£35 for a 4-course whisky tasting menu for 2 at Daft Jamie's Restaurant & Silent Still Dining Room

There’s nothing foolish about this kgbdeal. Although, if you don’t snag this deal, you’ll be the fool! Daft Jamies is dishing out an offer you can’t turn down. For only £27, you’ll get a 2-course meal and wine for two.

Your 2-course meal will include a start, any 2 entrees and wine.

Daft Jamies offers a unique menu. Like the seasons change, so does their menu. Using only seasonal, fresh and local ingredients, the master chefs at Daft Jamies always whip up the most delightful dishes; each packed with flavor! Known for their whisky tasting menu, each selection consist of carefully selected Scottish malt beverages with their paired dishes.

Whisky and the brisk Scottish air get along like old friends. Inspiring, charming and full of history, drinking whisky is quite the art that has turned many a stranger in to a confidant. With today’s deal you’ll get to enjoy a four course whisky tasting menu for two at the Daft Jamie’s Restaurant & Silent Still Dining Room for only £35.

<b>The Four Course Whisky Tasting Menu:</b>

<b>Chargrilled Scottish Salmon & Lobster Salad</b>

Seasonal Asparagus and Saffron Potato Salad with a Whisky & Honey Dressing

(Made with Glengoyne 10 year old)

<b>Leek & Watercress Soup</b>

Fresh Spring Leek Soup flavoured with a Peppery Whisky Crème Fraiche

(Made with Old Pulteney 12 year old)

<b>Rosshire Shoulder of Lamb with a Malt Whisky Broth</b>

Slow Cooked Lamb, Scotch Barley Broth served with Peas & Mint

(Made with Cragganmore 12 year old)

<b>Crannachan</b>

Raspberries soaked in a Whisky Syrup, Toasted Oats, Honey Scented Cream served with Oatmeal Shortbread Biscuit

(Made with Lagavulin 16 year old)

Nestled in the heart of the Royal Mile, this local favourite is a welcoming quirky eatery, that prides itself on serving up good quality, locally sourced food and drink with character and passion. You will also get a rare opportunity to sample and savour single malts from Scotland’s silenced and demolished distilleries.

The relaxed atmosphere will make you want to while away your entire evening, but it’s the ambience and tastes of classic Scottish dishes that will have you coming back again and again.

Aff KGB Edinburgh

£35 for a 4-course whisky tasting menu for 2 at Daft Jamie's Restaurant & Silent Still Dining Room

There’s nothing foolish about this kgbdeal. Although, if you don’t snag this deal, you’ll be the fool! Daft Jamies is dishing out an offer you can’t turn down. For only £27, you’ll get a 2-course meal and wine for two.

Your 2-course meal will include a start, any 2 entrees and wine.

Daft Jamies offers a unique menu. Like the seasons change, so does their menu. Using only seasonal, fresh and local ingredients, the master chefs at Daft Jamies always whip up the most delightful dishes; each packed with flavor! Known for their whisky tasting menu, each selection consist of carefully selected Scottish malt beverages with their paired dishes.

Whisky and the brisk Scottish air get along like old friends. Inspiring, charming and full of history, drinking whisky is quite the art that has turned many a stranger in to a confidant. With today’s deal you’ll get to enjoy a four course whisky tasting menu for two at the Daft Jamie’s Restaurant & Silent Still Dining Room for only £35.

<b>The Four Course Whisky Tasting Menu:</b>

<b>Chargrilled Scottish Salmon & Lobster Salad</b>

Seasonal Asparagus and Saffron Potato Salad with a Whisky & Honey Dressing

(Made with Glengoyne 10 year old)

<b>Leek & Watercress Soup</b>

Fresh Spring Leek Soup flavoured with a Peppery Whisky Crème Fraiche

(Made with Old Pulteney 12 year old)

<b>Rosshire Shoulder of Lamb with a Malt Whisky Broth</b>

Slow Cooked Lamb, Scotch Barley Broth served with Peas & Mint

(Made with Cragganmore 12 year old)

<b>Crannachan</b>

Raspberries soaked in a Whisky Syrup, Toasted Oats, Honey Scented Cream served with Oatmeal Shortbread Biscuit

(Made with Lagavulin 16 year old)

Nestled in the heart of the Royal Mile, this local favourite is a welcoming quirky eatery, that prides itself on serving up good quality, locally sourced food and drink with character and passion. You will also get a rare opportunity to sample and savour single malts from Scotland’s silenced and demolished distilleries.

The relaxed atmosphere will make you want to while away your entire evening, but it’s the ambience and tastes of classic Scottish dishes that will have you coming back again and again.

Aff KGB Edinburgh