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Foundry 39 Review

Value for money
Foundry 39 ReviewI’ve reviewed Foundry 39 before, and raved about the wonderful burgers they serve, but a new menu saw me going back and being as impressed as I was on my previous visit.

The first impression of Foundry 39 is that it is probably designed for a younger age group than the category I fall into, but this would be a mistake as the relaxed atmosphere and warm welcome would make anybody feel at home.  A lovely summer evening

Once we’d settle into our comfortable booth my dining partner and were the happy recipients of a really good mojito and glass of wine, my dining partner and I were torn between so many tempting dishes on the menu.

Eventually we opted for a the peri peri king prawn pizza and a buttermilk chicken burger.  It’s difficult to judge how spicy the pizza was, because my friend likes particularly hot food and I’m a complete spice wimp so we had to agree to disagree regarding the heat of the dish, but did agree that it was particularly tasty with succulent prawns and a wonderfully light base.

I absolutely love buttermilk chicken and was delighted by my chunk of moist, deep fried chicken, with beautiful crisp batter.

We chose side orders of salad, which came with a refreshing, light dressing and halloumi fries, served with harissa yogurt, mint and pomegranate seeds.  I signed up to the halloumi fan club a number of years ago, but having tasted the combination deep frying with the freshness of the yogurt and mint and warmth of harissa, I’m now a life long member.

I only sampled one cocktail on the night of my visit as I was heading to another event that evening, but judging by the one I did have, I’ll be back to prop up the bar sometime soon!



The staff were extremely friendly and attentive, the atmosphere was warm and if you’re looking for reasonably priced, good quality food, including I’d recommend it.

Contact Details
Address:  39A Queensferry Street, Edinburgh, EH2 4RA
Telephone:  0131 510 6766
Website: Foundry 39

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