The pedestrianised, cobbled Rose Street is ideal for a leisurely stroll, lined with smart boutiques, bistros and bars, with a diverse choice whether for a few pints with the lads or cool classy cocktails.
Element (between Frederick and Castle Street), offers a casually sophisticated ambience to suit all drinkers as well as doubling as a gastropub. Step inside to find a large island bar, high tables and stools, then further on is the dining area - stunningly designed like a cosy lounge of a Country Inn: blue panelled walls, soft tweed armchairs, polished tan wood, vintage curios, artwork and quirky art deco lamps. A Mural of Edinburgh’s iconic cityscape features Greyfriars Bobby, Arthur’s Seat and Royal Mile.
This is a hidden gem for a relaxing pit stop to enjoy a feast of good homely food and your favourite tipple or two – all day Brunch and traditional Sunday Roast lunch are a speciality.