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: £££
A fabulous dining experience as always. We brought my Auntie along for her first visit and she loved it.
Fantastic Birthday lunch. All 7 of us had a great experience and wonderful food.
The crab starter was ‘taster menu’ size - 3 mouth-fulls but the food was perfectly cooked and beautifully presented. Service brisk if a little careless at times. We have been going since it opened and probably will again but they now have a strong competitor in Hawksmoor.
Every time I come it is excellent. Never had a bad experience with you. Thanks for another great evening
We have been regulars at this restaurant. Yesterday we had a special occasion with friends up from London. We made our booking several weeks in advance. Despite this, we were allocated the table next to the toilets and kitchen. We asked to be moved to a table which was empty but the manager refused to move us and frankly was quite rude. You have just lost a regular customer. Very poor.
Perfect celebratory meal, we first came in November for our daughter’s 21st birthday, last night was our 27th wedding anniversary and we simply couldn’t have had better service or more delicious food. Perfect in every way - thank you xxx
Food was impeccable. Staff was very attentive and service was great. I would highly recommend this restaurant to all my friends.
We had a thoroughly enjoyable night. Service and food superb
Had a wonderful lunch. We will be back.
The Honours provides a superb dining experience with a varied menu to suit all tastes. As well as the excellent dishes prepared by the kitchen team the front of house staff go the extra mile to make your visit feel special, they are helpful and very attentive but not in a 'stuffy' or overpowering way. We will definitely make a return visit. Thanks to everyone for making our 31st wedding anniversary a memorable occasion.
Always wonderful in every aspect, each meal automatically becomes a special occasion. We who are lucky enough to live in Edinburgh return again and again. Visitors should be sure to have the experience at least once.
Excellent service and delicious food. We will definitely be back.
Casual/Elegant. Enjoyed pre-dinner drinks at the bar. Amazing food, the himalayan salt aged sirloin was to die for, probably best meat ever. Service was overall very good thanks to our main Australian waiter, did not catch his name. Would definitely go back!
We’ve dined at the Honours on two occasions now and have enjoyed each experience equally. The menu is inventive and varied, the quality of the food superb and the service outstanding. We’d not hestitate to recommend the Honours as a lunch or dinner venue to anyone visiting Edinburgh who loves to eat.
Had a fantastic evening the food was sublime.
Excellent leaisurely lunch in central location. Food is top notch with a good wine list.
Good enough food. Reasonable service. Would go back
An excellent meal with great service. Fairly quiet at lunchtime, which was good for us. Can recommend the cheese soufflé starter and duck main. The cocktails and wine are always well chosen and reasonably priced.
Delicious is the way to describe the food and the ambience is relaxed elegance - very enjoyable evening
Reluctantly gave 5 stars for VFM since menu was SO expensive. High end London prices. On a flying visit amidst Fringe shows we didn’t do it justice but for a special event it would feel worth every penny! Well done. Will recommend.
Took my mum here for a birthday meal and it was great. Food was lovely, staff were friendly and we were given plenty time to enjoy our meal. A little treat for my mum's birthday at the end of the meal just topped off a fantastic evening. Thank you.
Not up to the normal high standards, No bread with the meal, you appeared to be short staffed and the overall experience was lacking it’s normal finesse. Still be back though, just not soon
The ambience feels very “corporate”. No atmosphere at all but that’s the only slight negative and certainly didn’t bother us, just an observation. Service very good, friendly and attentive although I felt we were pushed slightly quickly through the dinner service but that may have been because there weren’t that many diners. Food quality excellent and beautifully presented.
Lovely meal in a great restaurant. Veal tartare and chateaubriand were excellent in particular.
Re - dinner at The Honours, my wife & I, 7th August 2018. 7.00pm. I found the somewhat dictatorial stipulations at booking stage irritating, such as: table required back at 9.00pm, up until 48 hours before reservation time to amend booking, no shows or late cancellations will be charged at £35.00 per person, having to call or email restaurant to confirm 24 hours prior to reservation, reserving the right to cancel our booking if you cannot contact us on the day of reservation. All of these stipulations gave me the impression that The Honours were doing us the honour of allowing us to dine therein as long as I complied with all prior dictats. In the event, we found the service, food and drink to be faultless to the point of excellence, and lacking the autocratic nature of the booking stipulations. David Hollingdale Edinburgh