Small, West End restaurant specialising in seafood and Scottish specialties such as - what is quickly becoming its trademark - the (apparently very tasty) deepfried jam sandwich.
You want good mussels? Or a well cooked steak? And you're in the Grassmarket? This is the place for you, then.
Resident restaurant of Edinburgh's Point Hotel, now re-launched as the Bread Street Brasserie.
Middle-of-the-range, traditional Thai food in the heart of Stockbridge. Serving lunch and supper.
Victor and Carina Contini's Italian, New Town cafe with front of house patio, which is well situated for catching sun and watching Stockbridge life go by. Brunch, lunch and supper served.
Small authentic Thai restaurant run by Kavel Kaur and her husband Akhadet Dechdechachan
Cosy, basement restaurant situated on trendy St Stephen Street. Upmarket bohemian ambience with its decor of large, vivid, still life paintings and drapes, combined with elegant table settings.
Informal but sophisticated restaurant, with a "European" menu, in particular variations on traditional Scottish dishes, seafood, and game.
Cosy, New Town, seafood restaurant, that is central but off the beaten track down narrow cobbled Thistle Street.
Edinburgh-born chef Roy Brett's restaurant landed in Edinburgh with a splash. High end, sustainably sourced seafood that comes with the Marine Stewardship Council stamp of approval.