About Harry's Bar
Service from a 'cheeky' waiter was very good and enjoyable.
Fish,prawns and burgers were excellent but the sausages were disappointing.
Good service good food good ambience
The food was very good as was its presentation. The service was also quick and cordial. Excellent value.
West End craft beer and cocktail bar with an ethical slant
In the past, Harry’s Bar was a hip 80s Edinburgh hangout; these days it’s a social enterprise establishment promising ethical, sustainable and organic produce wherever possible. Décor is cool and modern, with exposed brick and moody lighting. With a jumping weekend dance floor, Saturday afternoon jazz, a cosmopolitan menu of smokehouse small plates and a wide variety of craft beers and cocktails, Harry’s is reclaiming its place at the heart of West End nightlife.
Grill specials, International and Scottish dishes
Harry’s Bar’s food menu offers a diverse range of smokehouse dishes and small plates ranging from comfort food classics to hearty salads. There is a touch of flair in the kitchen, along with the Josper grill, to keep things exciting. Mini Angus burgers come with smoked ketchup, fried sardines with a lemon aioli, Josper mussels with chorizo and cider. Vegetarians are well served, with dishes that include aubergine rolls with goat curd and basil, and courgette tempura.
Craft beers will delight the most discerning hopster, with hip labels such as Tempest, Hadouken, Wild Beer Co. and Drygate well represented. There is also an extensive wine and cocktail list, with boutique brand spirits.
West End sights and transport.
Harry’s Bar is located on Randolph Place in the West End, around 15 minutes on foot from the Usher Hall, Traverse, Lyceum and Filmhouse on Lothian Road. Haymarket station is around ten minutes walk away. The nearest bus stop for city services is just round the corner on Queensferry Street. On street parking can be difficult in the West End, but there is paid parking at the NCP car park on Castle Terrace, about ten minutes walk away.