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The Bread Street Brasserie at the Point Hotel in Edinburgh has reopened after a major refurbishment. General manager, Ronald Little told DRAM, “It has been a complete overhaul of the interior, from floor to ceiling. The services, tiling, furniture, and the menu have all been completely changed. We have a new breakfast bar and black and white tiling, with grey furniture and teal upholstery.
“It has been very well received as has the new menu, which has been adapted to represent seasonal Scottish food and produce. We got 8/10 in a review in a national paper at the weekend, so we are happy with how it has been received.”
The hotel is also undergoing major work ahead of becoming part of the Doubletree by Hilton portfolio and is expected to be finished for December.
Ronald said, “We have two of the four floors completed just now and work is underway on the third. In about five weeks work on the fourth floor will start. Everything seems to be going well so far and we just need to make sure we work to get their on schedule.”

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