Ghillie Dhu

110 reviews

2 Rutland Place, EH1 2AD

City Centre, Edinburgh

Cuisine: Scottish

Popular offer at Ghillie Dhu

  • £29 for 2
    £29 2 person offer - Sirloin steak + sides + glass of wine each

About Ghillie Dhu

  • Food: 5

    Ambience: 5

    Service: 5

    Value: 5

    Excellent meal

    We loved the atmosphere, we had a great table and we thought the 'serving hatch' for our drinks was very quirky. Our steaks were cooked perfectly and we ordered the cheese platter to follow which had a lovely selection of cheeses. Our server was very attentive too. We had the steak and glass of wine per couple offer, which was excellent value for money. Look forward to coming back.
    Carolyn Hamilton - dined in restaurant 04/08/2018
  • Food: 5

    Ambience: 5

    Service: 5

    Value: 5

    fathers day treat

    Visited with my dad we both had a wonderful day with great service,food and special memories made, fantastic value with the 5pm deal
    Karyn Flett - dined in restaurant 22/06/2016

Laid-back West End Scottish restaurant

Located on Rutland Place in Edinburgh’s West End, Ghillie Dhu is set over three floors and although reminiscent of a traditional Scottish pub, it can deliver so much more. Ghillie Dhu boasts an auditorium for events like their ceilidh nights, a spacious bar with occasional live music and sports on big television screens as well as a welcoming restaurant serving Scottish fare in hearty portions. An inviting venue that is child-friendly until 8pm, Ghillie Dhu is also accessible to wheelchair users and close to Princes Street.

Freshly made food with the finest ingredients.

The restaurant’s menu offers something for everyone so if the locally caught haggis (yes) with neeps, tatties and a whisky cream sauce fails to tempt your taste buds, then you can play it safe with the chicken liver pate or a bowl of freshly made soup.

Main courses often available at Ghillie Dhu include a selection of pies such as steak and Ghillie ale, chicken and ham or mushroom and leek; baked fillet of Scottish salmon; battered fish and chips with mushy peas and also Marshalls’ macaroni and ham bake. Traditional Scottish dishes like the Cullen skink and black pudding also make an appearance.

Close to Princes Street & transport links

Ghillie Dhu is on Rutland Place in the West End of Edinburgh, and just a stone’s throw from the shoppers’ haven of Princes Street. Bus stops and taxi ranks are close by with Haymarket train station a brisk ten minute walk from Ghillie Dhu and Waverley train station around twenty minutes away on foot. Edinburgh city centre is within walking distance of the restaurant some surrounding streets offer metered car parking.

Free wifi access is available every day of the week, ideal if you’ve got a working lunch or just feel like a nosey on Facebook.

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