Edinburgh's No11 Brunswick Street Restaurant with Rooms has launched a new autumnal inspired menu bursting with seasonal flavours set to impress Edinburgh diners.
Available for just £12 for two courses or £18 for three, the menu features traditional Scottish favourites including Cullen Skink, Venison Steak and Cranachan.
With a focus on local suppliers, Scottish produce comes to the fore in the new menu dishes with plum and chilli chutney sourced from Isabellas Preserves in Aberdeenshire, quality meat from Glenrothes based John Henderson Meat, fresh fish from Welch's in Newhaven in Edinburgh, and artisan cheeses from Aberdeenshire's Devenik Dairy making up some of the ingredients used.
Experienced head chef Willie Lonnie said of the new menu "I thrive on using seasonal produce and autumn is one of my favourite seasons because of the amazing flavours that this time of year produces. Wild mushrooms is just one of the ingredients I look forward to using each year, which is why I have included locally foraged varieties on the menu paired with butternut squash and ricotta.
"I thoroughly believe in letting the ingredients speak for themselves, and believe this menu does just that - good food needn't be complicated."
On Brunswick Street in Edinburgh, 11 Brasserie can be found tucked away in a warm and welcoming Georgian Townhouse - an ideal location for Edinburgh diners to tuck in to delicious dishes on an autumn evening. A building steeped in history, the Brasserie boasts a magnificent mural on the wall depicting key characters and buildings of the time in Edinburgh.