City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh Restaurants


These are recently added Edinburgh restaurants. See also our latest Edinburgh Restaurant Reviews

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The Voyage of Buck

Scottish

The British Colonial heritage concept for the fourth Bar & Kitchen from the Big Red Teapot company (Hamilton’s, Treacle, Blackbird) is inspired by William “Buck” Clarence who, allegedly, lived at this

The Tass

Pub-grub

Old Town, down-to-earth pub situated at the corner of Jeffrey Street and the Royal Mile, just down from the Storytelling Centre.

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The Stockbridge Restaurant

Scottish, Seafood

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.

The Shore

Scottish

Intimate dockside restaurant, with an old world feel, and cosy adjoining bar.

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The Sheep Heid Inn

Scottish

The perfect pub, deep in the heart of Duddingston Village East of Holyrood Park.

The Scran and Scallie

Scottish

The Scran & Scallie showcases a seasonal menu in line with the ‘From Nature to Plate’ philosophy of the gastro-pub.

The Salisbury Arms

Pub-grub

The Salisbury Arms is a traditional local pub & restaurant in Edinburgh serving tasty, freshly cooked food and top-drawer drinks, with a log-fire when it's chilly and a great beer garden for the warmer weather.

The Royal McGregor

Scottish

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 Roseleaf

Pub-grub, Vegetarian

Formerly the Black Swan, the Roseleaf pub, or bar/cafe as it prefers to bill itself, is a quirky Leith bar where the cocktails are served in mismatched china tea sets.

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The Roamin' Nose

Brunch, Cafes, Italian, Takeaway

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.

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The Riparian Rooms

Scottish

The Riparian Rooms is inspired by the history of Broughton, originally Broc Tun, “the farm beside the brook.” The spacious, light-filled Brasserie has a quirky decor - stone walls, dark wood, leather

The Refinery St Andrew Square

American, English, Fish and Chips, Scottish

First Scottish restaurant-bar by designers Drake & Morgan providing cocktails and a seasonal menu in historic square in Edinburgh's New Town.

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The Raeburn

Scottish

The former Raeburn House House in Stockbridge re-opened in April, 2014 after careful refurbishment combining original Georgian period architecture with contemporary decorative style.

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The Printing Press Bar & Kitchen

English, Scottish

Vibrant restaurant set in the heart of Edinburgh on George Street. Serving the best locally sourced Scottish produce in a newly restored Georgian townhouse.

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The Place Bar & Restaurant

Scottish

Boutique hotel, bar and restaurant located at the east end of the city centre in three Georgian row houses.

The Other Place interior

The Other Place

American

The former Stag's Head has been stylishly renovated to create a smart, contemporary Bar-Bistro, while the ingenious old street map ceiling reflects its Canonmills heritage.

Mulroy Restaurant dining room

The Mulroy

French, Scottish, Seafood

West End restaurant serving Scottish/French food served in smart, intimate, Edwardian setting.

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The Mosque Kitchen

Indian, Takeaway

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.

The Kitchin

Scottish

Michelin-starred, waterfront restaurant run by husband and wife team Tom & Michaela Kitchin. The ethos is locally sourced in-season ingredients.

The Inn on the Mile

The Inn on the Mile

Pub-grub, Scottish

On the corner of North Bridge and the Royal Mile, you’re not likely to miss finding this historic pub with its outdoor tables.