Named after Henry Mackenzie, noted lawyer and author who lived in the cottage adjacent to what is now Mackenzies Restaurant, this Edinburgh eatery is as much a local institution as the man himself. Oozing true Caledonian style, Mackenzies prides itself on serving traditional Scottish food in a warm, inviting atmosphere. Set in a beautiful old cottage, beamed and white washed, Mackenzies is at its romantic best in the evenings when candles are lit to give that intimate atmosphere that dinner á deux demands. Anybody who views Scottish food as simple and rustic will be in for a surprise – the Mackenzies kitchen is among those pioneering a more refined, contemporary cuisine North of the border. Menus change seasonally to reflect the very best of local produce.
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