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1 Devonshire Gardens, G12 0UX
West End, Glasgow
Cuisine: Scottish, Bistros & Brasseries
The Restaurant at One Devonshire Gardens, is an elegant affair. Oak panelling and glittering chandeliers are paired with sophisticated cooking and a serious wine list. The sommeliers are always on hand to advise or recommend the perfect wine for your meal. Service is relaxed and friendly yet professional and knowledgeable.
99-101 Dalry Road, EH11 2AB
Haymarket, Gorgie & Dalry, Edinburgh
Cuisine: Bistros & Brasseries
Opening in the early part of the noughties, First Coast helped raise the culinary stakes in West Edinburgh. Now, this cosy, neighbourhood bistro is still among the district’s leaders when it comes to Scottish ingredients cooked with pride and imagination.
West Mill Street , PH1 5QP
Perth, Perth & Kinross
Cuisine: British, International, Bistros & Brasseries
The Bar & Brasserie at Mercure Perth Hotel are on West Mill Street in the centre of Perth. The hotel is a converted, 15th century watermill and the building’s heritage is deftly underlined by The Brasserie’s decor. Stone walls, oak beams and, through the floor, views of the stream that once powered the mill all tell of the building’s history.
7-8 Queensferry Street, EH2 4PA
New Town, Edinburgh
Cuisine: British, Eclectic, Vegetarian/Vegan
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.
56 Broughton Street, EH1 6AJ
Cuisine: French, Bistros & Brasseries
L’Escargot Bleu is a popular French restaurant on the ever buzzy Broughton Street in Edinburgh. It is the sister restaurant of L’Escargot Blanc on Queensferry Street. Both restaurants would find themselves near the top of any poll dedicated to finding Edinburgh’s most authentic French restaurants. At L’Escargot Bleu, vintage drinks adverts, efficient service and a soundtrack of Edith Piaf set the scene for satisfying, French culinary classics.
35 Drumsheugh Gardens, EH3 7RN
No 35 at The Bonham is located in the boutique hotel of its namesake in the West End of Edinburgh in the New Town and offers French inspired cooking. The Bonham’s townhouse interior features striking and dramatic art by Tilo Stengel and offers a sophisticated yet contemporary dining experience but with a relaxed atmosphere and friendly staff.
Parliament House Hotel, EH1 3BJ
Part of the Parliament House Hotel, MP’s Bistro is tucked away on Calton Hill, just a couple of minutes from Princes Street and Waverley train station. Refurbished in the spring of 2013, MP’s Bistro uses fresh, local ingredients to create menus with a distinct Scottish flavour. As well as offering an a la carte choice, the pre-theatre menu is very popular, thanks in part to the proximity of MP’s Bistro to Edinburgh Playhouse.
Bristo Place, EH1 1EZ
Old Town, Edinburgh
Serving classic French dishes, the Bistro at Hotel du Vin is tucked away off Bristo Place in Edinburgh’s atmospheric Old Town. It is a cosy, welcoming space with restored fireplaces, reclaimed floorboards and lots of wine merchant memorabilia.
Service is polished but informal and the sommelier is always happy to advise anyone in need of a little friendly guidance around the 200 plus bin list. The Bistro’s courtyard – complete with cigar bothy and heaters – is a hidden gem which is well worth seeking out in the sunnier months.
Apex City of Edinburgh Hotel, EH1 2JF
Cuisine: International, Bistros & Brasseries
Part of the Apex City of Edinburgh Hotel, Agua Restaurant is on the Grassmarket in Edinburgh’s city centre. Sitting in the shadows of Edinburgh Castle, the restaurant is a bright, contemporary space with striking yellow banquette seating and wall mounted candle lights.
90 Haymarket Terrace, EH12 5LQ
West End, Edinburgh
Metro West End is within Apex Haymarket Hotel on Haymarket Terrace close to the train station. The restaurant is stylish yet relaxed and locally sources as much produce as possible to provide Scottish cuisine with some global influences. Wheelchair accessible and child-friendly, Metro West End believe dining should be an enjoyable experience no matter the occasion, whether it be a romantic meal, informal catch up with friends or a family gathering for a special occasion.
44 Westcross Causeway, EH8 9JP
South Side, Edinburgh
Cuisine: Bistros & Brasseries, Gastro Pub
Popular with students and other local residents, the Green Mantle on West Crosscauseway is a quirky, modern bar housed in a traditional Edinburgh pub setting. Live music, sports and a very popular quiz night keep the Mantle buzzing. Located in the heart of the Southside, it is a much loved and evolving veteran of the local pub scene.
1 Tower Place, EH6 7BZ
Cuisine: Modern, Bistros & Brasseries
Housed in the eye-catching Malmaison hotel on Tower Place, the Chez Mal restaurant enjoys spectacular views over the Port of Leith. Given a smart refurbishment in 2016, the dining room has a sleek, contemporary look and light, spacious feel. The new look bar is a hip hangout with craft beers and innovative cocktails while the waterfront terrace is always popular when the sun makes an appearance.
31-35 Grassmarket, EH1 2HS
City Centre, Edinburgh
Located in the Apex International Hotel on Grassmarket in Edinburgh’s Old Town, Metro Brasserie is a cool, contemporary restaurant and bar offering an eclectic range of dishes from around the world. Metro Brasserie is ideal for a more informal dining experience and is wheelchair accessible and also child-friendly with highchairs available. Whether guests visit for a quick lunch or an evening meal after a day exploring the historic area, Metro Brasserie can meet your needs.
Genting Club Fountainpark, EH11 1AF
Fahrenheit Restaurant & Bar is part of the Genting Club casino at Fountainpark in Edinburgh. Diners do not need to hit the gaming tables to enjoy an evening here. The food, including specially selected and aged Scotch steaks, is more than enough of an attraction. Night owls may relish the fact that the kitchen serves until the small hours seven nights a week.
11 Sherbrooke Avenue, G41 4PG
South Side, Glasgow
Arriving at Sherbrooke Castle you may find it hard to believe you are still in Glasgow. The magnificent baronial building surrounded by sweeping grounds located in the leafy suburb of Pollockshields, feels a world away from the hustle and bustle of the city.
27 Washington Street, G3 8AZ
City Centre, Glasgow
Cuisine: British, Bistros & Brasseries
Part of the Hallmark Glasgow Hotel on Washington Street, The Brasserie is an informal and welcoming space which is open to locals and hotel residents for lunch and dinner.
1 George Square, G2 1DY
Cuisine: British, European, International
Classic brasserie in city centre
With the first Browns opening in 1973, this family of classic brasseries has had plenty of time to polish its offer. Stylish, timeless interiors; smartly turned out staff and simple but well sourced and prepared dishes are key. Located in the old General Post Office building on George Square, the Browns Brasserie and Bar in Glasgow fits the mould neatly. A live pianist keeps the atmosphere sparkling on a Sunday from 3pm – 6pm.
129 Bath Street, G2 2SZ
Cuisine: European, Modern, Bistros & Brasseries
Brasserie Abode is based in a chic townhouse hotel on Bath Street. With its banquette seating, big windows and designer lighting, it’s an airy, elegant space to dine in. The restaurant offers laidback, bistro-style menus that combine handpicked classics with hearty comfort food, much of it with a European touch. The hotel itself has plenty of lovely period touches, including a vintage gilded lift, gilt wallpaper and atrium waterfall.
200 St Vincent Street, G2 5RQ
Part of the 200 SVS conference and events centre, The Restaurant on 6th is as sophisticated as the Grade A-listed building which houses it. Decked out with marble and dark wood, designer lighting and stylish, minimalist seats, this rooftop restaurant is a chic spot for a business lunch; romantic dinner or sumptuous afternoon tea.
652-654 Argyle Street, G3 8UF
Sitting in a quiet residential part of Glasgow’s Argyle Street, on the western side of the M8, The Shandon Belles is a cosy little bistro. Part of the Two Fats family, it nestles below Two Fat Ladies at The Buttery. With exposed stone, stained glass features and walls lined with curios, it is a warm, inviting and quirky space. The decor has more homely charm than the grand, historic setting of the upstairs restaurant but The Shandon Belles has the same emphasis on thoughtful cooking using top quality ingredients.
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