About Ryrie's Bar
Our visit to Ryrie's got off to a bad start. We booked at the beginning of March to eat at 7.30. When we arrived we were told the kitchen was closing in 15 minutes. We also ate our starters upstairs but had to move downstairs for our main course. The staff at Ryrie's dealt with the unfortunate situation very well. We would go back as the food was lovely.
We enjoyed the fantastic two courses for £5 offer. Food and service were great. Would definitely recommend and will be back
Traditional Scottish bar in West End
Dating back to Victorian times, Ryrie’s is a traditional Scottish bar on Haymarket Terrace, next to Haymarket train station. Housed over two floors in a listed building, it has a beautiful, carved wooden gantry, stained glass windows and a Scottish Renaissance style wooden frontage. There is live music every Saturday night and the welcoming bar is popular with rugby and football fans as well as commuters and local residents.
Classic bar menu
Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, Ryrie’s serves hearty, wholesome food which is sourced locally and cooked fresh. From a simple bacon buttie and cup of coffee at breakfast to a three course evening meal with wine and fine malt whiskies, Ryrie’s offers menus which are packed with classic pub favourites.
Popular choices include the fish ‘n chips; haggis, neeps ‘n’ tatties; the burger selection and desserts such as the blueberry and honey Italian ice cream sundae. The kitchen also offers daily specials.
West End transport and attraction
Ryrie’s is at the junction of Dalry Road, Haymarket Terrace and Morrison Street in Edinburgh’s West End. Next door to Haymarket station, it is also on the tramline. There is limited pay car parking nearby. Ryrie’s sees lots of custom from visitors to Tynecastle Football Stadium, Murrayfield Stadium and the Edinburgh International Conference Centre.