Here’s a round up of all the restaurants that we’ve visited since we started writing the Edinburgh Foody blog. We’ve included a few symbols to help you. We also added a few beer and gin establishments.
V = good for vegetarians although not necessarily vegetarian
F = good for fish
M = good for meat.
S = seasonal food
The links will take you through to our original post. Scroll down to see the restaurants on a map. Check out our
café reviews too!
63 Tay Street: Carpaccio of smoked haddock, chopped duck egg and curry.
Edinburgh – City Centre, Leith
11 Brunswick Street
All Bar One
The Apartment Bistro
Basement Bar & Restaurant
Cafe St Honoré S
Contini Ristorante (Was Centrotre)
Chop Chop, Leith (now closed)
Cucina Restaurant and Bar
David Bann’s V
Le Di-vin French
Element Restaurant and Bar
Earthy, Edinburgh V
Edinburgh Larder Bistro S
L’Escargot Bleu, Edinburgh French
Fatma Restaurant, Leith Lebanese
First Coast, Edinburgh F
The Flying Dog
Gardener’s Cottage Restaurant, Edinburgh S
Galvin’s Brasserie de Luxe French
Hay Sushi F
Hard Rock Café
Heads and Tails (Gin)
Hotel du Vin
Innis & Gunn (beer)
Joseph Pearce Swedish
Just Burgers and Beer
Kalpna V Indian
Kanpai Sushi V F Japanese
The King’s Wark, Leith F
Kyloe Restaurtant M
Locanda de Gusti Italian The Magnum
Meat Hook at Mathers
Michael Neave, Kitchen & Whisky Bar
Mithas, Leith V F Indian – Jan 2015 Mithas is now closed.
Mussel Inn, Edinburgh F
Mya Thai and Indian restaurant, Leith
La P’tite Folie
La Petite Mort
Pizza Express, Queensferry Street
Pommery Bar (Open during Edinburgh Festival, August only)
The Restaurant, Scotch Malt Whisky Society (on the map under Scotch Malt Whisky Society)
A Room in the West End
A Room in Leith
Scran and Scallie
The Sheep Heid Inn, Edinburgh
The Stockbridge Restaurant
Stac Polly – Gin and Wine Bar
Sushiya F Japanese
Tang’s F Japanese
Yo! Sushi F
Wagamama, Edinburgh F
Whighams Wine Cellars
Zizzi’s Roxburgh Close
Edinburgh – Close by
The Boat House, Queenferry
Wee Restaurant Queensferry Out of Edinburgh
63 Tay Street, Perth
Craig Millar, St Monan’s
Dinner by Heston Blumenthal, London
St Fillans, Loch Earn
Gandolfi Fish, Glasgow F
Itihaas, Dalkeith Indian
Mark Hix, London
Sat Bains, Nottingham
Zamorin, Linlithgow Indian
Last updated by
at Bread Baker Danielle June 11, 2015.
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Another vote for Gardeners Cottage!
I’d love to try the Gardener’s Cottage. Have heard so many great things about this place!
Definitely the restaurant of the moment!
I love to have thali at Kalpna – get a little of a lot
Mmm yes a definite must
Favourite restaurant in Edinburgh just now is Nawroz. Love Kurdish food.
Now, that’s one for me to try! Thank you!
The Gardener’s Cottage is where i would like to try. love the rusticity and the use of local fare.
It’s definitely the talk of the time at the moment! I agree a great place to try.
Wouldn’t mind going to The Dogs. I like the looks of their menu and the prices seem very reasonable considering the reviews they are getting.
I agree a great laid back place.
I love Mark’s style of cooking, it’s fresh, seasonal and picture perfect. He is a credit to Scotland cooking scene and to eat in his restaurant would be privilege.
Great choice and well deserved!
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