Sunday - Closed
Monday - Closed
Tuesday - 12pm - 2pm, 6pm - 9.30pm
Wednesday- 12pm - 2pm, 6pm - 9.30pm
Thursday- 12pm - 2pm, 6pm- 9.30pm
Friday- 12pm- 2pm, 5.30pm- 9.30pm
Saturday- 12pm - 2pm, 5.30pm - 9.30pm
About The Honours
Having launched the Michelin-starred Restaurant Martin Wishart in 1999, Martin Wishart at Loch Lomond in Cameron House Hotel in 2008 and his exclusive Cook School in 2007, Martin opened The Honours Brasserie to great acclaim in 2011.
Martin aims to further strengthen Scotland's reputation for good food and to inspire others with his unequivocal enthusiasm for the very best traditional and modern French cuisine. The Honours Brasserie represents the exciting next step of his journey.
The restaurant's name makes reference to the moment in Scottish history when Sir Walter Scott — who lived nearby — uncovered the Scottish Crown Jewels, also known as The Honours of Scotland.
In addition, the name owes a debt to a rare 18th century book, "the Honours of the Table". In this celebrated volume, the author, Rev. Dr. John Trusler, advised the youth of the day on table etiquette, exclaiming that: "To do the honours of a table gracefully, is one of the outlines of a well-bred man..."
Dress Code: Smart Casual
Price point: £££
Great evening, great food, great service. THanks
How much room do I have for my text? All was good or excellent and you will learn nothing if we go into that. There are negative points if you are inclined to read, you may improve. £175 is a lot of money for a meal and all needs to be excellent. Crab starter underwhelming and lacking taste intensity. Fillet steak came with one stick of asparagus and no other accompaniements-astonishing. (Potatoes and veg are cheap and would cost you pennies to add) The tiny blob of bone marrow was tasteless in my opinion and unpleasant in my wife's opinion. Dessert again underwhelming. cappuccino coffees warm (not hot!,) with a biscuit that could have been out a packet and coco nibs which everyone knows are inedible Service very good but the staff rushed, almost ran up up and down the restaurant all evening not lending to a relaxed atmosphere for diners. Decor lacks imagination and visual interest (dark walls with large gold circles) Highlight were the intense, reduced sauces but the meat they accompanied seemed to lack taste and texture. Portions stingy. We had hoped for a meal that would score 90% or over at this price but it scored 77% being outscored on a value basis by a very large number of other restaurants we have been to over the years. This sounds like a horrible experience which it wasn't but with a little effort and thought, the experience could have easily been improved with almost no extra cost to Martin Wishart.
This is the best brasserie in Edinburgh by a country mile. The food and service is always of such a high standard it is very very difficult to find anything to complain about. Unless you are the type of person who has to complain about something
I have been to this restaurant lots of times and enjoyed ever minuet if it, but this time I feel it needs a complete make over, its very tired the staff also seem to be just going through the motions. The menu should also be scraped as it’s been the same since forever, specials are fine now and again but this time a £15 supplement if you wanted to order the steak that’s way too much. It’s lost it’s mojo time for a change guys.
I would have liked the wait staff to have a better command of the English language
Everything was perfect. Shall return.
Delicious and excellent service.
Excellent service, beautiful decor And the food quality and attention to detail as good as I remember from my visit 2 years ago. Thankyou
Seemed to be waitresses first day- although everyone has to start somewhere and she was really nice. Food was fabulous. Took way too long for the Mains to be served.
Delicious starter and main courses. The service was good and efficient.
It was delightful, had a lovely time.
Had a great time, everything was perfect! Will be back.
We had a lovely night, the staff were all incredibly nice and the food was delicious - highly recommended.
Lovely people. Great food
We had a lovely meal. The service was excellent and overall it was extremely good value for money.
First visit to this restaurant and was greatly impressed. First class food ingredients and cooking and presentation was very impressive. Staff are very good. Will return soon.
Had the early bird dinner. Fantastic food and value for money. Liked the fact you could get a carafe of wine instead of glass or bottle.
We absolutely loved the whole experience. The food was amazing and beautifully presented and the staff were attentive without being obtrusive.
Fantastic food, service and environment. We love eating here, and I can fully recommend you leave some of the more complicated decision making, such as wine pairing, to the team. They get it right every time, and you'll always come away both surprised and delighted.
Thoroughly enjoyed being guests here on our wedding anniversary. Very attentive staff, special thanks to the sommelier who was extremely informative and our waiter who was very helpful with our queries. Each course was delicious and we will definitely recommended this restaurant to anyone looking for a fabulous evening.
The usual high standard of service and food
My favourite restaurant in Edinburgh for reliability on all fronts. Lunch menu always excellent and good value. Service immaculate. Whole experience enjoyable.
We had an exquisite meal, (as always), we particularly appreciated the advice of the sommelier and the quality of the cocktails! But all the staff looked after us so well. I love this place, it's tranquil and the food is always perfection in an interesting and beautiful way.
Amazing food, faultless service and and great decor.