Restaurants, "edinburgh"

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Toby Carvery

St Johns Road, Edinburgh, EH12 8AX

Waldorf Astoria Edinburgh: The Caledonian

Princes Street, Edinburgh, EH1 2AB

Waldorf Astoria Edinburgh: The Caledonian, known locally as 'The Caley', is one of Edinburgh's most significant landmarks. Standing proudly at the west end of Princes Street, its reputation for style and excellence has attracted visitors for over 100…

Café Rouge

43 Frederick Street, Edinburgh, EH2 1EP

With a combination of delicious food, great wines and a real ambience, Café Rouge has embodied the style and je ne sais quoi of French dining since it opened way back in 1989. Now with over 90 sites across the country it's just the place to mull over…

Bellini Cookery School

c/o Gino's Italian Kitchen, 158 Dalkeith Road, Edinburgh, EH16 5DX

Run by chef Angelo Cimini and Gina Giubarelli, who ran Bellini restaurant in Edinburgh’s New Town until 2009, the Italian-oriented cook school aims to teach people how to prepare delicious, healthy meals. Classes are informal and hands-on, and can be…

6VT Youth Cafe

6 Victoria Terrace, Edinburgh, EH1 2JL
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A Room in Leith

1a Dock Place, Edinburgh, EH6 6LU

The 'Room in …' enterprise has undergone some big changes since 2013, having closed A Room in the Town and expanded the Leith outpost of Teuchters Landing pub – but the biggest change has been the shift to bigger premises for A Room in Leith, across the…

A Room in the West End

26 William Street, Edinburgh, EH3 7NH

A Room in the West End’s signature dishes – haggis, neeps and tatties to start and their famous banoffee pie to finish – signal their strengths. This place excels at well cooked, comfortable dinners that will interest but not dominate the conversation.

Acanthus

201–203 Bruntsfield Place, Edinburgh, EH10 4DH

Affogato

36 Queensferry Street, Edinburgh, EH2 4QS

Could this be the finest ice cream in Edinburgh? If it’s not, it’s right up there with the best. Strictly speaking, it’s actually gelato that Anna Campbell’s friendly West End establishment both creates (on the premises) and serves from its revolving…

African Flavour Lounge

187 Great Junction Street, Edinburgh, EH6 5JQ
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Agoon Pani

91 Henderson Street, Edinburgh, EH6 6ED

Agua Restaurant & Bar

Apex City Hotel, 61 Grassmarket, Edinburgh, EH1 2HJ

Agua, located on the ground floor of the Apex City Hotel, may not be able to compete with the peerless view of Edinburgh Castle offered by its sister restaurant, Heights, in the Apex International, a few doors down. But Agua does offer a well-considered…

Aizle

107–109 St Leonard's Street, Edinburgh, EH8 9QY

When Aizle arrived in April 2014, a lot had to be explained carefully. Aizle rhymes with hazel, we were advised, and the word itself was Scots for 'spark'. A 30-year-old Scottish chef, Stuart Ralston, and his American partner Krystal Goff, an innovative…

L'Alba D'Oro

5–11 Henderson Row, Edinburgh, EH3 5DH

Perhaps Edinburgh’s most acclaimed chippy, L’Alba D’oro has been at the forefront of fish-frying for nearly forty years, and your fresh-cooked fish is boxed and ready well before you’re finished digesting the various accolades that adorn the walls.

Alba Flamenca

74 East Crosscauseway, Edinburgh, EH8 9HQ

Alba Flamenca is Scotland's only dedicated flamenco dance school and performance venue, offering flamenco classes and workshops for all abilities and ages. Tucked away on a quiet side street (as the best flamenco always is!) on the vibrant Southside…

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Amber Restaurant

The Scotch Whisky Experience, 354 Castlehill, The Royal Mile, Edinburgh, EH1 2NE

Primarily targeted at visitors to the capital and its historic Old Town, Amber is something of a secret for locals unless they turn tourists in their own city. The name is, of course, inspired by the hues of the almost 400 different whiskies that line…

Amicus Apple (Closed)

17 Frederick Street, Edinburgh, EH2 2EY

For a spot of lunch in between shopping, or (weather permitting) a couple of cocktails on the terrace, Amicus Apple is a great city-centre daytime hangout, as well as a classy and stylish venue for dinner, or evening drinks before hitting the town.

Angels' Share Hotel & Bar

9–11 Hope Street, Edinburgh, EH2 4EL

Replacing the Hudson Hotel, this is Le Monde owner Billy Lowe’s latest project. The layout remains similar, although the interior is slicker - think industrial boudoir - with portraits of famous Scots such as Sean Connery, Ewan McGregor and erm, Tiffany…

Anima

11 Henderson Row, Edinburgh, EH3 5DH

Takeaway review An expansion of L'Alba d'Oro, the fish and chip ship next door famed for a menu and extensive wine list that tosses up combinations like crocodile and chips washed down with a bottle of Krug, Anima also goes beyond the conventional…

Annabelle's

27 Sciennes Road, Edinburgh, EH9 1NX
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Annapurna View Restaurant

13 Newington Road, Edinburgh, EH9 1QR

Anteaques

17 Clerk Street, Edinburgh, EH8 9JH

One of a kind in Edinburgh, this tea room is in the middle of a curios shop where various collectables and vintage items tempt the wallet while you savour a pot of delightful brew. Jazz and classical music fills each room, as does a predominantly…

The Apartment Bistro

7–13 Barclay Place, Edinburgh, EH10 4HW

Insightful, minimalist décor choices made at the turn of the millennium allow The Apartment to remain contemporary, with a look inside and out that could sit comfortably on a Paris street. The regularly changing menus comprise à la carte, specials and…

Apeeling Fruit Bouquets

170 Dalkeith Road, Edinburgh, EH16 5DX

Apiary

33 Newington Road, Edinburgh, EH9 1QR

To avoid any confusion, it’s nothing to do with hairy mammals – it’s all about the bees (an apiary, for the uninitiated, is a collection of beehives). Or, indeed, the birds and the bees, as this Southside newbie is the younger sibling to Bruntsfield’s…