NEWS : The Creel Deal: Edinburgh Restaurants Celebrate Top Scottish Seafood

Three top Edinburgh restaurants have secured an exclusive partnership with Amity Fish Company to supply the city with some of Scotland’s best lobsters and langoustine.

Badger & Co. on Castle Street, Kyloe Restaurant & Grill on Rutland Street and Element on Rose Street will be serving up top quality lobster from Amity Fish Company of Peterhead.

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Amity Fish Company is headed up by star of the BBC’s BAFTA award-winning series ‘Trawlerman’, Jimmy Buchan. Jimmy has fished the waters of the North East of Scotland for over forty years and has built up an enviable reputation for sourcing top quality Scottish seafood. Amity Fish Company is a certified sustainable seafood company by the Marine Stewardship Council which is working to end over-fishing and ensure a bright future for wild seafood.

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The three restaurants are owned by Signature Pub Group. Each of the restaurants will be serving the best lobster from Amity Fish Company on a special menu to celebrate Scottish seafood. The speciality will revolve around lobster rolls to highlight the taste sensation of Scottish lobster.

To make the most of the menu, Signature Pub Group has worked with Andante Bakery in Morningside to produce the perfect bread roll to complement the lobster. The lobster will be served in a New England style roll that is light and buttery, drizzled with lemon and herb butter and served with hand-cut chips and a side salad.

Group Executive Chef of Signature Pub Group, Ross Ingleson’s aim was to source the best produce to make top-quality Scottish seafood more accessible to the general public.

The Scottish lobster rolls are now being served from Element, Badger & Co. and Kyloe Restaurant & Grill. Kyloe Restaurant & Grill will be serving the lobster rolls with hand-cut chips and a side salad for £15. Badger & Co and Element will be serving the lobster rolls with hand-cut chips, a side salad and a glass of Provence rosé wine for £20.

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