About The Pantry
Fresh Scottish produce in Stockbridge
The Pantry is a family-run farm shop and kitchen on North West Circus Place in fashionable Stockbridge. It is open for breakfasts, snacks, lunches and, in the latter half of the week, dinner. Passionate about seasonal, local food, they source the finest Scottish ingredients and cook them with care. Bright and airy, it’s a relaxed spot for a casual dinner, chatty lunch or gentle brunch.
Modern Scottish cooking in North Edinburgh
The kitchen team at The Pantry create modern Scottish dishes. At breakfast, this might mean Liddesdale sausages or hot smoked salmon from Welch’s in Newhaven. At lunch/brunch, Philly cheese steak sandwiches vie for attention with quesadillas filled with slow braised brisket and devilled chicken livers served on toast with East Lothian fungi and a poached duck egg.
In the evenings, the menu moves up a gear with dishes such as cod cheeks in a wholegrain mustard sauce; courgette cannelloni and ox cheeks with mash, carrots and garlic jus. The dessert selection could include a pecan brownie or a selection of Scottish cheeses such as Drumloch Cheddar and Bonnington Linn.
Transport links around Stockbridge
The Pantry is on North West Circus Place, one of the main routes into Edinburgh’s Stockbridge district. There is limited on-street parking. Several bus routes run past The Pantry to and from the city centre. Taxis are plentiful. A taxi to Waverley or Haymarket train stations will take around ten minutes. Local attractions include the Botanic Gardens.