The Printing Press Bar & Kitchen brings to its tables the finest ingredients Scotland’s larder has to offer. The restaurant on George Street nods to the capital’s rich literary heritage. Number 25 was home in the 1780s to the acclaimed novelist Susan Ferrier, the equal of Jane Austen according to Sir Walter Scott, and Robert Burns was a frequent visitor. Late in 1840, records show one John Oliphant living there – and Oliphant’s and Ferrier’s descendants founded Oliphant, Anderson and Ferrier, one of Scotland’s most prestigious publishing houses.
The menu makes full use of seasonal, Scottish produce. “We set out to create seasonal dishes that are bursting with the flavours of local produce, making use of the world-class quality ingredients in Scotland is something we have rightfully championed.” Colin Flemming, Head Chef.