About Indigo Yard
Great customer service made the evening!
We booked the restaurant for my birthday and our waitress for the full night was great. After being told what we wanted from the set menu had ran out she ensured we got a substitute instead for no extra cost. There was also a mistake made with my cocktail and again she dealt with the problem very well making sure I was happy with what I ended up with etc. The food was good but the atmosphere made it, towards the end of the meal live music began and made us want to stay even longer.
Great deal, would deffo use again!
Thoroughly enjoyed the visit to Indigo Yard and very satisfied with the food and excellent service from Rebecca.
Stylishly casual bar and restaurant in West End
Part of the award-winning Montpeliers group, Indigo Yard is a welcoming bar and restaurant on Charlotte Lane, just off Queensferry Road in Edinburgh’s West End. As well as a covered outside terrace, it has a light and airy bar, cosy mezzanine and a dining area with comfortable booth seating. Up-cycled and reclaimed materials give it all an enjoyably rustic edge but, underneath the stripped walls and wooden boards, this is a sleek, professional operation.
Modern gastropub menus
Free range chicken, marinated overnight and then spit-roasted until crispy skinned, crops up as different portion sizes and in dishes like the house soup, a Caesar salad and the Moroccan cous cous. There is an innovative list of wraps, sandwiches and salads plus fish options such as the roast salmon with asparagus risotto or the crayfish fettuccine.
Indigo Yard flies the flag for Scottish produce in dishes like the Orkney beef burger or the macaroni made with Scottish crab and crayfish. Sunday roasts, boozy brunches and a range of porchetta pig choices complete an appetising menu. Craft beer, tank beer, cocktails and interesting wines are all a focus.
West End attractions and transport
Indigo Yard is on Charlotte Lane in the heart of Edinburgh’s West End. The tram line is a two minute walk and Haymarket station can be reached in five minutes. There is restricted on-street parking and a nearby NCP car park. The Usher Hall, Traverse, Lyceum and Filmhouse are all within a ten minute stroll.