Restaurants, Chinese, "Edinburgh"

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B&D's Kitchen

214 Dalry Road, Edinburgh, EH11 2ES

At B&D’s Kitchen the surroundings are simple, the seating limited, but the menu is worth exploring long before arriving, because some of the most interesting, not-seen-on-other-menu options must be ordered 24–48 hours in advance to allow for…

Eastern Cuisine

2-6 Dalry Road, West End, Edinburgh, EH11 2BG

Eating Plus

118 Spring Gardens, Edinburgh, EH8 8EY

Edinburgh Rendezvous

10a Queensferry Street, Edinburgh, EH2 4PG

Having first opened its doors in 1956, the Edinburgh Rendezvous is among the oldest Chinese restaurants in Scotland. In the past couple of years the second-floor space has undergone a makeover, with red drapes hanging from the ceiling that add a…


85 Dalry Road, Edinburgh, EH11 2AA
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Food for U

189 Morningside Road, Edinburgh, EH10 4QP

Takeaway review Situated in the bustling heart of Morningside, Food for U offers primarily Cantonese dishes for takeaway and delivery. The menu is typically extensive but easy to navigate, and includes a few dim sum options as well as a smattering of…

Imperial Palace

36 Inglis Green Road, Edinburgh, EH14 2ER

Sitting beside a nondescript main road, Imperial Palace’s ornate red brick façade and pan tile roof make it hard to miss. Serving authentic Szechuan and Cantonese cuisine, its huge dining room seats 180 people and is often packed, particularly with…

Karen's Unicorn

8b Abercromby Place, Edinburgh, EH3 6LB

Dark furnishings and subdued lighting create a sense of intimacy in Karen’s Unicorn, somewhere to cut yourself off from the outside world and focus on the food – so it helps that the food is something worthy of diners’ attention. A starter of soft-shell…

Lian Pu

14 Marshall Street, Edinburgh, EH8 9BU

Named after the Chinese opera masks tradition, Lian Pu’s fast-food interior is just as colourful. Stepping back from the Cantonese-style food we’ve come to equate with ‘Chinese’, the aim is to introduce people to less familiar regional dishes: their…

Loon Fung

2 Warriston Place, Canonmills, Edinburgh, EH3 5LE

Open since 1972, Loon Fung remains a popular spot for locals with its enduring reputation based on over forty years as one of the better Chinese restaurants in the city. The menu retains a traditional feel but the striking bamboo tubes hanging from the…

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Nanyang Malaysian Cuisine

Unit 1, 3–5 Lister Square, South Pavilion, Quartermile, Edinburgh, EH3 9GL

Nanyang hides away amid the shiny glass, steel and stone of the Quartermile’s as yet empty Lister Square. But this plush, modern box is deservedly busy, because the chefs’ authentic cooking, fusing Malaysia’s Chinese, Indian, Thai and Malay influences…


119 Lothian Road, Edinburgh, EH3 9AN


28 Easter Road, Edinburgh, EH7 5RG

Easter Road’s Ricebox is a top-quality Chinese takeaway. The menu is as extensive as you could hope for, with a variety of standard and inventive dishes including a thorough range of pak choi and tofu options. Meals can be delivered or picked up and are…

Saiko Kitchen

15 Roseneath Street, Edinburgh, EH9 1JH

After falling in love with Vietnamese food, head chef Natalie Florance spent years visiting south-east Asia studying the local cuisine with the dream of bringing fast, fresh, pan-Asian food to Scotland. Now her bright, informal eatery offers a selection…

Stack Dim Sum Bar

42 Dalmeny Street, Edinburgh, EH6 8RG

Tucked down a Leith side street, Stack’s unassuming exterior belies the impressive operation going on inside. This is serious dim sum; traditional and contemporary dumplings, steamed buns, soya skin rolls and braised meat morsels, all freshly made in…

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Taste Good

67-71 Slateford Road, Edinburgh, EH11 1PR

Wing Sing Inn

147–149 Dundee Street, Edinburgh, EH11 1BP

Wing Sing Inn is on the main drag of Fountainbridge and is proclaimed to serve the most authentic northern Chinese food in Edinburgh. The surroundings are pretty basic – just tables, chairs and not much else. Making a choice could take some time and a…

Beijing Banquet

17 Maulsford Avenue, Danderhall, Edinburgh, EH22 1PJ

China Town

3 Atholl Place, Edinburgh, EH3 8HP

The husband and wife team behind China Town have been serving high-end Chinese food in the capital for decades. Now set in their glamorous West End premises for the last six years, the quality continues with all dishes freshly cooked by owner and chef…

Chop Chop

248 Morrison Street, Edinburgh, EH3 8DT

The food at Chop Chop hails from northeast China where, the menu informs us, ‘diners order collectively and share all dishes, brought to the table in random order’. You can choose unlimited banquets for two to six or more, priced at £20.25 per head, and…

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21 Argyle Place, Edinburgh, EH9 1JJ

Dragon Way

10d/10e Bath Street, Portobello, Edinburgh, EH15 1HZ

Gili Gulu

57 Clerk Street, Edinburgh, EH8 9JQ

A comprehensive website and direct online ordering, as well as weekday lunchtime opening, marks Gili Gulu as a sharp, well-run operation. Lying in a prime position for students, the interior is clean and bright and the service prompt. An extensive menu…

Golden Dragon Restaurant

21 Castle Street, Edinburgh, EH2 3DN

This is Edinburgh’s oldest Chinese restaurant, established in 1964 at 21 Castle Street under the name Dragon’s Castle, and over the years most Edinburgh folk have eaten there at some point. Its head chef since 1984, Chak Chuen Chan, bought the business…

Hong Fu Noodle

3–7 Waterloo Place, Edinburgh, EH1 3BG

Owner Jing Si promises real Chinese cooking at Hong Fu Noodle Bar. The recently revamped menu has some genuinely unusual dishes, with Szechuan and Northern Chinese influences predominating. Gone are the ubiquitous prawn toast and chow mein, to be…