Browse Traditional restaurants in Edinburgh City Centre

  • 24 Royal Terrace

    Royal Terrace, EH7 5AH

    City Centre, Edinburgh

    Cuisine: British, Traditional

    About 24 Royal Terrace

    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.

  • Golf Tavern

    30-31 Wright's House, EH10 4HR

    South Side, Edinburgh

    Cuisine: British, Traditional

    About Golf Tavern

    Established in 1456, The Golf Tavern is on Wright’s Houses in Bruntsfield, next to the Links and the venerable short-hole golf course from which its name ultimately derives. Sporting memorabilia and eclectic bric-a-brac cover the walls while the big screens deliver all the sports action.

  • Hawksmoor - Edinburgh

    23 West Register Street, EH2 2AA

    City Centre, Edinburgh

    Cuisine: British, Seafood, Modern

    About Hawksmoor - Edinburgh

    Hawksmoor is a renowned family of steak restaurants committed to serving the finest cuts of meat as well as a quality seafood selection. This Edinburgh venue is situated in the show-stopping location of the A-Listed former Royal Bank of Scotland headquarters.
    There, you can dine on dry-aged beef from grass-fed, native breeds and sustainably sourced seafood. Dishes are complemented by a selection of fine wines and striking cocktails, as well as craft beers and spirits.

  • Peacock Alley - Waldorf Astoria

    The Caledonian, A Waldorf Astoria Hotel, EH1 2AB

    City Centre, Edinburgh

    Cuisine: British, Traditional

    About Peacock Alley - Waldorf Astoria

    Based in the landmark Waldorf Astoria hotel, Peacock Alley is a genteel, Manhattan-style lounge serving breakfast, afternoon tea and cocktails. In fact, it is formerly the Caledonian station concourse and the historic railway clock is still a feature of the space. Decorated in soft creams and browns with stone columns and marble floors, this is a restful, elegant spot for a catch-up with friends.

  • 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 Grand Cafe

    The Scotsman Hotel, EH1 1TR

    Old Town, Edinburgh

    Cuisine: British, Traditional

    About The Grand Cafe

    The Grand Café is a lovingly restored restaurant that channels old time opulence. Set in a landmark Edinburgh building, the decor is inspired by the ‘grand cafés’ of Europe.