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: £££
Last minute booking in the morning and fantastic meal. Will be back.
The usual excellent food and service. They even went beyond the call of duty in making a soufflé for my dessert although I would have settled for a dessert from the menu.
We had a lovely evening and really appreciated being able to take our time to enjoy the excellent food and service.
Thank you Chef and your Team for a truly wonderful experience . See you all again in May ❤️😁
Artichoke soup was outstanding and, as always, service was first class
Fabulous evening and delicious food would highly recommend
Great night thank you, my friends had a great night, loved the food and service.
Excellent food, service and attention to detail.
Food is always top quality. Service has slipped over the last few years though. Nothing major but few little things. On this occasion we hadn’t ordered drinks when the waiter came to take our food order, we ordered bread and butter but it never arrived, we weren’t asked if we wanted drinks replenished and the bill arrived at our table before we’d asked for it leaving us feeling a bit rushed.
Last minute Thursday night booking, excellent and as good as ever.
Meal and service was amazing. Best part was the warm greeting on a very wet day where we looked like drowned rats. All the food was lovely eating off both the a la carte and the express lunch menu. Only negative feedback is that the scallop starter was one scallop cut in 2. Rest was all fantastic and a really good start to a short break.
Very friendly and profesional staff. Food and wines are excellent.
Portion size for main course was very small. I had 2 or 3 scallops only. My husband’s fish portion was also small.Taste was good but not enough to come back. Our main course took over 45minutes to arrive only after asking about it. A token of free dessert was an acknowledgement of the error. Not a restaurant I would return to.
Great food and service
A great place to enjoy fabulous food and excellent service.
Service seemed a bit pressurised. Only 3 of the 7 gins on the menu were available. The view of the kitchen servery area from our table was not good, the portion of green beans with the Chateaubriand was very small, the goats cheese and asparagus tartlet was rather small and the asparagus was cold. The Chateaubriand, the cheese souffle and tarte tatin were all excellent. The ladies toilet was not exactly in the condition one would expect in a good restaurant. Overall, a somewhat disappointing experience compared with our previous experience at Loch Lomond and the Cook School.
Fabulous as always. Not cheap but head and shoulders one of best in Edinburgh. My guests were blown away with quality of food and service.
Beautiful restaurant with excellent food, decent value considering the quality. Couple of let downs - why are couples seated at the smallest tables where the placemats overlap when all other larger tables for 2 are free - are not occupied all evening. We were not the only couple to be placed at the small tables - only given larger table (reluctantly it seemed) when we made a point. Staff were nice enough however were a bit disorganised - lots of different staff at our table in short space of time and then nobody for ages plus had to keep asking for water to be refilled. Food was so good though and such a lovely place, we will be back
We had to wait too long between starter and main course. The food was excellent but we felt like our main courses were forgotten.
Good for everything. Glad we checked the final bill as there were a couple of errors. Didn’t really expect that but it got sorted out quickly and plus recommend the restaurant
Having been to this restaurant previously and had an excellent evening we were very much looking forward to visiting again. We had to ask for menus after being at our table for 30 minutes, the service in every respect was dire: extremely slow, completely lacking in attention and cheerfulness. The starter which arrived after an hour was good but the main course, another half and hour was cold. We didn’t wait for dessert. Value for money non existent. All in all a hugely disappointing meal. We will not be going back. Martin Wishart and his team, whose reputation this restaurant trades upon need to do something quickly to sort it out.
Always a pleasure to visit The Honours. We have been on 6 occasions and always had an excellent time. The food, ambience and service are outstanding.
Could not fault the food but was appalled at the miniscule amount of greens I ordered as a side dish costing £4.95.
We had an excellent all round experience at lunch yesterday. Thank you and well done.