Bass Rock Bistro (North Berwick) Reviews
Newest Review: ... the outside, it looked like a tiny little café! The bistro is, however, quite TARDIS like, being much larger on the inside than out. The restaurant has tables to seat over 50 people arranged in an 'L' shape. The tables in the far corner are arranged almost as booths, allowing diners an illusion of privacy. The interior is tastefully decorated with, as expected, a seafood theme. The tables were well laid out, with expensive looking tablecloths and nice cutlery. All in all, a good start to the meal, after the unprepossessing exterior! For my starter, I knew before arrival what I wanted. The bistro is famed for its Scottish mussels, availa... more
Customer Bass Rock Bistro (North Berwick) Reviews (1)
by - written on 29/07/09 (Very useful, 219 readings)
The Bass Rock Bistro is a relatively new restaurant (opened in 2003), which has gained an enviable reputation for serving first class seafood. The restaurant is located in the little East Lothian town of North Berwick, within a couple of hundred yards of the shore. The restaurant is named for the Bass Rock; a huge, volcanic 'plug' that rises from the sea bed only a mile of so offshore from North Berwick. The bistro's owners pride themselves on supplying meals with the philosophy 'high quality local ingredients, simply and expertly prepared'. Having read about its gorgeous seafood, I was keen to try the bistro during my stay in East ... Read the complete review
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