About Angels Share Hotel, Bar & Restaurant
Lovely bar meal
We were seated in the bar which wasn't what I had originally expected. However, the atmosphere as lovely - mostly people have some wine after work or shopping in Edinburgh. Very nice clientele. The pumpkin rissotto and lamb dishes were very tasty, and the house wine included in the £35 deal was very nice. Would recommend.
In a" Class "of its own------!!!!!!!!
If we could mark 11/10 we would--!It was a pleasure and delight to dine here--again--the food is simply outstanding----the service superb---We have booked again because---as having this restaurant to dine in has got to be one of the top things we enjoy on our frequent visits to the city--top marks to all the chef included !--special mention to Ross----wow has he got some knowledge on food and drink---the infused gin was terrific----i could go on----but quite simply--go and visit -YOU WILL NOT BE DISAPPOINTED--
Scottish restaurant in Edinburgh’s city centre
The Angels Share Hotel, Bar and Restaurant is a stylish, Scottish restaurant set on Hope Street on the border between Edinburgh’s city centre and West End.
The Angels Share is a modern venue with a unique interior decorated with the faces of Scottish stars. It has a relaxed atmosphere during the day and, as expected from its location, is bustling at night. There is a large bar area and a second dining room hosting the restaurant.
Fresh Scottish ingredients
The Angel’s Share specialises in mostly Scottish based dishes using quality, fresh Scottish ingredients. Typical main courses would be pan roasted chicken supreme with haggis set on crushed new potatoes with whisky jus or slow cooked belly of pork stuffed with Stornoway black pudding with leek mash and apple jus.
Named after the whiskey lost to evaporation during the distilling process, Angel’s Share has, as you would expect over 200 whiskeys to choose from and enjoy with your meal as well as an extensive cocktail list.
Close to Haymarket train station
The Angels Share Hotel Bar and Restaurant is ideally placed on Hope Street behind House of Fraser on the border with the West End, a short walk from shopping and tourist hubs Princes Street, George Street and Edinburgh Castle.
It is around fifteen minutes from both Haymarket Train Station and Edinburgh Bus Station.