Aizle has no traditional menu. We offer a 5-course dinner for £45 which is based around our monthly “Harvest”. There’s no need to choose anything! This means we have the freedom to utilise the very best produce local farms and suppliers have to offer. Our customers benefit by knowing everything on their plate is at the height of quality and seasonality.
We also offer paired drinks for £35, or we have a full wine, beer and seasonal bespoke cocktail list.
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Make your reservation online (for parties of 7+, please phone or email us).
Please note for Fri/Sat bookings, we will allow 2 hrs 45 mins for tables booked between 5pm-6.30pm.
A slim, cold-water lobster. The best ones are Scottish; at least we think so.
A traditional French emulsion of fish and olive oil mixed with potatoes.
The salty sweet eggs of the fish.
A starchy, nutritious bean consumed by humans for the better part of 10,000 years.
Sweet and starchy berry that contains natural nutritional yeasts.
Earthy, deeply coloured root vegetable.
Black, bittersweet berries native to Europe.
A Japanese dry condiment, made from unhulled sesame seeds and salt.
From Kelso, shot for us by Johnny Burnside. Savoury, dark meated game birds; right in season.
A French cake bread made with rye, flour, honey and spices.
Traditional ring-shaped Italian pasta; made fresh in-house.
Commonly used to make cultured dairy products such as cheese.
Nutritious, very sour native Scottish berries which grow near the ocean.
An Italian dry-cured ham that is usually thinly sliced and served uncooked.
The original; the humble.
A rare edible fungus that grows underground, distinctive flavour.
The liquid left behind after churning butter out of cream.
Naturally sweet root vegetable.
Day Boat Fish
Fish is available sporadically, which is why for your fish course, we look at what is available fresh from the docks on a daily basis.