Look for gourmet experience in friendly neigbourhood bistros, away from the touristy Old Town, and find hidden gems in dark alleyways.
The Gardener's Cottage
The Gardener's Cottage is not an usual type of restaurant. It's located in a historic building at the foot of the Calton hill, away from tourists and the hustle and bustle of Leith Walk. Everyone sits together at candle-lit common tables and eat a five course set menu. Beautifully cooked seasonal food. Delicious it is! Read more ›
Fishers in the City
The restaurant is located on cobbled Thistle street, away from the hustle and bustle of the busy high street, but close enough to it to serve as an excellent option for a meal out on a shopping day. The interior is smart, nicely decorated with nautical theme and the place even has an aquarium. Read more ›
Dusit lives up to its reputation serving the best thai in town. Their menu contains a wide range of mouthwatering dishes: from soups, through wok, curry and seafood specialities to vegetarian courses. If you're not a thai food expert, the creative names help you to experiment - you might fancy a 'Lady in the Garden' or dare a hot 'Tiger Cry'. Read more ›
Bia is Irish Gaelic for food and Bistrot is French for bistro. Roisin and Matthias Llorente's charming little place is a favourite of the Morningside area with simple, seasonal dishes and always great food. No wonder Bia made it to the Michelin list of best value UK restaurants every year since 2012. Read more ›
Cafe St Honoré