The Boat House is on the shoreline of the Forth, between the two spectacular bridges, in the Edinburgh suburb of South Queensferry. This brainchild of Suzanne and, head chef, Paul Steward is made up of a cocktail bar, a bistro and wine bar and a restaurant, each having a distinct character. Entry is through the cocktail bar at street level, with a few steps down to the bistro. Here the floor to ceiling windows and decking terrace provide stunning views of the bridges and the firth of Forth, whilst the stone walled restaurant is directly on the water’s edge. Fish and seafood are the specialties, but Paul also prides himself on the fine Angus beefsteaks. There is a well-chosen wine list with a sensible price range.
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"If you’re looking to impress, hop on a bus to The Boat House in South Queensferry. It’s so popular you can’t book, so arrive early and keep everything crossed. Any delays can be remedied in the cocktail bar upstairs. Once seated in the bistro, all you need to do is drink in the view of the Firth of Forth through the floor-to-ceiling windows. The two iconic bridges will steal the limelight as you feast on super-fresh sea food. The mussels are always a winner, but you can’t beat fish and chips by the shore. Or if you want to up your chances, order the oysters!"
Information on The Boat House , 22 High Street , South Queensferry , Edinburgh
Open: Daily 10:00-23:30
Seating Capacity: 45
Accreditation: Good Food Guide 3/10
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