First Look: The Spanish Butcher reveal menu for Edinburgh restaurant

The menu includes new dishes and Galician Sundays, with cuts of beef served with all the roast trimmings.

After establishing its reputation for excellent steaks and seafood dishes on Miller Street in Glasgow, The Spanish Butcher will open in Edinburgh on Friday 10 May. The Galicia meets Brooklyn proposition from Louise and James Rusk arrives on North Castle as a 90-cover restaurant in the capital.

Expect Spanish and Mediterranean-inspired flavours across the à la carte menu, married with the best homegrown produce from Scotland’s larder. Specialist cuts of steak and seafood ingredients feature on the menu, including dry-aged prime rib of beef and porterhouse cuts from the Rubia Gallega breed of cattle native to the green pastures of Galicia in north-western Spain.

Grilled Presa Iberico, 30-month aged Jamon Iberico de Bellota, whole roasted Shetland monkfish on the bone with chorizo and caperberries, grilled octopus, as well as whole roasted suckling pig to share will also be on the menu. Plus, The Spanish Butcher's appetisers including Gordal olives, Padrón peppers and Manchego truffle fries travel to the capital.

58a North Castle Street, Edinburgh EH2 3LU and 80 Miller Street, Glasgow G1 1DT

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