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Number One

1 Princes Street, Edinburgh, EH2 2EQ

From the moment you enter Number One there is little doubt that every aspect of this operation is a very classy affair. The surroundings are stylish and the welcome is warm. This is exactly what you would expect from Michelin-starred fine dining, from…

The Finnieston

1125 Argyle Street, Glasgow, G3 8ND

No other bar in Glasgow serves oysters. What’s more, The Finnieston does them properly: on-ice, in a big ceramic half-shell, with Tabasco and pickled shallots. Presentation is more than half the battle here. There’s ‘classily nautical’ décor: aged wood…

Ubiquitous Chip

12 Ashton Lane, Glasgow, G12 8SJ

Although its star has occasionally waned over 40-odd years of serving the West End’s finest, the Chip still holds its own amid the crowded glare and shifting fashions of Ashton Lane, carving a hard-won niche for quality food and metropolitan chic.

Stravaigin

28–30 Gibson Street, Glasgow, G12 8NX

Stravaigin feels as fresh and inventive as when its doors first opened back in 1995. The emphasis on local, seasonal produce combined with a global approach to flavour means even the most jaded palate should find something to please. Look beyond the…

Guy's Restaurant & Bar

24 Candleriggs, Merchant City, Glasgow, G1 1LD

Set in the heart of Candleriggs, Guy's is an unusual find, it has the feeling of a place where something extraordinary could happen. Eclectic décor reflecting the owners fun-loving tastes – film posters, white wood paneling hung with paintings, china…

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Valvona & Crolla Caffè Bar

19 Elm Row, Leith Walk, Edinburgh, EH7 4AA

An Edinburgh institution for many years now, the Contini family's Valvona & Crolla shows no sign of letting its standards slip. Of course, whether you can make it through to the fresh but rustic-styled dining area in the back depends on whether you…

Restaurant at the Bonham

35 Drumsheugh Gardens, Edinburgh, EH3 7RN

Nestled in the grand streets of the West End, The Bonham is a boutique hotel located in an imposing row of Victorian townhouses. The dining room is a stylish and quiet setting, although the urban style that the hotel is striving for can sometimes feel…

Rhubarb

Prestonfield House, Priestfield Road, Edinburgh, EH16 5UT

Prepare to be transported to a place of indulgence, located in the grand setting of Prestonfield House, where Rhubarb wows from start to finish. Pure decadence is reflected in the rich fabrics, evocative fragrances and delightful service. Royalty have…

Two Fat Ladies at the Buttery

652 Argyle Street, Glasgow, G3 8UF

The Buttery is the only ‘destination’ restaurant in Glasgow that actually feels like a quest to get to, hidden in no-man’s land near the M8. Hushed tones, stained glass, ornaments everywhere – it’s full of character, as well as fine food (and not just…

The Orangery, Balbirnie House Hotel

Balbirnie House Hotel, Balbirnie Park, by Glenrothes, Fife, KY7 6NE

The Orangerie Restaurant takes its name from the long south-facing room of the former mansion house that was Balbirnie, with full length windows, trompe l’oeil mirrors and skylight with huge modern chandeliers. During the day it is full of natural light…

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Valvona & Crolla Vincaffè

11 Multrees Walk, Edinburgh, EH1 3DQ

A younger sibling of the Valvona & Crolla delicatessen that has been in nearby Leith Walk for almost eight decades, VinCaffè combines Italian passion for food and wine with finest Scottish ingredients. Snacks and takeaways are served downstairs…

Cail Bruich

725 Great Western Road, Glasgow, G12 8QX

Cail Bruich’s menu so eschews the fashion for flowery descriptions it could have been written by the Plain English Society. The polite list of ingredients doesn’t even hint at the theatre and dazzling artiness of delivered dishes. Chef Chris Charalambus…

Centotre

103 George Street, Edinburgh, EH2 3ES

The pillars holding aloft the Georgian ceiling at Centotre and clever use of booths provide nooks and crannies for romantic tete-a-tetes and broader spaces for parties and business lunches. There is a clear focus on the ingredients here: mozzarella…

Steak

14 Picardy Place, Edinburgh, EH1 3JT

After launching in 2012, Steak has settled into its stride, delivering its red meat extravaganza to an enthusiastic audience. It’s all here: a trio of breeds, all Scottish, served on or off the bone, in (standard) 200g all the way up to (Man vs Food…

The Witchery by the Castle

Castlehill, Royal Mile, Edinburgh, EH1 2NF

One of Edinburgh’s most famous restaurants, celebrated as much for its location near the Castle and historic atmosphere as for the food. There are two distinct dining areas: the darkly romantic 16th- century Witchery, its red leather seats, and old oak…

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The Four Seasons Hotel

The Four Seasons Hotel, St Fillans, Perth and Kinross, PH6 2NF

St Fillans’ Four Seasons Hotel by Loch Earn combines the Meall Reamhar fine dining restaurant and the Tarken Room bistro for lighter lunches and suppers with blackboard specials. The charming décor, inspired by owner Andrew Low’s travels, is a mish-mash…

Ian Brown Food and Drink

55 Eastwoodmains Road, Glasgow, G46 6PW

Located a short walk from the train station in Giffnock, a well-heeled part of the Southside, this restaurant may seem like a bit of a trek from much of the city but there is certain to be reward at the end. With just over 40 covers available, Ian…

Kailzie Gardens Restaurant

Kailzie Estate, Peebles, Scottish Borders, EH45 9HT

If this picturesque corner of the Borders didn’t already have enough to recommend itself, the restaurant at Kailzie Gardens has more than added another attraction. Chef Stuart Clink took on the out-of-town eatery in 2010 and was awarded Michelin Bib…

Kyloe Restaurant & Grill

The Rutland Hotel, 1–3 Rutland Street, Edinburgh, EH1 2AE

Kyloe (meaning ‘cattle’) is looking to fill a niche in the Edinburgh restaurant scene, and that niche is meat, meat, meat. Cows are everywhere – the statue outside, the paintings on the wall, the cowhide furniture and the board that displays all the raw…

Martha's

142a St Vincent Street, Glasgow, G2 5LQ

A relative newcomer, Martha’s already has plenty of dedicated diners and with good reason. This buzzing city centre outlet provides great value fast food with a twist –- healthy, ethical and made on site from local and seasonal quality produce. The…

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The Scottish Café and Restaurant

National Gallery of Scotland, The Mound, Edinburgh, EH2 2EL

Enter the Scottish Café and Restaurant beneath the National Gallery of Scotland and you're not going to be short of choice. For a start, are you just looking for a coffee, a snack or a lighter bite? If so, ask for the café menu (covered by an entry in…

The Sisters Kelvingrove

36 Kelvingrove Street, Glasgow, G3 7RZ

With its clean white walls, dark drapes and wooden floors Sisters Kelvingrove has a smart, business-like appearance that attracts celebrating couples, families and local hotel guests, while also becoming a meeting, greeting and eating point for the…

Smoke Stack

53–55 Broughton Street, Edinburgh, EH1 3RJ

Smokestack underwent an extensive makeover in spring 2012. Gone are the blood-red walls and restaurant-style dining, replaced with stripped-back pale grey decor, bright lights and all-day food service. The bright and breezy tone extends to the menu and…

Bo'Vine Meats and Wines

385 Byres Road, Glasgow, G12 8AU

Despite the beefy name, this atmospheric offshoot of the Hilton Hotel has developed some delicate and subtle touches of late. With foodie flourishes such as pickled cherries, crowdie snow, chicory marmalade, citrus jelly and avocado sorbet sprinkled…

One Square

1 Festival Square, Edinburgh, EH3 9SR

One Square at the Sheraton hotel encompasses bar, restaurant and large outdoor dining terrace, all with a commanding outlook over Festival Square. The hard-edged and stylish interior is, as you might expect for an international hotel chain, somewhat…