Chinese New Year: Food & Drink offers
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The List are helping you celebrate Chinese New Year with a range of discounts and offers from some of Edinburgh's best restaurants and bars.
Sat 2 - Sun 17 Feb
Celebrate Chinese New Year at Edinburgh's finest destination Scottish restaurant, with stunning views of the Edinburgh skyline and our next door neighbour Edinburgh Castle. In celebration, Cannonball Restaurant will turn their building red and serve the most exquisite Scottish shellfish. Book ahead quoting Chinese New Year and receive a complimentary nip of Glengoyne 10y/o or Gin liqueur.
Scotch Malt Whisky Society
Sat 26 Jan - Tue 5 Feb
Receive a red envelope with proof of this advert and any purchase made at Scotch Malt Whisky Society. The envelope will contain unique SMWS items such as Tasting Glasses, pens, lapel badges or note books. Some will have drinks vouchers, dining opportunities in our restaurant The Dining Room and even bottles of whisky or Society Membership. Promotion will run in the Queen Street venue only.
Sat 2, 9 and 16 Feb
Stalls at Leith Market are celebrating Chinese New Year by offering tasty discounts and themed menus. Enjoy some Scottish Smoked Salmon and a 5% discount at Caithness Smokehouse when you quote Gong xi fa cai.
The Creperie@TheMarket hot street food traders are offering a special French/Scottish/Chinese fusion menu, so stop by for lunch or a snack.
The Hub Cafe
Tue 29 Jan - Tue 5 Feb
To celebrate Chinese New Year, The Hub have translated their menu into Mandarin. Enjoy a 10% discount on food in Cafe Hub to celebrate Chinese NY in the week before and the day of the Tue 5 Feb celebrations.
The Printing Press
Mon 5 Feb
On the day of Chinese New Year, all restaurant customers will receive a special handmade Fortune Cookie along-with an added value promotional prize-winning red envelope with their bill from The Printing Press. These envelopes will each contain a Chinese New Year message with prizes ranging from a complimentary glass of Prosecco for two when ordering a main course and complimentary Burr & Co. coffee for two when ordering a cake, breakfast or lunch item. The restaurant promotion will be extended to guests of the Principal Edinburgh George Street hotel with Fortune Cookies and Red Envelopes plus two mandarins awaiting guests on their arrival.
Harvey Nichols Forth Floor Brasserie
Mon 4 - Sat 16 Feb
Harvey Nichols Forth Floor Brasserie and La Mer are offering you an exclusive afternoon for you to celebrate Chinese New Year. Enjoy delicious petit fours and a hot beverage of your choice from the Harvey Nichols Fourth Floor Brasserie, along with an exclusive red luxury goodybag from La Mer Skincare - all for £15. Book in with Harvey Nichols Fourth Floor Brasserie to enjoy this special treat.
Cafe HubCastlehill, Royal Mile, Edinburgh, EH1 2NE
In the Edinburgh International Festival headquarters, Cafe Hub offers breakfast through to afternoon tea.
Cannonball Restaurant & BarCannonball House, 356 Castlehill, Royal Mile, Edinburgh, EH1 2NE
A historic building in a fantastic location beside the castle, serving well-presented Scottish dishes with a focus on local produce.
The Dining RoomThe Scotch Malt Whisky Society, 28 Queen Street, Edinburgh, EH2 1JX
Elegant first floor dining room in a Queen Street townhouse that showcases one of the city’s finest whisky selections.
Forth Floor Brasserie, Harvey Nichols Edinburgh34 St. Andrew Square, Edinburgh, EH2 2AD
The Forth Floor Brasserie, set within the iconic Harvey Nichols store, presents an all-day dining menu of traditional European cuisine with a modern edge. Stylish breakfasts kick off the day, through to gourmet lunches,afternoon teas and seriously good…
The Printing Press Bar & Kitchen21-25 George Street, Edinburgh, EH2 2PB
The vision of Des McDonald, one of London's leading restaurateurs, The Printing Press Bar & Kitchen serves seasonal, Scottish food which makes the most of carefully sourced local produce. Also home to a late-night bar, the venue's décor reflects the…
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