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The best restaurantsof french in Scottish Borders Lowlands

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Marmion's Brasserie

Leaderdale and Melrose, Scottish Borders
18/01/2019: Pleasant service, extensive menu and good fresh food. Not tried the Turkish night special but must visit some time to try.
16/01/2019: We have been regulars to Marmions for coffee and the delicious, well presented cakes/scones/croissants, with spacious surroundings, friendly staff and a chance to look through newspapers. So my recent lunch there was a big disappointment. I was attracted by the Parmesan and almond baked chicken, with vegetables and basil sauce. It was a generous size portion of chicken, new potatoes, cauliflowerand broccoli. But where was the sauce? It all looked so dry. The waitress said it was under the chicken, but this was minuscule bit and not my idea of a sauce. The chicken was well cooked but I could not detect the flavour of Parmesan or almond, the broccoli was inedible - I could not get my knife though the stalks, it was so al dente and the whole dish was crying out for some sauce or gravy. At £13.99 this was poor value for money. My husband enjoyed his haddock and chips. Like other reviewers, we have found the place


Indian Brasserie

East Berwickshire, Scottish Borders
16/12/2018: This Indian restaurant is brilliant. Really nice staff and always great food. We will be back very soon.
25/11/2018: Cold room. Had to keep my coat on. Service good. Popadoms on this occasion fresh. Have had stale popadoms in the past. Meal was disappointing. 4 pieces of chicken each .. wow!! Other half asked for extra garlic and chillies. Didn't happen. Wouldn't rush back. I chose a dish that had chicken, ginger and coriander in it. I wasn't aware that it was going to be packed with ' ocra ' yuk Where was the chicken?

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Brasserie At The Townhouse

Leaderdale and Melrose, Scottish Borders
29/06/2013: We really enjoyed the accommodation at the Townhouse (see separate review) and had a hugely enjoyable experience at Burts, the sister hotel across the road (one of the best meals in a long time), so a bit of a turn-up to discover that this restaurant needs to get its values sorted out.A ham hock starter had just been plucked from the fridge and had the taste and texture of cardboard ice cream. Fish and chips cooked from a frozen catering pack just isn't acceptable. The breaded coating on the fish might have been applied by a welding torch. The fish itself was cold, dry and overcooked. The jugs of fruit juices at breakfast were topped up from longlife cartons. Okay, freshly-squeezed juices are a rarity in hotels except at the very top end, but there are alternatives to catering packs. Very pleasant service, good and fairly-priced wine list but the kitchen needs to make some effort, rather than relying on cheap and easy options.
27/06/2013: Visiting family in nearby Galashiels we were taken to The Townhouse. What a treat. We had reserved the window table which was very pleasant as I always like to do a little people watching, even on a quiet street. My wife is Celiac and Lactose intolerant, so this can lead to some difficulties when eating out especially in the UK. That being said most restaurants here are at least aware of it.When the reservation was made we were assured that they could easily handle my wife's requirements. The waitress and the manager were both very good at helping to choose plates that my wife could enjoy, without it just being dry roast chicken, (the fall back!). The rest of us enjoyed the full menu. Large portions, well seasoned nicely presented.We left very happy.


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