City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

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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.
theSpace on North Bridge Theatre during the Fringe in August run by theSpace, located where North Bridge meets the Royal Mile. 36
The Roseleaf 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.
Teuchters Landing 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.
The Mews Conveniently located in the centre of Edinburgh, the building dates back to the 18th century and was redeveloped in 2009. It now boasts a sympathetic fusion of the original historic building with an...
The French Fancies Coffee, tea, cakes and recipes from a French childhood in this new home made delicatessen.
The Salisbury Arms 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...
Toby Carvery Eating out at Liberton Toby Carvery is "Just as it should be" - a warm and cosy place to enjoy quality food with family and friends.
The Conifers Guesthouse Affordable family run guest house in Pilrig area with 5 rooms, at the boundary between Edinburgh and Leith. A short walk from Edinburgh Playhouse.
The One Below Ground level designer lounge bar in Rutland Hotel on West end of Princes Street that is inspired by the upmarket clubbing style of New York, Paris and L.A.
Tollcross Primary School Central primary school providing classes in English and since 1982 in Gaelic.
Theatre Royal, Glasgow The home of Scottish Opera and Scottish Ballet, this major Victorian theatre in Glasgow hosts drama, dance, comedy, opera, musical and children’s theatre.
Take It Away Spud Long-established baked potato, takeaway shop providing a simple, wholesome, affordable fillings in a buttered spud jacket.
The Stockbridge Restaurant 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 Corstorphine Heritage Centre The Corstorphine Heritage Centre is housed in the distinctive white, 17th Century Dower House. It stands in the green setting of St Margaret's Park, just off Corstorphine High Street.
The Cellar Door Restaurant Provides some of local and continental meals - lunch, high tea, dinner - at reasonable prices.
The Conan Doyle A short stroll from Picardy Place, Cathedral Lane and Queens Street, The Conan Doyle is a traditional pub with an eclectic range of real ales and pub food.
The Edinburgh Residence The Edinburgh Residence is located in the West End, walking distance to the city's famous historical buildings and major attractions. The hotel has 29 luxury town house suites.