Café Rouge Edinburgh has reopened with a theme paying tribute to les arts.
With Edinburgh’s thriving arts scene, the restaurant has paid a fitting tribute, and features four large murals in the vaulted ceiling depicting the culinary, literary, performance and visual arts. Classic French artwork and vintage mirrors adorn the walls.
A change in layout has seen extra fixed and booth seating incorporated, creating a relaxed, warm dining space. Selected chairs have been upholstered in Auld Alliance Tartan, marrying the heritage and location of the Frederick Street restaurant.
Restaurant manager Andrew Keith said: “Wow, what a transformation! Being the only Cafė Rouge in Scotland, we really had to pull out all the stops for this relaunch. The new look, the service, the food and the wine are all first class, and this is the start of a new era at Cafė Rouge Edinburgh.”