It felt like an authenic bistro night out. Small busy restaurant. Unassuming and just simply good. Party of 6, not a single thing to complain about. Had a lovely evening.
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This small restaurant had excellent food and offered a wide variety of choices. We loved everything. For starters we had mussels, corn soup, venison terrine. Main courses were lamb rump, code and risotto. The lamb was tender and perfectly cooked.
The restaurant is quite small and rather busy 9booking recommended), although the team does their best to receive guests. The food is very good: fresh and well done. Corn soup, mussels, lamb, duck - i can recommend almost everything on the menu as we came...More
We went to this casual quirky French restaurant. One waitress covered all the tables doing her best to meet everyone's needs. The duck was excellent as was my husband's sea bass. The hot chocolate was delicious and not too sweet and the coffee creme brûlée...More
As a fan of Ian Rankin, famous author, I had to visit his favourite watering hole The Oxford Inn. While there I asked the young guy behind the bar for a restaurant recommendation. Cafe Marlayne is a couple hundred yards from the pub and was...More
We have been dining at Cafe Marlayne for many years, more or less since it's opening, and this restaurant has never disappointed. Marvellous value at lunchtime. Delicious flavours and friendly staff. Service is efficient and the dining room buzzes with the sound of happy diners....More
Fantastic food and reasonably priced, not a massive menu choice but enough for everyone to find something they liked. Would definitely visit again.
I always enjoy visiting this restaurant. The food is very good and a nice wine list. Service is very helpful and efficient. Reasonably priced and a good atmosphere. I will continue to return whenever I am in Edinburgh