Open Hours: Noon-2:30p, 5:30p-10:30p M-Th, noon-2:30p, 5:30p-11p F & Sa, 5:30p-10:30p Su
At Creelers you can go Bistro-style, or you can dine in more formal surroundings. The opulence and price are determined by your choice. The content of ... More
At Creelers you can go Bistro-style, or you can dine in more formal surroundings. The opulence and price are determined by your choice. The content of the menu also depends to a large extent on what the fishermen managed to outwit earlier in the day. This means that the fish are very fresh, as you would expect. Mind you, if you're dragging along someone who refuses to eat anything scaly then don't despair. There are a number of vegetarian and meat dishes, and they aren't mere token additions either - comfortably holding their own amongst the fishes. Expect to pay under £20 in the bistro or nearer £30 in the restaurant.
I had my dinner in Creelers few weeks ago and I was totally amazed by quality of food they serve in there. I had halibut which was very delicious and curried veloute was a great companion to finish its taste and my partner had smoked haddock which comes from owners' smokehouse from the Isle of Arran as we were informed by waitress. We wished we hadn't skipped starters.Place seemed to be a little bit quiet but the atmosphere was great and our waitress cheerful.
Definitely coming back.
We waited for over 45 minutes to be brought a menu, a furthur 20 minutes to give our order and when the food eventually came it was cooked badly and to say it was average would be complementary.
The service was awful, I have never been treated with such disrespect and rudeness that I experienced here. Never will I return to Creelers and not be reccomending anyone to go.
Took advantage of 'The Scotsman's' two courses for £10 plus a glass of wine a couple of weeks ago.
Service was ok, but waitress didn't seem to enjoy her job. My starter of soup and main course were both lukewarm as was my wife's main course, which suggested they had been lying a while before being served.
By coincidence were invited back under the same offer this weekend by a couple of friends.
Although the service was much improved, the same could not be said of the food, again lukewarm, as were the premises themselves, if there's one thing I can't stand it's chilly restaurants!
Will not be back – thank goodness we didn't pay the full price.
After spending 11 days in England without any seafood, I was dying for anything from the ocean. Prior to my trip, I picked up a copy of Time Out's Edinburgh & Glasgow Eating and Drinking guide. Imagine my surprise when I discovered this restaurant was righ around the corner from my hotel, The Radisson. I was not disappointed, only stuffed!. I ordered the pumpkin soup. It was too hot and not sweet enough for my taste, but after it cooled down, it was delicious. I also ordered the king scallops, a rocket salad and the new potatoes. I should have stopped at the salad. If I make it back to Edinburgh, I will be sure to dine here again. Yum!
We were recommended by the concierge at our hotel when we asked for a good seafood restaurant. We thought it was delicious & were not disappointed. So much so we returned for my birthday lunch all the way from Chester (!) and will return in January 2007 when we will be staying in Gleneagles. This restaurant is not pretentious just lovely. Very privately run. On both our visits we have seen one or the other of the proprietors.
We have never in our lives had a bad meal.This has lived up to it.My partner had prawns as a main meal was given a plate of prawns on a metal tray - nothing else ! I had Chicken ceasar salad.This consisted of freezing cold chicken ( about three slithers !) on a bed of freezing cold ice berg with a drizzle of freezing cold dressing!
Never have we had such a badly presented foul meal .My husband asked for a few different sea foods prior was told there weren't any! Only to find that the people who arrived 15 minutes after we ordered were obviously friends were served them.Totally bad service you are practically ignored and a wait of 40 minutes + to be served the above.
I would give it a -10 !
Excellant, we had found the restaurant on the internet before we even arrived in Edinburgh and had already planned to eat here. We were not dissappointed. We will be back again in December! The seafood platter is amazing, out of this world...... Just the thought of it makes my mouth water, all I can say is YES, YOU MUST EAT HERE. We will again and again. We will return to Edinburgh in December purely to revisit this wonderful little restaurant.....
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