December 26, 2012 Review of the Year No Comments

Seafood Chowder from the King's Wark

I escaped to Glasgow for a couple of “quests in the west” in April, with both Martha’s and the Butterfly and the Pig offering outstanding dining experiences.

In Edinburgh, it was a seafood month, with joyful experiences at the Ship on the Shore, the King’s Wark and Café Fish.

Pork terrine from Plumed Horse

Other highlights included Pierre Victoire, the excellent Sunday roast at the Antiquary, and a couple of lovely return visits to Hula.

Nothing was a lower-light all year for MJ than Hamilton’s.

Most popular review of the month was our trip to the Plumed Horse. We enjoyed an excellent lunchtime visit, with a supreme ham hock and black pudding terrine being the particular standout dish. I look forward to another visit in 2013.

Written by BKR