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The Scan & Scallie: Celebrating Ten Years of Scottish Pub Classics


Tom and the team Marc Millar

The Scan & Scallie, one of Edinburgh's most popular venues, is celebrating its tenth year. This gastropub, known for its modern twists on Scottish pub classics and warm Scottish hospitality, attracts both locals and visitors from around the world.


Exceptional Food, Great Service, and Consistency

The independent and family-friendly gastropub was recognized recently by the Estrella Damm Top 50 Gastropubs List 2024. Now in its 16th year, the awards are voted for by food experts, industry figures, writers, and journalists from across the UK. It is a list of the best places to eat chosen by the industry, meaning these highly acclaimed venues are being recognized as the very best in the business.


Ham, Egg, and Chips Marc Millar

Chef Owner Tom Kitchin's Perspective

Chef Owner Tom Kitchin expressed his gratitude for the award, saying:

"We're honored to represent Scotland in the Top 50 Gastropub Awards. It's fantastic to be able to showcase the seasonal, local Scottish produce we have access to here, as well as the incredible suppliers who bring us the best of Scotland's land and seas. The recognition from our peers that The Scran & Scallie is a place where people feel welcome and want to return to again and again for great honest, Scottish pub food is something that we're incredibly proud to have created over the past ten years."

A Haven of Warm Scottish Hospitality

Located in the popular Edinburgh neighborhood of Stockbridge, The Scran & Scallie is a haven of warm Scottish hospitality. It has built a reputation for injecting seasonality and creativity into a collection of comfort pub classics. The seasonal menus showcase great Scottish food, or "scran," with ingredients sourced from the very best local Scottish suppliers. As a well-established family-friendly and dog-friendly venue, The Scran & Scallie has become one of Scotland's leading dining destinations, attracting both the local community and diners from across the globe. All are seeking out honest Scottish cooking served in a truly relaxed setting.



Fish Pie Marc Millar



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