Daylight Robbery

26B Dublin Street, EH3 6NN

New Town, Edinburgh

Cuisine: British, Gastro Pub

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    20% main menu discount

About Daylight Robbery

  • Food: 5

    Ambience: 4

    Service: 5

    Value: 5

    First visit

    First time at Daylight Robbery but I know I'll be back Service great, food fab
    - dined in restaurant 04/10/2017
  • Food: 5

    Ambience: 4

    Service: 5

    Value: 5

    Amazing find

    Came here for the first time yesterday and wasn't disappointed; menu left us spoilt for choice and the dishes we opted for were amazing. Staff are lovely and beer selection is great. Definitely will be back!
    - dined in restaurant 12/09/2017

New Town bar, diner and late night den

Named after a Georgian tax on windows, Daylight Robbery is a cool bar, diner and late night hangout on Dublin Street in Edinburgh’s New Town. Tiled walls, booths and banquette seating plus classic film posters make for a simple but atmospheric setting. A quirky, dimly-lit, speakeasy basement bar -Downstairs Robbery – opens late at weekends. The outside seating area is ideal for watching the New Town’s flaneurs. Contemporary cocktails, a select wine list and a large selection of draught, bottled and canned craft beers stave off thirst in all the Daylight Robbery spaces.

21st century bar food

Daylight Robbery’s menus take their cue from all over the globe. Light bites include Peruvian chicken strips, Jamaican fish fingers and Ethiopian chicken wings. There is a range of hotdogs and burgers plus a selection of main courses that range from Korean-spiced pork belly burrito to hake in a panko crust with tattie wedges, cocktail sauce and salad.

Vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options are an integral part of the offer rather than an after-thought. Think pea bhaji burritos; socca pancakes topped with scrambled tofu and vegan Indian fish and chips made with fillets of aubergine and chana masala.

New Town attractions and transport links

Daylight Robbery is on Dublin Street a five minute walk away from the National Portrait Gallery, Multree Walk, the tram line and Princes Street. Waverley train station is a ten minute walk. There is limited on-street parking.

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