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A Room in Leith Seafood & Game Bar
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It was a sunny evening on Leith's Shore area. After a long winter, temperatures had risen and although it wasn't quite 'taps aff', vitamin D starved...

A Room in the West End
Scottish Restaurant under a pub in chi chi William Street.

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Scottish Restaurant that is very reasonably priced and above The Abbotsford pub in Rose St.

Aizle
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“We sent the Skate back this morning, it wasn't good enough". A post-prandial chat with Chef Stuart Ralston reveals a demanding attitude to...

Angels with Bagpipes
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Couture cuisine

Aurora Modern Eatery
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  Despite Leith Walk and The Shore gradually joining up gastronomically it remains a bold move to open a restaurant on Great Junction Street b...

Bisque Bar & Brasserie
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Bisque is a neighbourhood eatery tucked away underneath The Bruntsfield Hotel

Copper Blossom
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Men entering Copper Blossom may be required to tap into their feminine side. If you are threatened by florals it's not the place for you.  I w...

Craigie’s Farm
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A birthday lunch and Sunday roast On a recent Sunday we took a trip to Craigie’s Farm on the outskirts of Edinburgh, to have a birthday lunch for...

Dakota
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A view from the bridge It was high time I took my friend 'The Dowager' out for supper and Dakota was the venue of choice. The hot...

Dine
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A foodie tour of Scotland   With its strong focus on seasonal, local produce, a visit to Dine is like a culinary tour of the riches Scotl...

Dominic Jack at Castle Terrace
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Three top notch restaurants in one month but all with their own unique style. Norn the punky young upstart, Number One a sparkling Edinburgh jewel a...

Duck's at Kilspindie House
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If you know your history of Edinburgh's restaurants, you'll know that Malcolm Duck'...

Edinburgh Food Studio - opening the doors ...
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A trip to Edinburgh Food Studio is never dull, but as more people have heard about their intriguing dining set up, guest chefs and exciting food, ...

Field
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 One thing Edinburgh does extremely well is tiny, cosy restaurants that burst with character, and Michelin-listed Field is an exceptional exam...

Fishers in Leith
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On its website, Fishers Leith claims to be "the last word in Edinburgh's finest casual dining for the last 20 years". Its location, in a 17th-cen...

Fishers in the City
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  Fisher’s is a classic city centre bistro specialising in fresh fish and seafood with the service and décor you would expect from a...

Forage & Chatter
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  A home from home. That is how the owner of Forage and Chatter describes this tucked away West End restaurant.  And pots of herbs, the ...

Harvey Nichols Forth Floor Brasserie
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Mrs Bite is really enjoying all the summer menus this year. Usually it’s autumn that gets the Foodies excited but some glorious sunshine after...

Harvey Nichols Restaurant on the Forth Floor
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Pure indulgence

Hawksmoor Edinburgh
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Do the right thing. When the ‘Go-Between’ and Mrs Bite were invited to Hawksmoor we suspected an indulgent night in stylish surroundings. The ...

Howies
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Fine food without the faff

Ishka
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First place goes to desserts, starters are a close runner up and main courses take third place. Mr Bite and me agree, puddings win hands down at ...

Kilted Lobster
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  Scottish seafood – obviously.  Stockbridge is such a lovely place to wander around at anytime but on a sunny early evening during th...

Kyloe Gourmet Steak Restaurant & Grill
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Gourmet Steak with a Gourmet Girl

Le Roi Fou
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Salon life   Vibrant green Wye Valley asparagus and day-glo pink rhubarb both force their way through the cold dark ground of the hungry g...

Leftfield
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When you can walk to your local restaurant, strolling home again after a rib-eye steak and Argentinian Malbec, you know you’re onto something go...

Lovage
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I LOVEaged it Being modern is scary. Being European, even more, believe me. Surely smoking 20 Gauloises a day, drinking espressos, and eating pizza...

Market Menu at Dine - Summer on our plates
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Stuart Muir is a talented chef who attained a Michelin star aged just 23.  He cooks top notch seasonal fare with skill and is passionate about ...

Michael Neave Kitchen and Whisky Bar
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It's a brave chef who opens his own place with years of experience under his knife. It's even braver when a 21 year old decides to the same, but t...

Miller Carter
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S-moo-th operator

Monteiths
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The Bees Knees

No.11 Hotel & Brasserie
Serving light lunches, luxury Afternoon Teas, and fine dining dinners. Our food has an emphasis on quality ingredients from Artisan suppliers. We ar...

Nobles Bar, Cafe & Restaurant
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Voicemail from the editor, "We’d like you to have lunch at Nobles in Leith, do you know it?” I did but I hadn't been for aeons and this Scotti...

Norn
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Where Zen meets punk   The ethos of DIY rules at Norn, a restaurant which shuts on a Tuesday and Wednesday so that the team can go foraging...

North Bridge Brasserie
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Monday Supper Club

One Square
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  Sole-food with Craig Hart Craig Hart took the helm as Executive Chef for One Square early this year. Arriving from Gleneagles he swiftly pu...

Orocco Pier
Set on the waterfront, this boutique hotel, bar and restaurant overlooks the Firth of Forth and iconic Road and Rail Bridges. Relax and unwind out on ...

Ostara
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There is a reason why Ostara won Best Newcomer from The List Eating & Drinking Guide 2017/8 and Best Cafe from The Skinny two years in successio...

Owl and Deer
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Owl and Deer is a people watching paradise. Even though I am totally engaged in a catch up with Simone I can't help my gaze occasionally drifting ov...

Purslane
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Casual fine dining

Reekie's Smokehouse
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It's not often I write up a meal and make myself hungry in the process, but the thought of Reekie's has got my stomach rumbling. Where to start? Th...

Restaurant  Mark Greenaway
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Brer Rabbit is on my plate. The dish is mosaic of rabbit terrine, carrot mayonnaise, carrot meringues, roasted hazelnuts, baby leaves and pickled ...

Scottish Grouse and The Glorious Twelfth
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Seasonal Eating at Number One

Smokestack
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No smoke without steak!

St Andrews Brewing Company
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Ye cannae get mair Scottish than a tweed kettle… Imagine Edinburgh around 200 years ago. Imagine Auld Reekie, reeking with the great unwashed...

Stac Polly
The Scottish restaurant

Stac Polly Brasserie, Gin & Wine Bar
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From the first succulent mouthful I was hooked. Duck seared then marinated in star anise, juniper, coriander, seasoned and left for 48 hours. I th...

Taisteal
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  Return fare please  Taisteal is Gaelic for journey and ours began bumpy. Public transport had let me down. I was late and Mr Bite was ...

The Apiary
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Birds and bees

The Atelier
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Aiming high in Haymarket

The Club Room at The Dome
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The Club Room is part of The Dome, a spectacular venue on Edinburgh's swanky George Street

The Dining Room - A La Carte
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Fine food paired with wonderful wine and whisky.  My friend was visiting from Norway and I wanted to choose a restaurant  that was ‘jus...

The Dining Room - Tasting menu
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  After a refurb last year, things have changed at the Scotch Malt Whisky Society (SMWS) with the new Kaleidoscope Whisky Bar on the ground fl...

The Edinburgh Larder Licensed Cafe
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 Food with Thought - Are mindful restaurants and cafes a 'thing' yet?  If they were The Edinburgh Larder Café woul...

The Garden Cafe  at The Dome
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Summer in the city

The Olive Branch
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This bistro has a way with ingredients.  They are used in abundance and a signature style gradually emerged as I lunched with my friend.  ...

The Printing Press
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Hot off The Press .....  I've been seriously impressed with the Burr & Co coffee shop, part of the newly refurbed George Hotel on George ...

The Rabbit Hole – Straight Down the Middle
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Sweet Melinda's in Marchmont has had its burrow completely revamped by a new occupant.  Frantic strains of sawing have given way to a fresh arr...

The Refinery
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Check out the menus here   Crouched between Dishoom, Wagamama and the hotly anticipated Ivy, this newcomer nods to Scottish heritage with thre...

The Restaurant at The  Bonham
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The auld alliance strikes again

The Scottish Cafe
Cafe and restaurant at the National Gallery of Scotland in Princes St Gardens

The Scottish Cafe
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Jam or cream first The perennial question. Lea goes for a smear of jam whilst I rock the boat with a dollop of cream. I am not going to argue abou...

The Sheep Heid Inn
Ewe beauty!

The Shore Grill and Fish House - Food with a View
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It must be daunting for a restaurant to live up to the view that spans the Queensferry Crossing. As this pioneering structure raises its harp and pl...

The Urban Fox - The Causewayside disruptor
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There’s a note lying on the dark wood table. A torn page from a notepad. The sloped calligraphy includes lemon zest liqueur. Grenadine. Pickering...

The Walnut
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When I posted pictures of my lunch on Instagram (as you do) I was surprised that a few well known ‘Foodies’ had still not made it along to Th...

The Wee Restaurant
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Big on flavour

The Wee Restaurant
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It may be called a 'wee' restaurant due to originally having a mere 40 covers at its first site in North Queensferry but this restaurant is big on...

The West Room
Continental and Scottish breakfast, lunch and dinner menu, afternoon teas, homemade pies and parfaits, and British syle tapas.

The White Horse Oysters & Seafood.
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The White Horse is THE most exciting addition to the Edinburgh restaurant scene. Seafood is an integral part of Scotland’s heritage. Oysters were...

Timberyard
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Urban Rustic

Turquoise Thistle
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Stylish and Scottish

Twenty Princes Street - Twenty’s Plenty
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This is a pretty good offer if you want to have lunch somewhere swish and comfortable without paying the earth.  ‘Twenty’s Plenty’ allow...

Usquabae
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It's had a tough few years, but the The West End is back on track. Ryan's Bar is one of the hood's institutions, and their cellar's had a stylish re...

Wedgwood Tasting Menu
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When you hear one of your favourite restaurants has a new tasting menu your mouth starts watering and you know it’s time for another foodie night ...

West Linton - The Old Bakehouse
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McTwist again

Whiski Rooms
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Slàinte mhath This shrine to the Uisge Beath comprising shop, bar and restaurant squats proudly atop The Mound. Panoramic views of our 'Athens of...

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