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1 Comely Bank Road, Stockbridge, Edinburgh,Scotland EH4 1DT
Like many of their high-ranking colleagues, Michelin-starred chefs Tom Kitchin and Dominic Jack (The Kitchin and Castle Terrace) have decided to dip their...
2-6 Rutland Place, Old Town, Edinburgh, EH1 2AD
The Ghillie Dhu – literally ‘black (haired) fishing or stalking guide’ – is a newish and unabashed Scottish venue in the shadow of Edinburgh Castle,...
2B Jamaica Street, Edinburgh,Central Scotland EH3 6HH
Iglu is a small, unassuming modern pub on a side street in Edinburgh’s New Town, with an equally modest restaurant upstairs. Its commitment to local,...
119 High Street, Edinburgh, Edinburgh, EH1 1SG
Hard by the Royal Mile, within easy reach of Edinburgh Castle & the Scottish Parliament, Whiski does exactly what it says on the tin. Top billing naturally...
49 Frederick Street, Edinburgh, Edinburgh,Central Scotland EH2 1EP
Once an instantly forgettable city-centre boozer, The Queens Arms has been seriously overhauled, extravagantly recast and made to look like a faux 18th-century...
42–58 Angle Park Terrace, Slateford, Edinburgh, Edinburgh,Central Scotland EH11 2JR
Once a tasting warehouse adjoined to the nearby Caledonian Brewery, this utilitarian, single-storey pub takes the whole subject of craft beer very seriously....
36 Shore, Leith, Edinburgh, Edinburgh,Central Scotland EH6 6QU
From the outside this historic waterfront boozer in Leith (circa 1432) looks pretty run of the mill, yet it’s a top shout locally, with a reputation...
15-16 Market Street, Edinburgh, Edinburgh,Central Scotland EH1 1DE
Nestling yards from the bottom of Fleshmarket Close and midway between the old editorial offices of The Scotsman and the train station, The Doric was...