I'm sure many of you would agree, asta and wine is a match made in heaven. And from Friday 30th March, Quay Commons in Leith will be serving up a tempting menu of seasonal pasta dishes with incredible wines to match.
The bakery and cafe will be opening its doors on Friday and Saturday evenings for dinner that promises to be relaxed, friendly and affordable.
Owner and chef Dale Mailley said:
Dale, who also operates The Gardener’s Cottage with business partner Ed Murray, has developed the evening menu to be adaptable to the seasons with dishes including Newhaven crab tagliatelle and pappardelle with mutton and tomato ragu being served during the launch period.
Situated on Commercial Street in an old bonded warehouse, Quay Commons operates 7-days a week as a bakery and cafe, as well as supplying numerous Edinburgh businesses with sourdough bread, cakes and pastries, distributed in their zero-emissions electric van.
There’s also a daily selection of organic fruit and vegetables for sale, found in the covered archway leading to the door, and an array of wines and spirits for guests to take home and enjoy.
Outside seating behind the building means morning coffee-drinkers and evening pasta-eaters alike can enjoy some fresh air when the weather allows.
92 Commercial Quay
Edinburgh EH6 6LX
Tel: 0131 677 0244