Broadsheet Bistro

12-26 St Giles Street, EH1 1PT

Old Town, Edinburgh

Cuisine: British, International, Traditional, Tapas

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About Broadsheet Bistro

  • Food: 4

    Ambience: 3

    Service: 4

    Value: 4

    Very nice lunch in a handy little part of Edinburgh

    Very central, restaurant is part of a hotel - food and service excellent
    - dined in restaurant 21/02/2016

Modern Scottish bistro by Royal Mile

With a name inspired by a 19th century newspaper, Broadsheet Bistro is just off the Royal Mile and in the heart of Edinburgh’s atmospheric Old Town. Once home to printing presses, the historic building now houses a bright and colourful, Scottish bistro as well as a lively bar and boutique hotel. While the setting is in keeping with the capital’s heritage, the menus at Broadsheet Bistro offer lots of contemporary dishes.

Scotland’s natural larder

Open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner, Broadsheet Bistro serves a menu inspired by Scotland’s natural larder. As well as salads, sandwiches and light bites, the menu includes butter roasted chicken with haggis and neeps, fish ‘n’ chips plus Scottish sausages served with bubble and squeak, caramelised onions and a red wine jus. The house burgers are always a hit while the staff recommend the smoked haddock fishcakes. Fresh, locally sourced ingredients are prominent throughout.

Attractions by the Royal Mile

Located on St Giles Street, Broadsheet Bistro is in the centre of Edinburgh’s Old Town. Edinburgh Castle is a five minute walk while the Royal Mile and St Giles’ Cathedral can almost be reached with a hop, skip and a jump. Waverley train station is a ten minute walk or a two minute taxi. Numerous bus services to all parts of the city run from George IV Bridge and the Bridges.

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