Mark Greenaway, the Culinary Star of Edinburgh

Mark Greenaway, named the “Rising Star Chef of the Year,” has garnered national recognition for his superior cooking talents. As the only Scottish chef to be newly awarded 3 Rosettes from the AA, he has impressed both clientele and foodies with his Scottish-infused style of cooking, which only uses locally grown ingredients and demonstrates the varieties of skills he has learned in his time training around the globe.

Greenaway began his career in Scotland in 1992. He then went on to he gain international success in the UK and Australia. While working for five years in Australia, he learned many diverse cooking styles while working in some of the top restaurants in the nation.
He brought back the skills he learned to his home country of Scotland, where he gained top awards working in Room Restaurant @ Devonshire Gardens and Kilcamb Lodge Hotel in Strontian. He had an impressive career as the award-winning Head Chef at The Dryburgh Abbey Hotel in the Scottish Borders, and even spent time teaching the techniques he had learned abroad to others while working as a teacher at the Braehead Cook School and Edinburgh New Town Cookery School.

In 2011, he embarked on a new culinary adventure and opened his own restaurant in central Edinburgh. Set against the backdrop of antique Georgian architecture at No. 12 Picardy Place (formerly the popular Hawke & Hunter), Restaurant Mark Greenaway seats up to 70 guests and features two private dining rooms. Since its opening, Restaurant Mark Greenaway has received nationwide recognition, including being called “Scotland’s Most Stylish Restaurant”.

Mark Greenaway