Central New Town restaurant serving mediterranean and middle-Eastern meze dishes.
For thirty two years from 1981 to 2013, 39A Queensferry Street at the West End of Edinburgh was the address of Bar Roma, the much beloved Italian Trattoria.
On the corner of Eyre Place and Canonmills, the McLachlan’s Ale House was a traditional local boozer, complete with darts board. With a funky new look, it's now re-named Cross and Corner.
Established in 1978, our restaurant is often known as the best restaurant in Edinburgh for serving top quality food.
Small, family operated restaurant featuring traditional and contemporary Thai food. Drinkers should BYOB (£2.50 corkage).
"The Goth" is a Grade II listed building with over 100 years history to its name. Meals are served in the family friendly bistro and there's a pub with real ales available on tap.
David Ramsden's original no frills restaurant, named after his canine friends, serving classic, Scottish and English fare.
As the name suggests, a cosy, breakfast and all-day cafe with a distinctive elephantine theme. Serves an array of bagel sandwiches.
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.
Formerly the popular Waterfront Bar and Grill, this cosy bar on the edge of the Leith's waterfront provides vegetarian and non-veggie comfort food served in large and small mugs.