and cosy atmosphere.
After a slog round looking for somewhere to eat this was just what we wanted. Basic food but well cooked, decent portions, good value. The service was prompt and friendly.
– sunskirty, TripAdvisor, Nov 2011
Stilton Cauliflower soup, venison & dauphinoise [sic] potatoes, and the profiteroles were all great. Really nice little place down a quiet street with friendly service from what I think was the owner. Recommended.
– bharper, Qype, Jan 2012