About The Bonnington
Popular traditional restaurant in Leith
Launched in early 2013, The Bonnington in between Leith Walk and Ferry Road has quickly won a loyal customer base in the Bonnington area. A local pub, it offers regular live music, quiz nights and great bar comfort food – all served with a smile and some cheery banter. On the crossroads of Pilrig Street, Bonnington, Broughton and Newhaven Roads, The Bonnington is a cracking neighbourhood bar which also has a children’s licence until 22:00.
Homemade comfort food & varied menu
The food at the Bonnington is simple, tasty and freshly prepared – exactly the sort of menu that people want from a local pub. At lunchtime, the bar offers daily specials with sandwiches, pasta dishes and salads.
The rest of the menu at The Bonnington features old favourites like the battered Scottish haddock with chips or the haggis, neeps and tatties along with ‘pub grub’ classics such as the Scottish beef, breaded chicken breast or spicy veggie burgers with hand-cut chips and nachos with a choice of toppings.
Just be sure to leave room for one of The Bonnington’s desserts. Whilst the homemade banana loaf sounds tempting, we are told that the favourite amongst staff is the chocolate fudge cake.
Leith accessibility & transport links
At a busy crossroads between Newhaven Road and Pilrig Street, The Bonnington is wheelchair accessible and sits on several bus routes. The major routes of Leith Walk is a short distance away and there is plenty of roadside parking at the restaurant.