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First restaurant for Michelin duo to open in Edinburgh this spring

chef Brian Grigor and sommelier Glen Montgomery

eòrna*, a new Edinburgh restaurant from two of Scotland’s brightest hospitality stars – chef Brian Grigor and sommelier Glen Montgomery – will open on the city’s Hamilton Place in Stockbridge this spring.

The pair have a wealth of experience gathered from some of Scotland’s finest restaurants including two Michelin star Restaurant Andrew Fairlie, working with Michel Roux Jnr and Brian retained the Michelin star at Edinburgh’s Number One for four years. They will oversee all aspects of the restaurant as a duo – there will be no other chefs or front of house staff creating a pared back, intimate, yet sophisticated dining experience.

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The focus of the restaurant is a 12-cover countertop “chefs table” overlooking the kitchen, with Brian and Glen cooking and hosting. Diners will be served an ever evolving tasting menu using the very best seasonal ingredients and classic old-world wines. 

eòrna sample menu 

Mull cheddar Mousse, Quince and Hazelnut

Belhaven smoked Salmon, Lemon Puree, Quails Egg and Caviar

Hand Dived Orkney Scallop, Oyster Leaf, Burnt Apple

Loin of Roe Deer, Salt Baked Celeriac, Sauce Grand Veneur

“Rhubarb and Custard”

Valrhona Dark Chocolate Tart, Milk Chocolate Cremeaux, Toasted Barley Ice-Cream

For more information about opening dates visit / @eornarestaurant  or email

*eorna is the Gaelic word for barley.

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