The Place to Eat (Edinburgh) Reviews
Description:café/restaurant. John Lewis, Second Floor, St James Centre EDINBURGH Tel: 0131 556 9121
Newest Review: ... name but I think it was Grosvenor Street. Anyway, we were all starving for a decent food. So we entered the restaurant. A warm welcome by the waiter. Made us wait in the waiting area whilst they set up the table. Please bear in mind that this restaurant is all smoking, which means no choice of non-smoking table. We weren't bothered as we were starving. The waiter came back to get ... more
Customer The Place to Eat (Edinburgh) Reviews (3)
by Tushar Tarun Bansal - written on 28/09/08
Amazingly pathetic service. The guy shouted from the other end of the restaurant that my food was coming. The paneer tikka was burnt. When the waiter asked me if the food was good, I made the worst possible face and said "Ok". In the end, they did not even bother to give me a receipt. When I called the manager, he said some great words, "Let me tell you where you were wrong", "Normally we keep the receipt. If the customer needs it, he should ask and then we will give", "You are being a difficult customer"I told him, no wonder your staff are like that. Hopeless. Dont bother going there. Indian Cavalry Club is far better and is just round the corner.
by - written on 22/07/01, updated on 22/07/01 (Very useful, 1428 readings)
I am going to tell you about my experience eating in an Indian restaurant called 'Omar Khayyam'. In my recent ops, I had mentioned that we went to visit Edinburgh. And stayed at Hilton Grosvenor which very near to the Haymarket Station. As the hotel is usually expensive for room service for food, we had decided to go to the restaurant to have our dinner. We saw this restaurant named ‘Omar Khayyam’, which is situated on the same road as Hilton. I can't remember the road name but I think it was Grosvenor Street. Anyway, we were all starving for a decent food. So we entered the restaurant. A warm welcome by the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/05/01, updated on 13/05/01 (Very useful, 109 readings)
By no stretch of the imagination is St James Centre the most impressive piece of architecture in Edinburgh. Situated on the north eastern extremity of Princes Street, at the top of the continuation of Leith Walk, it replaced the majority of St James Square and a complex of shops on two levels in the late 1960’s. St James Square itself was a magnificent Georgian Square which had the distinction of a Mr. Robert Burns (poet of the Scots) having lived in an 'apartment' there. A small corner of the original St James Square still remains, the terrace of 4 properties converted into flats that backed onto the Edinburgh Bus Station, with a path ... Read the complete review
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