INSPIRED by New York’s Meatpacking District, the all-new Hudson St. Grill at Edinburgh International Airport hits you right between the eyes with its Big Apple-sized presence.
At a whopping 400 square metres, this “neighbourhood” at the eastern end of the terminal building is a show-stopping diner that entices customers with its vivid appeal and transatlantic menu.
It prides itself on providing a 24-hour buzz and will offer breakfast comfort food such as corned beef hash, American pancakes and full cooked Scottish breakfast.
For dinner, the grill-inspired menu includes steaks, burgers and ribs, alongside pizzas, salads, pasta, Reuben sandwiches, fish and chips and vegetarian and vegan options, plus a dedicated children’s menu.
The 16-week programme to fit out the Hudson St. Grill for clients The Restaurant Group followed a four-week strip-out programme to prepare the unit for development.
The project details included:
A spokesman for TRG said: “The passengers at Edinburgh Airport are in for something completely different. Hudson St. Grill is authentic and offers the terminal a magnetic point of difference. It is truly a unique dining experience.”
Gail Taylor, the airport’s Director of Retail and Property, said: “Being at the airport is always a big day for our passengers, so we want to build on that excitement by offering new and unique dining experiences like Hudson St. Grill.”