New brunch spot Brioche Edinburgh to open in city's New Town

A new breakfast, brunch and lunch spot will open its doors in Edinburgh.

Published 9th Mar 2021
Updated 9 th Aug 2023

Brioche Edinburgh, which opens on 9 March, offers cooked to order brioche buns loaded with deli inspired fillings.

The new pop-up on Dundas Street in Edinburgh's New Town will offer an all-day menu of breakfast, brunch and lunch brioche sandwiches.

Spearheaded by chef Adam Sandison and Rogue Dining owner Matt Urry, Brioche Edinburgh will open at 114 Dundas Street, Edinburgh. The venue is currently home to Rogue Dining's at home kitchens and coffee shop.

Customers can look forward to brioche buns filled with smoked salmon, avocado and dill, brisket, onion and philly sauce and grilled halloumi, tomato and sriracha mayo. As well as the signature 'classic' - smoked bacon, egg, cheese and house sauce brioche or the signature 'banger' - sausage, egg, cheese and house sauce.

The menu will also offer a handful of soft brioche buns with hot and cold fillings that will change weekly, with prices starting from £6.

Brioche Edinburgh co-owner, Matt Urry said: "Our goal is to share our food with everyone. We'll make the delicious brioche appetising all day, everyday, instead of just for a burger.

"We want our brioche filled buns to be more than just a meal, we want it to be an experience for our customers with a focus on the quality and distinguished taste of our mouthwatering menu, consistent 'instagrammable' presentation, and great customer service in the heart of Edinburgh's New Town''.

Brioche Edinburgh's pop-up will be open weekly Tuesday - Sundays from 8am  to 4pm.

Visit their Instagram page for the full menu and pricing.

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Known for cake making, experimental jam recipes, Champagne, whisky and gin drinking (and the inability to cook Gnocchi), Rosalind is the Food and Drink Editor and whisky writer for The Scotsman, as well as hosting Scran, The Scotsman's food and drink podcast.
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