About Lebowskis Edinburgh
Pre Match Lunch
Wanted somewhere for lunch before the Pro 12 final.
This fitted the bill, pulled pork sandwich was excellent. Enjoyed a couple of beers in a good atmosphere with plenty of rugby fans having a good time.
Good value . Could have done with more staff I think as they were run off their feet
Nice chilled bar food
They were also accommodating with different arrival times. One criticism would be the veggie burger was less burger and more veggies.
Laidback cocktail and burger bar
You don’t need to be a fan of the Coen brothers’ film to enjoy a visit to this Dude-approved Morrison Street bar. However, fans of The Big Lebowski will appreciate the wide range of White Russian cocktails while film lovers will know how handy Lebowskis is for several Edinburgh cinemas. Other classic cocktails, DJs, acoustic music and quizzes are among the other non-food related attractions.
Burgers, brunch and Sunday lunch
The burger menu is a highlight at Lebowskis. Five classic and around half a dozen seasonal burgers can be tweaked and customised ad infinitum with an array of cheeses, sauces, meat toppings and veg sides. There are chicken, veggie, venison, haddock and pulled pork variations but the aged, mince rump steak pattie is at the heart of the ever popular burger offer at Lebowskis.
At the weekends, brunch dishes and a Sunday roast with smoked roast beef, pit gravy, smoked tatties and mac ‘n’ cheese give the burgers a run for their money.
Local attractions and transport
Lebowskis is on Morrison Street, just off Lothian Road. There are several cinemas within a ten minute walk as well as the Usher Hall, Traverse, King’s and Royal Lyceum theatres. Haymarket train station is a fifteen minute walk while the tram line is a ten minute walk away on Princes Street. Several bus routes run along Lothian Road and there is parking at Scottish Widows on Semple Street.