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11 Brunswick Street, EH7 5JB
New Town, Edinburgh
Cuisine: Cuisine: British, Scottish, Modern
11 Brasserie @ No 11 is a stylish, Scottish restaurant in the classical setting of a Grade “A” listed Georgian townhouse, on Brunswick Street in the heart of Edinburgh. Ideally located for the Edinburgh Playhouse, the relaxed, welcoming ambience of the restaurant make it the perfect venue for friends to catch up over a light lunch or fine dining evening meal.
167 Rose Street, EH2 4LS
Cuisine: Cuisine: British
A welcoming bar and restaurant on Edinburgh’s famous Rose Street, 1780 is popular with locals and visitors alike. A ten minute saunter from the capital’s theatre district, it is also extremely convenient for a refreshment stop during a raid on the city centre shops. The ever changing beer line-up – many of them from Scottish craft brewers – is chalked up on blackboards. The list makes particularly appealing reading for sun-kissed customers enjoying the outside seating area on Rose Street.
134 Braid Road, EH10 6JD
South Side, Edinburgh
Scottish restaurant in Braid Hills
Part of the Braid Hills Hotel, 1886 Restaurant is a spacious, conservatory-style dining room with handsome, dark wood tables and comfortable leather chairs. Flooded with natural daylight, it enjoys panoramic views across Braidburn Valley Park, Edinburgh City and the Firth of Forth beyond. The hotel also has a tremendous sun terrace which makes the most of the spectacular views. It is a popular spot for afternoon tea.
Royal Terrace, EH7 5AH
City Centre, Edinburgh
Cuisine: Cuisine: British, Traditional
Located on Edinburgh’s most prestigious Georgian terrace, rt’s is the bar for 24 Royal Terrace, a boutique hotel housed in a William Playfair-designed townhouse. The Georgian setting works well with the multi-million pound modern refurbishment and makes rt’s quite exceptional. Hung with an ever changing collection of contemporary Scottish paintings as well as both Modern British and Aboriginal art, rt’s features an extensive whisky collection and its own house Champagne. It is unique. Where else in Edinburgh can you sip on a Sporran Cooler cocktail while admiring a John Bellany painting? For all the chic surrounds and original art, prices are in line with other Edinburgh city centre venues.
2 West Crosscauseway, EH8 9ET
Cuisine: Cuisine: British, International, Scottish
56 North is a Modern and airy restaurant in the southside of Edinburgh which creates a relaxed atmosphere. Modern twists on classic dishes are the order of the day and we are renowned locally for our selection of cocktails.
1a Dock Place, EH6 6LU
Cuisine: Cuisine: Scottish, Modern
Along with its sister restaurant in the West End, A room in Leith seafood and game bistro bar offers Scottish bistro dishes at affordable prices. Informal and friendly, the Leith restaurant sits by the waterside on Dock Place.
26 William Street, EH3 7NH
West End, Edinburgh
Along with its sister restaurant in Leith, A Room in the West End offers Scottish bistro dishes at affordable prices. Informal and friendly, the West End restaurant is underneath the vibrant Teuchters’ Bar.
Apex City of Edinburgh Hotel, EH1 2JF
Old Town, Edinburgh
Cuisine: 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.
12-13 St Andrews Square, EH2 2AF
Cuisine: Cuisine: Italian
Amarone is a modern Italian restaurant based in Edinburgh’s bustling City Centre.
Hope Street, EH2 4EL
Cuisine: Cuisine: Scottish
The Angels Share Hotel, Bar and Restaurant is a stylish, Scottish restaurant set on Hope Street in the heart of Edinburgh’s West End.
90 Haymarket Terrace, EH12 5LQ
Cuisine: Cuisine: Scottish, Bistros & Brasseries
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.
73 Broughton Street, EH1 3RJ
Asti is a casual Italian restaurant and cafe on Edinburgh’s ever lively Broughton Street. Open from morning to night, it serves coffee and cakes, lunch, after work drinks and evening meals. A bustling cafe space out front leads through to a slightly quieter dining room which looks out over leafy gardens.
43B Frederick Street, EH2 1EP
Cuisine: Cuisine: Thai
A Polynesian paradise in Edinburgh city centre, The Auld Reekie Tiki Bar is on Frederick Street. It is a warren-like basement bar which is easily identifiable by the Easter Island style heads which guard its entrance. In addition to a wide range of Tiki cocktails – all served in custom-made ceramic mugs – fun is very much on the menu here. Along with DJs and dancing, the attractions include live sport, foosball, vintage arcade games and the Reekie Tiki Skate Girls. If you want to eat late, The Auld Reekie Tiki Bar serves food until midnight, Monday to Wednesday, and until 2am, the rest of the week.
130 George Street, EH2 4JZ
Cuisine: Cuisine: Mediterranean, Modern
Based in the Principal Hotel, Baba is a mezze & charcoal grill restaurant combined with a cocktail bar. Promising flavours inspired by the Levant, diners can enjoy the taste of Turkey, Cyprus, Egypt and beyond. Playful colours, Persian rugs and all-round shabby chic decor (including bookcases) make this a great choice for casual dining.
32 Castle street, EH2 3HT
Cuisine: Cuisine: British, Scottish, Traditional
Badger & Co is on Castle Street in the former home of Kenneth Grahame, the author of Wind in the Willows. This history plays a prominent part in the decor. Think Toad Hall’s padded leather seats, chandeliers and wood panelled walls. There are deer heads wearing wigs and a picture of a well dressed badger riding a penny farthing. It’s how a 21st century hipster might imagine an Edwardian gentleman’s club. As well as a private dining room, there are several intriguing nooks and crannies
and a courtyard for al fresco drinks and dining.
13A Melville Place, EH3 7PR
Cuisine: Cuisine: International, Vegetarian/Vegan, African
Baobab serves up international dishes with a slight South African twist inspired by the nationality of its owners. Based in the heart of the West End, this cosy bar & eatery offers both table and booth seating, as well as entertainment in the form of a big screen TV. If you fancy a casual dining experience that whisks your tongue around the world in 80-minutes or so, then this would make an excellent choice.
17A Queensferry St, EH2 4QW
Cuisine: Cuisine: French
The latest addition to Edinburgh’s family of l’escargot restaurants, bar à vin is an authentic French wine bar on Queensferry Street. With walls covered in vintage French drink adverts and old pastis bottle lights hanging from the ceiling, bar à vin is a quirky spot for lunch, an after work glass of wine with nibbles or a leisurely get together with friends over a couple of bottles and a generous platter of charcuterie.
100 Lothian Road, EH3 9BE
Cuisine: Cuisine: International, Italian
Bar Italia is on Lothian Road in Edinburgh’s West End and offers contemporary and classic Italian dishes in relaxed surroundings. The family-run restaurant is accessible for wheelchair users, child-friendly and has the distinction of stocking house wines produced in the family’s very own vineyards in the south of Italy. Visitors are greeted warmly at Bar Italia and the restaurant strives to provide the best dining experience regardless of the occasion.
104 Hanover Street, EH2 1DR
Cuisine: Cuisine: Sushi, Pan-Asian
Bar Soba Edinburgh is a stylish, modern noodle bar offering a variety of pan-Asian street food set on Hanover Street in Edinburgh’s city centre. Offering wok dishes, sushi, curries, as well as burgers and wraps, the restaurant aims to have something to suit everyone.
57A Frederick Street, EH2 1LH
Cuisine: Cuisine: Scottish, Burgers
The second in a planned group of restaurants, Edinburgh’s Belted Burgers is a bar and restaurant in a quirky cellar space on Frederick Street. Open from noon to midnight (the Pen bar is open to 1am), Belted is a lively spot for a top notch burger, boozy milkshake, craft beer or even a dance to the occasional bout of live music. It is a family-friendly spot which offers free baby food.
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