Heaven has a label at Harvey Nichols
"Wherever it opens, Harvey Nichols is a focus for food and fashion, and Edinburgh follows the good example of Knightsbridge" - Harpers Bazaar
Edinburgh's ultimate luxury designer destination, Harvey Nichols is for fashion addicts, people who take their beauty brands seriously, organic food devotees, ladies who lunch and connoisseurs of fine, rooftop dining. If any of these apply to you, stop here: you've come to the right place.
Over five floors, Harvey Nichols showcases niche and mainstream beauty and fragrance brands, must-have accessories and jewellery from the hottest designers, carefully-edited choices from the international designer catwalk collections for both men and women, and luxurious, well-designed products for your kitchen. The Foodmarket changes daily, with locally sourced produce; it also features Harvey Nichols' coolly-packaged, own-brand food and a collection of fine wines and malt whiskies. Put simply, Harvey Nichols brings great taste and immaculate, cosmopolitan style, both to Edinburgh and to you.
Eat, drink and get merry
"Modern European cooking that's spot-on" - Harpers Bazaar
A glass of champagne at the Forth Floor Bar, at the very top of the store overlooking the distant Firth of Forth (hence the spelling), is the perfect way to start an evening in the city. But don't stop there. Next to the bar, the brasserie has an all-day buzz about it, serving tasty, quick, light meals and snacks. The piece de resistance
, however (and quite the place to be seen), is the award-winning Forth Floor Fine Dining Restaurant, a luxurious destination in itself, with its panoramic view of Edinburgh Castle, the rooftops of the New Town and the Firth of Forth; and if you can tear your eyes away from the view, the food's pretty special too.
Where to look "A class act" - The Times
Harvey Nichols is at 30-34 St Andrew Square (0131 524 8388): a brand new and much acclaimed building which casts an exciting light on one of Edinburgh's oldest and most elegant squares. Like everything else about the store, it looks absolutely fabulous in its setting, surrounded by some of the city's most splendid Georgian architecture, a short walk from George and Princes Streets.