Seafood Restaurant and Bar serving sustainable Scottish seafood with simplicity and style.
Seafood is the speciality of the day, everyday, at The Ship on the Shore; that, and the finest Champagne, is what makes this waterside Scottish restaurant a ship well worth boarding.
The Ship on the Shore has been impressing seafood lovers for the past five years. Firmly established as a gourmet destination, the restaurant combines a vast array of fresh Scottish seafood with fine champagne, in a cosy, nautically-inspired cocoon, fronted by a dining terrace right on the shore of the Water of Leith.
For diners in search of delectable delights from the sea, The Ship on the Shore is the ultimate seafood destination, offering delicious treats such as Fruits de Mer 'Royale', Seafood Platter, Smokehouse Platter, Loch Creran Oysters, Mussels, Crab, Lobster, Langoustines, Scallops, Salmon and The Ship's own recipe Bunnahabhain Smoked Salmon. Food is served all day long, with more mouth-watering choices available at breakfast, lunch and in the evening.
For diners more inclined towards the 'turf' than the 'surf', The Ship's menu also stretches to shore-bound creatures, with steak and haggis venturing forth from the kitchen. Homemade desserts and fine Scottish cheeses complete a delicious dining experience. With a refined and extensive offering of wine and champagne, and more than 20 wines offered by the glass.
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