Had a very nice evening. Ambience of restaurant was great , small and intimate. Menu had a good range of choices , food was delicious and service was first class.
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Had lunch at Olive Branch in 2016 and revisited this year. Same wonderful experience. Staff very friendly and service good. Prices reasonable. I ordered a salmon sandwich which was very good, except the bread was very hard. Otherwise, excellent. Located on Broughton Street just north...More
Loved the menu choices, the cappuccino, the carafe of water on the table and the pleasant surroundings
Booked here for a business lunch, the offer was varied from soup, sandwiches through to light bites and more substantial mains. Everything was thoughtfully presented and prepared using fresh and seasonal produce.
We had dinner at the Olive Branch when we staying in Edinburgh for the weekend. We would love to have this in our local neighbourhood at home! The service was friendly and attentive. A good varied menu. We had 2 mains, 2 desserts, 2 coffees...More
We visited the Olive Branch for our last dinner in Edinburgh. It didn’t disappoint. The service was amazing and the food was delicious. I also learned that rocket is arugula at the olive branch! I had the burger and it was cooked just right, topped...More
I've been several times for lunch and always enjoyed any starters, mains and puddings. The fish and chips and risotto are favorites. Coffee afterwards is also satisfying often with a shared pud.
One of the best of the Broughton Street new breed bistros. Relaxed, good food, small but well-selected wine list. One of the few using Open Table making it easier for Yanks to book in advance. Close to the new Marriott Courtyard and a Holiday Inn...More