In June 2006, The Kitchin, a new wave of Michelin star dining, arrived on
Edinburgh’s shore, and since then has taken the restaurant scene by storm.
After only seven months of operation, the restaurant was awarded a
Michelin-star, making Tom Kitchin the youngest chef proprietor to achieve
this coveted accolade. Set in beautiful, historic Edinburgh, it is the
perfect destination for a special occasion lunch.
Through the restaurant’s philosophy ‘From Nature to Plate’, Tom Kitchin
presents a menu that is always in keeping with the seasons and demonstrates
his passion for Scottish produce. The restaurant presents modern British cuisine
influenced by French cooking techniques and an appreciation of the best
ingredients available from Scotland’s outstanding natural larder.
Guide Price: £1,970 per person based on a day return for 4 people flying by Citation from Luton. Restaurant closed Sundays and Mondays.
Other departure airports are available. Please contact us for details.
Guide Prices are low-season, entry prices. We include overseas limousine transfers but we do not include menus in our prices as we find clients prefer to make their own choices on the day.