Tuesday to Saturday 12-2.30pm
Tuesday to Saturday 5.30-10pm
Closed Sunday & Monday
About Restaurant Mark Greenaway
Restaurant Mark Greenaway is based on 69 North Castle Street, Edinburgh, The restaurant first opened in 2011 at its original location at No 12 Picardy place, where mark soon gained a superb reputation for its imaginative, creative and modern style of cooking.
The restaurant re-opened in January 2013 after a complete refurbishment at the new location. The Georgian building has been renovated using interior and architectural designs from Four-by-Two’s creative director, Adam Storey. From its original white to a much warmer, richer, more natural feel Complete with Simple bespoke metal Shelving and bar, and a beautifully crafted original collection of brass Chandeliers complete with ornate shades, these simple touches really do set the stage for Mark’s imaginative cuisine . The basement floor of the building houses an old bank vault which has been transformed into a specially-designed wine vault, where sommelier Loic Druyver invites diners to try wine before ordering.
Impeccable service and delicious food. Mark Greenaway delivers a delightful dining experience.
Please renovate the bathroom area (the carpeting, toilet equipment looks a bit shabby), you wont expect this in a fine dining restaurant. Overall dining experience was wonderful however.
My husband and I had a fabulous market menu lunch with wine flight. The atmosphere was the perfect mix of special and relaxed. The service again professional but friendly. The food was delicious and the wine pairings worked really well. For me it is one of the best dining experiences we’ve had and yet not overpriced. Big thumbs up to the chef, his team both in the kitchen and front of house.
Although the restaurant has a pleasant atmosphere, it is let down by disappointing, pretentious food. The crab starter had, at most, a teaspoonful of crab meat, served on a bed of undressed lettuce (shades of 1970s prawn cocktails - but at least you got a few prawns then). The USP was smoking cauliflower purée which was interesting but overpowered any crab that there was. The venison was nicely cooked and tender but lukewarm and served with a non-descript 'tart' and no vegetables. The wine ('excellent selection by the glass, we were told) was plonk. £170 for 2 is a ludicrous price to pay for a dinner of that kind.
We were the only diners so it's a bit unfair to mark the atmosphere negatively on that basis. Lighting and music levels were perfect though. Service was just about spot on, especially considering they had no other diners to attend to - we never felt like we were being watched or that it was awkward at any point, which it could easily have been. Food was very good, although not quite perfect for the price. Dessert was ever so slightly disappointing (pear tart mainly, didn't really work).
Really enjoyed the meal, up there with some Michelin Star restaurants we have been to.
Said before and again and again, the best in Edinburgh, never had anything bad in the restaurant, 11 out of 10.
Very interesting way of presentation, friendly staff! Perfect place for special occasion!
Decor seems a little tired particularly in the toilets
Fantastisk 8 retters meny, selv om desserten ble Litt vel rik. Det ble en opplevelse i ulike smaker med en god oppfølging av personalet
The food was as good as I’ve eaten in any top restaurant; service was amazing too. Just the decor, especially downstairs and in the bathrooms needs serious upgrading. Food exceptional though.
Have visited on numerous occasions and we are always impressed. Exceptional food and service. Couldn't ask for more
A great dining experience which was thoroughly enjoyed by all.
An excellent lunch in very relaxing and comfortable surroundings.
For a lactose intolerant person, dining out can be a bit hit and miss. However that was NOT the case at Mark Greenaway's. Nothing was too much trouble & I was given just as delicious food as my husband received, and with as much effort and care. No boiled poatatos here! I wasn't made out to be "different" or "difficult" either. The staff were incredibly friendly & attentive without being overbearing. We left feeling replete and extremely happy. We shall absolutely be recommending and returning! Thank you SO much.
Nice balance of friendly staff and expertise.
We were surprised how quiet the restaurant was on a Friday night which meant the restaurant was lacking in atmosphere. We felt the decor was a bit dry for our taste and with the lighting meant it was difficult to read the menu. The food was good but felt there was a little bit too much emphasis on style over substance and the desserts were a little to sweet.
wine overpriced in my opinion
really enjoyed our Market Menu meal with matched wine. The apple dessert was stunning. We intend to call again when we next visit Edinburgh
Wonderful meal and service.
The best food in Edinburgh, sublime.
Food was excellent although the experience was a little spoiled by the lighting, it was difficult with some dishes to actually see what we were eating which is a big part of the experience. Wines were overpriced with 3-400% mark up on retail price of some wines. Was disappointed with the corridor to the rest rooms, not what I would expect of a restaurant with a fine dining label
I recently posted feedback know on your Facebook page. Thank you so much for a fabulous afternoon of food and wine and lovely friendly service. Definitely be back!!
Our second time in the restaurant and it was every bit as good as the last. Great food and great service. Have already recommended it to friends and family. I've marked 5 stars in every box, except value for money, but that's only because I'd say that some of the wine is a bit more expensive than it possibly could be.