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Balmoral Hotel, 1 Princes St · interesting places nearby
Hadrian’s Brasserie information
The brasserie at the Balmoral Hotel has a 1930s art-deco feel, with pale-green walls, dark-wood furniture, and waiters dressed in white aprons and black waistcoats. The menu includes posh versions of popular dishes such as fish and chips, haggis with whisky sauce, and rump steak with Café de Paris sauce.