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26 – 30 July 2017

Celebrating the Finest Scottish Produce

 

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Edinburgh Food Festival

Assembly’s Edinburgh Food Festival is back to tease and tantalise your tastebuds in its third year.

Last year's event attracted over 25,000 visitors.

OPENING TIMES: WED - FRI from 12pm  |  SAT & SUN from 10am

Located in Edinburgh’s George Square Gardens, the festival is run by Assembly, and is sure to whet appetites for the famous Fringe Festival starting the following week.

Offering revellers a wide variety of Scotland’s finest produce to enjoy, food producers from around the country will fill the gardens,  there’s something for everyone.

 

 
“We cannot venture far around the beautiful city of Edinburgh during the Festival without enjoying food and drink to sustain us through all the excitement and revelry. Discovering the Edinburgh Food Festival is like unlocking the door to a secret garden of great taste and refreshments; a culinary haven under the trees, far from the madding street crowds. I loved it last year and cannot wait to discover its delights all over again!”
— Shirley Spear, co-founder of The Three Chimneys on the Isle of Skye and author of the Marmalade Bible

EAT MHOR

Nestled away in the the Perthshire Highlands is Monachyle Mhor, an effortlessly cool hotel run by Chef Proprietor Tom Lewis and family. Fit with a kitchen garden serving up edible flowers and seasonable herbs, and hosting a working farm rearing cows, pigs, chickens and ducks, the food at Monachyle is farmed, foraged and grown right on their doorstep. Heavily awarded by publications from Conde Nast Traveller to the Sunday Times, Monachyle Mhor offers diners world-class modern, Scottish dishes.

Monachyle Mhor’s Chef Proprietor, Tom Lewis is bringing the Mhor charm - from food to style - to Scotland’s capital, for two nights only, for the culinary masterpiece, Eat Mhor at Edinburgh Food Fest.

Offering a 6-course tasting menu wrapped up in the glamour of the famous Speigeltent du Variete, guests will be given a one-of-a-kind dining experience.

Tom has been at the helm of Monachyle’s kitchen since 1999, recently passing it over to Head Chef Marysia Paskowska. Renowned for his ambassadorial passion towards Scottish produce and guerrilla-style of cooking, Tom is highly regarded amongst his peers in the Scottish food scene. 

Seat guarantee and cost:

To guarantee a seat choose your reservation time below; Eat Mhor at Edinburgh Food Festival is priced at £75 per person; this includes 6-courses. (£20 ticket prepaid to reserve seat, £55 to be paid on the night)

Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable.

STALLS & STREET FOOD

If you are passionate about food, believe you have something to contribute and would like to be a part of this year's

Festival then please apply using the link below. 

TALKS & DEBATES

SATURDAY 29th of JULY 2pm Shirley Spear, co-founder of The Three Chimneys on the Isle of Skye and author of the Marmalade Bible   “We all groan and raise our eyebrows every time we hear of Scotland’s culinary prowess linked with little more than haggis, neeps and deep-fried Mars bars. As an ancient nation, we have a heritage which goes a great deal deeper than the jocular view. This is the Year of History, Heritage and Archaeology and Scotland’s food and drink story is a fascinating one. I love to talk about our rich and colourful food history. Marmalade is just one ingredient on the larder shelves, but it speaks volumes about our long-standing connections with the wider world, still resonant in modern times."  

SATURDAY 29th of JULY

2pm

Shirley Spear, co-founder of The Three Chimneys on the Isle of Skye and author of the Marmalade Bible

 

“We all groan and raise our eyebrows every time we hear of Scotland’s culinary prowess linked with little more than haggis, neeps and deep-fried Mars bars. As an ancient nation, we have a heritage which goes a great deal deeper than the jocular view. This is the Year of History, Heritage and Archaeology and Scotland’s food and drink story is a fascinating one. I love to talk about our rich and colourful food history. Marmalade is just one ingredient on the larder shelves, but it speaks volumes about our long-standing connections with the wider world, still resonant in modern times."

 

More to be announced!

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