City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

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The Roamin' Nose Taking over the address of the former Duck's a la Marche Noir, and latterly Garrigue, the restaurant space is now transformed into a very casual, laid back Cafe-Bistro.
The Blackbird Two of my favourite places to eat and drink are Treacle on Broughton Street and Hamilton’s in Stockbridge, offering homely comfort, cool music and warm ambience.
The Granary Hearty food in contemporary glass-fronted gastropub down on the waterfront in Leith. The split level venue also hosts live theatre and music.
Tradewinds Apartment A smart new development, overlooking the old harbour in Edinburgh's fashionable port of Leith is the Trade Winds Apartment, a second storey pied a terre, bright, most comfortable, and beautifully pres
Tron Kirk The Tron Kirk, situated in the heart of the Old Town, was commissioned by King Charles I and built by Scottish architect John Myle between 1636 and 1647.
The Street The Street is a cafe and bar with outside tables and DJs on some evenings.
The Hudson Hotel Located at the west end of Princes Street, The Hudson Hotel includes the Hudson Bar for food and drink.
theSpace on Niddry St Fringe venue situated off the Royal Mile
The Place Bar & Restaurant Boutique hotel, bar and restaurant located at the east end of the city centre in three Georgian row houses.
The Honours Restaurant Michelin starred restaurant owner Martin Wishart's Parisian style brasserie marries seasonal Scottish food with traditional French cuisine.
The Bonham Hotel - Restaurant and Consulting Room Within a few months of opening in 1998,  the Bonham, Edinburgh was already noticed by discerning world travellers, not least Conde Nast Traveller magazine who deemed it one of 21 Coolest hotel
The Fiddler's Elbow Pub at the top of Leith Walk with live folk and comedy nights.
The Sheep Heid Inn The perfect pub, deep in the heart of Duddingston Village East of Holyrood Park.
The Canons' Gait Bistro bar, with food, a good range of real ales, occasional live music. The pub is in the Canongate area of the Royal Mile, just up from Holyrood.
The Constitution Late night bar, grill and venue offers food and drink selections. Free wifi. Food served daily from 11am until 9pm. Children welcome when dining until 8pm.
The Royal McGregor Edinburgh’s medieval Old Town is renowned for its Castle, Palace, cobbled wynds and dozens of old pubs where our celebrated philosophers and poets used to socialise over past few hundred year
The Tass Old Town, down-to-earth pub situated at the corner of Jeffrey Street and the Royal Mile, just down from the Storytelling Centre.
The Dogs David Ramsden's original no frills restaurant, named after his canine friends, serving classic, Scottish and English fare.
The Mulroy West End restaurant serving Scottish/French food served in smart, intimate, Edwardian setting.
The Mosque Kitchen The new Mosque Kitchen, which moved from the nearby Edinburgh Mosque after a dispute, provides affordable indian curries. This time the restaurant is inside rather than under a tarpaulin roof.