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.
Another first class evening ,our guests from Dublin and Oxford were well impressed Superb inventive cooking excellently presented
Best restaurant in Edinburgh bar none.
Thank you for another lovely meal. I usually visit Edinburgh during the Festival from Australia each year and make a point of visiting the restaurant, which never disappoints. I particularly liked the amuse bouche this year.
Hi, I booked your restaurant for myself and 11 other people on Wednesday evening last week. The experience was wonderful and the food was excellent.., some of the best I have ever had. We all agreed on this and we though the presentation and themes of the food with the Picnic was really excellent and good fun.10 of us order the wine accompaniment which the sommelier picked perfectly for each course. I cannot remember his name but please thank him, he was excellent and presented the wine with astonishing amount of knowledge and enthusiasm. He was great. The only one area that a few of us mentioned later and unfortunately would hesitate us in coming back was with the condition of the decor and toilets. It's a lovely theme and colours etc.. that you have picked, but it is now very tired. The carpet and route to the private dining room does look years past when it should have been renewed and the toilets are vert tatty. It's a shame, because it is about the food, service and atmosphere and staff.., and they are all 1st class and as good as anywhere I've been. PS, don't lose your sommelier.., we really did enjoy him. :)
A very enjoyable experience, amazing food and very helpful staff.
Superb experience. Cannot recommend highly enough.
First fine dining experience. Great food excellently presented.
Lovely touch of an anniversary card and glass of champagne. Seats not the most comfortable as very short. My husband had to ask for one of the larger ones ( he is only 10 stone so not as if he needed it for his size)
Outstanding evening of a complete food journey, with excellent presentation throughout our meal. Excellent
Exceptional meal, thank you. Had the market menu- lamb and ‘picnic’ were particularly impressive.
Lovely meal and service for a birthday/ joint hen party. Thanks you so much.
We have visited Restaurant Mark Greenaway on a number of occasions now, and it never fails to produce unique, creative and delicious food. The tasting menu was absolutely AMAZING and almost all,of the courses were new to us. Each course is beautifully crafted by Mark and his team, and each was an exploration of tastes, textures and creativity. Thank you for yet another wonderful experience.....we will be back soon!!!
The food and service were both exemplary and well worth it. The whole experience was lovely.
Restaurant needs a revamp Carpets need replaced Weeds at the entrance ?
Inspiring food, Mark. Really jaw dropping and creative. Your sommelier was also highly informative. Great night, thank you team MG. Del.
Absolutely stunning dining experience! I couldn’t stop smiling throughout our meal and we are still talking about it. This was our second visit and looking forward to returning again. This restaurant is a must when visiting Edinburgh - you won’t be disappointed
Excellent food, attentive and knowledgeable staff, taster menu and wine flight, a must !!!! SUPERB !!!!!
Honestly it was truly an enjoyable evening, the food was delicious, well presented, perfectly explained at the start of every course. The atmosphere was welcoming and peaceful (allbeit a bit on the warm side - i will attribute that to the time of year though) The selection of food was varied and the friendliness and attentiveness of the staff was excellent. I could easily spend many many more hours here and the next time we are in Edinburgh this is somewhere we will make a special effort to visit again.
We went to the restaurant after hearing good reviews from friends, but except for the unique presentation style the visit was simply not worth it. We decided to go for the 4 course menu which was extremely cream heavy, it tasted as though the chef was trying to make up for a lack of flavour by adding more butter and cream. This started with the amuse bouche and carried right through till the the end. Service was also lacklustre at best and does not compare well to other higher end restaurants in Edinburgh such as the Kitchin (which I highly recommend). Dishes were left on the table for ages, staff had to be asked multiple times to refill our water even though the waiter to table ratio seemed to be close to 1:1 (they all looked busy chatting or polishing wine glasses however) Overall this was a disappointing experience. The courses were occasionally good, but more usually forgettable. The service failed to live up to the standard one would expect at a restuarant, especially at the price point of the restaurant. The only positive was the unique and interesting presentation of the meals including a picnic basket for the second course and neat style for the other courses.
Fabulous from start to finish! Staff are so welcoming, knowledgable and friendly. Food and wine pairings are amazing!
It was a great place to celebrate our daughter's graduation as a family. Opted for the matched wines to go with the meal which were excellent.
Have visited MG two years ago, although food was just alright, i was impressed by the fancy plating and the heart put in the dishes. Two years later i revisited on my graduation dinner, only experienced a 5 hours long wait for a 7 course meal and the plating was simple seems not much thoughts put in it. Food was very bad and totally not worth the money, not one single dishes surprised me or make me want more. The wait was painful as well. Service was not impolite but totally not the service standard i expect for a 75 pounds meal. Dissapointed and ruined my graduation night.
A wonderful tasting and creatively presented meal with personal service. what else can you ask for. Please go if you get the chance.
i cannot imagine you doing anything wrong in the kitchen!
Derive needs to improve . On our visit staff stood around and talked amount themselves rather than acknowledge guest arrival and seat people at tables or top up water etc. Sommelier was excellent though. No a la carte menu- which was a disappointment