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St James Quarter

City of Edinburgh

St James Quarter is a game-changing new heart for Edinburgh, offering the biggest retail and leisure district Scotland has ever seen. The galleria features an enviable line-up of brands, many of which have arrived in Scotland for the first time.


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Edinburgh Seafood Festival returns to St James Quarter Edinburgh from Friday, 31st March to Sunday, 2nd April. 

An unmissable, fun-filled weekend for seafood lovers and foodies, guests can enjoy a jam-packed schedule of exciting events and activities, plus the chance to sample delicious seafood dishes across the Quarter. 

Experience the tastes of the sea in the heart of the city at our Seafood and Street Food Market on Register Square. Here, you can buy fresh Scottish fish and seafood, and learn cooking techniques from our very own fishmonger, or tuck into delicious dishes from street-food traders, offering everything from fish and chips to seafood tapas, pizzas to poke bowls. You'll also have a rare chance to meet the team from Isle of Harris Gin, and sample or buy their award-winning gin. 

On Saturday 1st and Sunday 2nd April, the Seafood Stage will play host to a series of Chef demonstrations from experts including Chef Gary Maclean, Chef Teddy Lee, Chef Brian Grigor, and the creative team from the newly opened, Duck & Waffle.

Guests can immerse themselves in a world of seafood at the Quarter's many eating and drinking destinations. There's a pop-up Champagne and Oyster Bar in Bonnie & Wild on 1st April, a special seafood menu in Ka Pao, a Greek take on the classic fish and chips at The Real Greek, and an Oyster Happy Hour at Duck & Waffle plus so much more!

Finally, Chef Gary Maclean will host an exclusive, intimate cooking demonstration and book signing in the Miele showroom (on level 2) in their state-of-the-art Kitchen within the Quarter.

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