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Spin-off bistro from The Table upstairs, serving high-quality modern French and Italian dishes from chef Sean Clark at accessible prices. Hailed by The Times as ‘another marvel’.

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3A1 Dundas Street, West End, EH3 6QG

Under The Table Restaurant Diner Reviews

Reviews of Under The Table Restaurant in EH3, West End by users of Hardens.com. Also see the editors review of Under The Table restaurant.
Charlotte L
The prix fixe lunch is very good value - ex...
Reviewed 1 months, 1 day ago

"The prix fixe lunch is very good value - excellent salsify, beef cheek and lies flottantes. Also enjoyed the pea puree and sea bass. Extensive wine list. I wish it success"

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What the Newspaper Critics are saying

The Sunday Times

Claire Sawers was enchanted by a modern European bistro in a New Town basement, bankrolled by an unlikely “sugar daddy” in the form of Hollywood’s Joe Russo, director of Avengers and Captain America, a “hardcore food geek and Scotland fan” who fell in love with chef Sean Clark’s cooking upstairs at the Table.

Where the Table is a fine-dining restaurant with a £100 evening-only tasting menu (£110 on weekends), Under the Table is a bistro with mains for less than £20, open for lunch, dinner and Sunday roasts. Not only is it good value, Claire said, but  “Clark and his team have come up with another marvel.”

“My onion tart — neat caramel coils of onion served on a frankly stupendous blob of whipped goat’s cheese, with a luxurious creaminess that’s giving me giddy flashbacks to meals upstairs.”

Claire Sawers - 2024-06-02
3A1 Dundas Street, West End, EH3 6QG

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