ONE of Edinburgh’s top seafood restaurants is celebrating being named Scottish Restaurant of the Year.
Ondine received the title at the British Hospitality Awards in London last night (Monday).
Organised by the AA, the ceremony honours the very highest standards of food and service throughout the country.
The award comes as Ondine celebrates four years in business and follows on from other titles including Scottish Seafood Restaurant of the Year and Scottish Chef of the Year for proprietor Roy Brett.
Collecting the title in London, Roy thanked his team for helping make it possible.
“This is a special time to be working in the food and drink sector in Scotland so to receive this national award now, is a real honour,” said Roy.
“It belongs to our hard working team, our amazing suppliers who brave all weathers to bring us such special produce and to our wonderful customers who ensure Ondine has a special, social atmosphere like no other restaurant in Scotland.”
Ondine specialises in seafood and only uses produce from sustainable sources. In a review during the summer critic Jay Rayner delivered lavish praise calling Ondine, “Edinburgh’s rock”.
The restaurant is open from Monday to Saturday for lunch and dinner.
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