Wedgwood serves inventive, modern Scottish dishes – inspired by fresh local ingredients. Chef Paul Wedgwood is a big believer in the quality of raw ingredients and goes to unusual lengths to find just the right products, whether that is dealing with countless artisan suppliers or foraging wild salad leaves and herbs for the next day's lunch dishes. The menu changes seasonally and includes dishes like baked hake served with kale, saffron mash, smoked salmon basil and lemon butter. There are so many tempting options, Wedgwood has introduced ‘Deciding Time' where guests are given canapés and a glass of Champagne while they ponder the menu. The ambiance is relaxed and informal, service efficient but unhurried. There is a private dining room downstairs that seats 18.
What cuisine is on offer at Wedgwood The Restaurant?
Wedgwood menus complement what each season has to offer, ensuring that you enjoy the finest seasonal produce which means they get a complete overhaul four times a year! The menus are tailored on a daily basis to encompass the availability of the freshest products. Foraged foods such as salad leaves and herbs put in a regular appearance on Wedgwood the Restaurant’s menu.
What is the signature dish at Wedgwood The Restaurant?
Paul gains inspiration for his style of dishes from regular travels around the world. Favourite dishes in the restaurant include Panko and black sesame crusted mullet or Pork belly, Diver caught scallops wrapped in caul fat. Paul is also renowned for using interesting wild herbs and salads which feature regularly on the menu especially at lunchtime.
What makes a meal at Wedgwood The Restaurant unique?
Wedgwood are so proud to be situated in the heart of this culinary city and as ever, they promise to keep strong to their ethos of sourcing the finest local produce and ingredients, creating innovative dishes to wow you and your guests. Their passion is wild food and foraging and as each season comes upon us you will see more of these delights appear on the menu.