Urry is right on trend with new Scandinavian opening
At the same time as new research shows that Scandinavian food is one of the fastest growing casual dining sectors, behind burgers, a new restaurant specialising in just that has opened in Edinburgh called Seasons Restaurant & Bar.
The new restaurant, the brain child of Matthew Urry, is as the name suggests, all about seasonal food which has been sourced by the chef-proprietor and head chef Alexander Dusak, locally from Scotland and from Scandinavia.
Seasons point of difference is that it presents diners with a list of their finest seasonal ingredients when they sit down, and its these ingredients which form the back bone of the ever-changing five or seven-course menu.
The website says, “We ask for you to put your trust in our ethos and our team to produce something special, fresh and seasonal. This will be an experience you will not forget in a hurry and hopefully you will fall in love with new produce and of course us.”
As well as seasonal dishes Urry is also pairing food with wine, cocktails or beer.
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