A few doors along Albion Street from long-serving Café Gandolfi, this fish-friendly offshoot has a clean-lined contemporary look with modern prints on the pastel-hued walls, bare white tables, black chairs and seats lined up at the bar, plus views of the street action from floor-to-ceiling windows. Seafood from Scottish waters is given an international spin as the kitchen rolls out prawn fritters with tomato salsa, monkfish skewers with chilli and coconut sauce, salmon Wellington and salt-cured pollock with shellfish cream and griddled leeks – plus lobsters and oysters every which way. Meat eaters and veggies also get a look-in, while puds might feature chocolate truffle torte with Chantilly cream. Kids have their own specials, and full Scottish breakfasts are served all day on Sunday. The impressive global wine list includes around 15 by the glass.