Edinburgh restaurant The Fishmarket acclaimed by Lonely Planet. The Fishmarket at Newhaven Harbour has been named one of the ten ‘Best New Food Experiences’ in the world in Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel 2019, according to an article in The Scotsman.
This highly anticipated annual showcases the best travel destinations, trends, journeys and experiences to have in the year ahead.
The new listing places The Fishmarket amongst some of the most highly regarded restaurants in the world including Noma in Copenhagen and The Civilisations Supperclub in London.
The Fishmarket opened in May this year and is the joint venture between renowned seafood chef, Roy Brett of Ondine in Edinburgh and Gary Welch of Welch Fishmongers.
Lonely Planet is the number one guidebook publisher in the world and has been producing titles for over 40 years. This is the first time a restaurant list has been included in the travel authority’s bestselling Best in Travel.
Lonely Planet believes that food and drink are an intrinsic part of travel and have included restaurants this year to enable travellers to discover the most delicious foodie hotspots around the world.
The guide states that: “The world is not just your oyster, in 2019 it’s a smorgasbord of delicious discovery.” Director of The Fishmarket, Roy Brett said: “We’re very excited to have been named in the ‘Best New Food Experiences’ list in Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel 2019.
Our team has been working hard since we opened in May and it’s great to see that our food and restaurant have been recognised in this way.” “It’s fantastic for us to be able to share the very best Scottish seafood at The Fishmarket with customers from nearby and further afield.
We’d like to say a big thank you to everyone for their continued support since we opened our doors earlier this year, ” added Gary Welch, Co-Director of The Fishmarket.