Edinburgh restaurant, Gardener’s Cottage, is expanding with the launch of a new premises – Quay Commons – in Leith.
Renowned for a focus on seasonality and experimentation, Gardener’s Cottage is considered one of the capital’s most coveted dining destinations.
Since launching in 2012, the restaurant has secured glowing reviews from revered food critics, Jay Rayner and AA Gill, and awards such as ‘Waitrose Good Food Guide Reader’s Restaurant of the Year’.
Occupying a former bonded warehouse at 92 Commercial Street, Quay Commons is an open plan bakery, with a bar and eating space where patrons can enjoy a daily market menu alongside bread, house-cured charcuterie and carefully selected wines.
Co-Founder and Chef Proprietor, Dale Mailley, comments:
“We are humbled to be opening a sister restaurant to our much-loved, Gardener’s Cottage, and that Leith – an iconic part of Edinburgh with such a rich heritage of food – will be our home.
“As we get up and running in our new premises, we extend an invitation to all, to visit us for a coffee, a glass of wine or a slice of freshly baked sourdough.”