In light of the new restrictions announced by The Scottish Government this week, restaurants and pubs in Edinburgh will be closed from Friday 9 October at 6pm.

We are highlighting some of the businesses which you can patronise by enjoying their food at home. If you have an Edinburgh business and would like to be featured here then get in touch. editor@theedinburghreporter.co.uk

Wedgwood’s is a fine dining restaurant owned by husband and wife, Paul and Lisa Wedgwood. The restaurant works with many local producers to serve up innovative dishes with a Scottish flare.

It will continue to offer its home delivery service, that was set up in mid-March, serving the people of Edinburgh, West Lothian and East Lothian. The menu aligns with the restaurant offering; using the best ingredients that Scotland has to offer. The menu will be priced at £22.50 for three courses or courses can be ordered individually. A special main course and cheese course has been added to the evolving menu. Like all Wedgwood menus, this will change on a regular basis. Customers can place an order for delivery or collection Thursday – Sunday. 

Paul said:“I am completely shocked by this week’s announcement. I was gearing up for further restrictions to be announced, however a full closure has taken me by surprise. There’s going to be a lot of worry throughout the industry until the government announce exactly what support packages will be available. It would be useful to get clarity on the furlough scheme, without an extension this could lead to further redundancies. We will still be operating our takeaway service that we launched in mid-March, we are in a lucky position as we do have quite a few loyal customers who have supported us the whole way through.”

Wedgwood the Restaurant 267 Canongate, Royal Mile, EH8 8BQ https://www.wedgwoodtherestaurant.co.uk/takeaway