Edinburgh restaurant awarded four AA rosettes

The 21212 restaurant in Edinburgh has been honoured with four rosettes in the latest AA awards.

The establishment was the only restaurant to achieve the standard, while 13 others were given three AA rosette status.

Opened in 2009, 21212 takes its name from the menu’s format, where diners are invited to choose from two starters, two main courses and two desserts, with one small dish served in between.

AA hotel services manager Simon Numphud commented: “To be awarded four rosettes a restaurant must show a passion for excellence, superb technical skills and intense ambition as well [as] national recognition for its cooking and 21212 certainly covers all these.

“Restaurants serving food of a three rosette standard are worthy of recognition from well beyond their local area and I am delighted that these very deserving restaurants have been acknowledged for their efforts.”

Among the restaurants to be awarded three rosettes were Freemasons Country Inn in Lancashire, Rogan and Co in Cumbria, The Feathered Nest Inn in Gloucestershire and Paul Ainsworth at No 6 in Cornwall.

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