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  • Westview Restaurant - Leonardo Hotel Edinburgh Capital

    Leonardo Hotel Edinburgh Capital, EH12 6UG

    Corstorphine, Edinburgh

    Cuisine: British, Mediterranean, Modern

    About Westview Restaurant - Leonardo Hotel Edinburgh Capital

    Westview Restaurant is within Capital Hotel on Clermiston Road in Edinburgh’s West End and serves a mix of British and European dishes. Benefiting from its elevated position on top of Corstorphine Hill, the restaurant looks out on to both the Pentland Hills and the Firth of Forth. Situated in a quiet suburb of the capital, it is close to the airport but only a short ride into the city centre which makes it popular with business travellers, tourists and local residents alike.

  • Waterside

    The Waterside Hotel, KA23 9NG

    West Kilbride, Ayrshire & Arran

    Cuisine: Seafood, Vegetarian/Vegan, Modern

    About Waterside

    The Waterside Restaurant and Bar is part of the family-owned SimpsInns group on the Ardrossan Road by West Kilbride. With views across the Firth of Clyde to Arran, the property makes the most of its stunning, water-edge location.

  • Vesta

    7-8 Queensferry Street, EH2 4PA

    New Town, Edinburgh

    Cuisine: British, Eclectic, Vegetarian/Vegan

    About Vesta

    Vesta is a social enterprise restaurant that promises a warm welcome, fantastic bar and healthy feel-good food. Set in the heart of Edinburgh city centre, the menu is bursting with vegan and vegetarian plates, comfort classics and indulgent burgers. Vesta is in partnership with SocialBite, meaning that when you visit you get the option of paying forward a meal or coffee to a homeless person. This means that you can enjoy the twin warm glow of both a slap-up meal and knowing that you’ve helped someone. The restaurant’s decor is cheerful, stylish and rustic, perfect for enjoying a relaxed meal.

  • Tron Bar & Kitchen

    63 Trongate, G1 5HB

    Merchant City, Glasgow

    Cuisine: European, Scottish, Modern

    About Tron Bar & Kitchen

    On the Trongate in the Merchant City, Tron Bar + Kitchen is linked to the Tron Theatre, one of Scotland’s leading producing and presenting theatres. An informal spot, it offers casual dining in a laidback setting. Reclaimed timber tables and vintage lights furnish the three separate dining areas in the bar and kitchen.

  • Tigerlily

    125 George Street, EH2 4JN

    New Town, Edinburgh

    Cuisine: British, Modern, Pan-Asian

    About Tigerlily

    When Tigerlily launched in 2006, it arguably kick started the renaissance of George Street as the capital’s most fashionable area for eating and drinking. A 2015 refurbishment ensured that the boutique hotel, bar and restaurant stays at the head of the pack. With mirrored walls, chandeliers, clever lighting and several different spaces, the decor of the dining areas helps make for a memorable meal. An extensive drinks list with innovative cocktails plus much sought after pavement terrace tables all add to Tigerlily’s undoubted appeal.

  • The Square Bar and Restaurant

    Broomhill Shopping Centre, G11 7BN

    West End, Glasgow

    Cuisine: Modern

    About The Square Bar and Restaurant

    Opened in the autumn of 2017, The Square is an independently owned and operated bar and restaurant on Norby Road. Open from morning to late, it is a neighbourhood place where customers can meet friends for a coffee; schedule a working lunch or unwind over dinner and cocktails. Dog-friendly until 4pm, the Square offers visiting pooches a puppaccino and treats. On the last Sunday of every month, human guests can enjoy the talents of the resident vocalist.

  • The Spiritualist

    62 Miller Street, G1 1DT

    City Centre, Glasgow

    Cuisine: British, Seafood, Modern

    About The Spiritualist

    Opened in the spring of 2016, The Spiritualist is a stylish restaurant and bar in the building that once housed Stirling’s Library. Inspired by the Art Deco movement and hung with vintage portraits, the decor is as sleek as it is contemporary. A stunning drinks list features Scottish craft beers; a globe-trotting selection of spirits; a well balanced wine list and many innovative and attractively presented cocktails. A unique Chef’s Table in the kitchen is a real talking point.

  • The Lantern Room @ Courtyard By Marriott Edinburgh

    1-3 Baxter's Place, EH1 3AF

    New Town, Edinburgh

    Cuisine: British, Modern

    About The Lantern Room @ Courtyard By Marriott Edinburgh

    The Lantern Room @ Courtyard By Marriott Edinburgh is an informal restaurant and bar on Baxter’s Place by Edinburgh Playhouse. Opened at the end of 2016, it has a smart, contemporary decor and serves everything from lunch and afternoon tea to after work drinks and dinner. The waiting staff are as welcoming as they are professional and the bar staff are always happy to mix up a cocktail. The spacious heated terrace is great for people watching, perhaps over a sun downer or two.

  • The Ivory Hotel

    2-4 Camphill Avenue, G41 3AY

    South Side, Glasgow

    Cuisine: British, Modern, Traditional

    About The Ivory Hotel

    Stylish hotel dining with a Scottish twist on the South Side

    Housed in an elegant Victorian townhouse overlooking Queen’s Park, the Ivory Hotel offers breakfast, lunch and dinner menus served in the airy conservatory or the elegant and intimate restaurant with some booth seating. Everything is prepared freshly each day, with an emphasis on using the finest seasonal and locally-sourced produce wherever possible.

  • The Cellar Door

    44-46 George The IV Bridge, EH1 1EJ

    Old Town, Edinburgh

    Cuisine: Scottish, Modern, Traditional

    About The Cellar Door

    Tucked away under George IV Bridge, The Cellar Door is a welcoming Scottish restaurant. Once a printing press, the split-level dining room is decorated in a jaunty style with feature lighting and a sleek set of designer stairs leading to the mezzanine. Look out for the 21st century take on the mounted stag head.

  • The Ball Room - Glasgow

    130 Ledard Road, G42 9RA

    South Side, Glasgow

    Cuisine: British, Modern, Pizza

    About The Ball Room - Glasgow

    Located in Battlefield in the South Side, The Ball Room aims to be the “hippest pool room in Glasgow.” Pool tables, snooker tables, darts and ping pong can be found in the main sports room, while pub grub is served in the bar next door.

    The Ball Room welcomes groups of friends and families (children are welcome until 9pm) to test their sporting skills, grab a drink and bite to eat, watch sport on their huge 10ft HD screens, and put some music on the jukebox.

  • Tempus - Grand Central

    99 Gordon Street, G1 3SF

    City Centre, Glasgow

    Cuisine: Scottish, Modern, Bistros & Brasseries

    About Tempus - Grand Central

    The Grand Central is one of Glasgow’s landmark hotels and it has welcomed everyone from Churchill to Frank Sinatra. Tempus restaurant is within Grand Central and one of the city centre’s dining hotspots.

    Two original Italian, Murano glass chandeliers and large arched windows along with high ceilings and traditional decor create a sumptuous and light venue. The restaurant still, however, manages to be a relaxed venue for a meal.

  • Swadish

    33 Ingram Street, G1 1HA

    Merchant City, Glasgow

    Cuisine: Indian, Seafood, Vegetarian/Vegan

    About Swadish

    A family-run Indian restaurant which opened in 2019, Swadish offers an appetising combination of seasonal Scottish ingredients prepared using both modern and traditional Indian techniques and spices. The kitchen brigade is run by a chef who trained in many of India’s top hotel restaurants and his cooking will come as a refreshing surprise to anyone who still thinks that chicken tikka masala is the pinnacle of Indian cuisine. The setting, a former fire station, is as stylish as the food.

  • Surf & Turf Holyrood

    81 Holyrood Road, EH8 8AU

    Old Town, Edinburgh

    Cuisine: British, Scottish, Seafood

    About Surf & Turf Holyrood

    Quality steak and seafood in Holyrood

    Based in the 4-star Macdonald Holyrood Hotel, Surf & Turf serves up classic ingredients from farm and sea with a twist of fully packed flavouring. Using only the finest in locally sourced meat and fish, the focus is on elegant simplicity. This means that world-renowned Aberdeen Angus beef and hand-dived North Atlantic scallops will both be jostling for your attention on the menu (and, most likely, on your plate as well).

  • Rogue

    209 South Street, KY16 9EF

    St Andrews, Fife

    Cuisine: Seafood, Modern, Steaks & Grill

    About Rogue

    Rogue is a restaurant, cocktail bar and small gin distillery on South Street. Housed in what used to be Drouthy Neebors pub, Rogue specialises in serving up dry-aged beef, locally landed seafood, modern cuisine, gin cocktails and Champagne.

  • Radisson Collection Restaurant

    Radisson Royal Mile Hotel, EH1 1AD

    City Centre, Edinburgh

    Cuisine: Scottish, Vegetarian/Vegan, Modern

    About Radisson Collection Restaurant

    Located in Radisson Royal Mile Hotel in the heart of Edinburgh city centre, Radisson Collection Restaurant is a vibrant, bustling restaurant, open all day from breakfast until late. Using fresh, seasonal ingredients and hearty flavours, Radisson Collection Restaurant is authentic modern cooking.

  • Rabble

    55a Frederick Street, EH2 1LH

    New Town, Edinburgh

    Cuisine: British, Modern

    About Rabble

    Rabble is a cosmopolitan restaurant and bar with rooms on Frederick Street, right in the heart of Edinburgh city centre. A glass roof and lots of vibrant green plants give the dining area an enjoyable outdoors-but-indoors feel. In the bar, a glowing wall of bottles catches the eye as do the two gleaming copper tanks which dispense fresh, unpasteurised Staropramen. Classic and modern cocktails, highballs, great wines and bespoke gin and tonics complete the picture. Rabble is part of the award-winning Montpeliers group.

  • Pieminister

    53 Church St, M4 1PD

    Northern Quarter, Manchester

    Cuisine: British, Vegetarian/Vegan, Modern

    About Pieminister

    The first Manchester branch of the Pieminister family, this pie-oneer opened on Church Street, in the heart of the Northern Quarter, in 2013. Featuring a ground floor and mezzanine level, it is simply decorated with bare brick walls, tongue and groove panelling, white tiles and fashionably retro industrial lighting. It has a friendly, laidback vibe and visitors are as welcome to pop in for a daytime pie and a read of the papers as they are to drop by for a full evening meal, perhaps with a couple of ciders or a craft beer. The staff are happy to recommend pie and pint pairings.

  • Ollie's

    122-124 Nithsdale Road, G41 5RB

    South Side, Glasgow

    Cuisine: European, Modern, Bistros & Brasseries

    About Ollie's

    Open from morning until late, Ollie’s is a friendly, neighbourhood hangout on Nithsdale Road in Glasgow’s Southside. With its reclaimed lighting, white tiles and stripped tables, it is a comfortable, laidback place where people are as welcome for coffee and cake as they are for a multi-course sit down evening meal with friends. There is some outdoor seating for the warmer months or the more hardy al fresco diners.

  • NYC

    185 Hope Street, G2 2UL

    City Centre, Glasgow

    Cuisine: International, Modern, American

    About NYC

    A friendly and relaxed burger joint on Hope Street, NYC takes its culinary cue and decorating tips from the Big Apple. Along with DJs on Friday and Saturday nights, craft beers, lots of bourbon and an extensive cocktail list add to the buzz.