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The TravelScotland Selection: Best Edinburgh Places For Sunday Breakfast

Hadrian's

Location: 2 North Bridge

Phone: 0131 557 5000

Opinion: Hadrian is the elegant and trendy brasserie of Balmoral .Famed for its palate-appetising brunches, Hadrian was the Scotsman's "Best for breakfast" choice in a recent poll. The services are best on Sunday mornings. Open from 7am (Sun 7.30am)

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The Scotsman Hotel

Location: 20 North Bridge

Phone: 0131 556 5565

Opinion: This top boutique hotel of Edinburgh , housed within the imperial Scotsman Newspaper building, gifts its guests an exquisite and languid start to the day. Once you are at the Scotsman , you can savor an eclectic and voguish Sunday breakfast.From 7-10.30am, 8-11.30am weekends.


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Ricks

Location: 55a Frederick Street

Phone: 0131 622 7800

Opinion: Ricks is one of the most talked about cool cafe-bars of Edinburgh .Be it either a power or mellow breakfast, this chic and stylish hotel can turn out to be an excellent choice.The city centre hotel provides the much sought-after early start on Sundays. Open 7 days from 8am.


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Urban Angel

Location: 121 Hanover Street

Phone: 0131 225 6215

Opinion: Sequestered in a city centre basement, the Urban Angel offers the tastiest food possible, embracing the organic and free-trade produce available. You can enjoy a contemporary menu at this relaxed and popular cafe.You can also relish hearty puddings! Open from 10 am.


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Favorit

Location: 121 Hanover Street

Phone: 0131 221 1800

Opinion: One of the Best late night restaurants, Favorit is also one of the best places to have a sumptuous Sunday morning breakfast. An exotic restaurant, where adults and children, groups and couples are equally delighted and well catered for, all around the clock. Open 7 days from 8am.


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City Cafe

Location: Blair Street

Phone:0131-220 0125

Opinion: Savor a perfect Scottish breakfast from this legendary city cafe. Appreciatively, the taste is meteoric for all the right reasons.One of the great places in Edinburgh to have a Sunday Breakfast. From 11am.


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King's Wark

Location: 36 The Shore

Phone: 0131 554 9260

Opinion: An enduringly popular eating place, famous for its civilised brunches, friendly staff and cozy atmosphere.Sunday morning breakfasts is an ample hangover quick fix on a weekend. Sited on the waterfront of Leith, King's Wark has won numerous accolades and awards to its credit.


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Black Medicine Coffee Shop

Location: 2 Nicolson Street

Phone: 0131 622 7209

Opinion: Big bagels, mouth-watering cookies,fab smoothies and delicious muffins, all with an equally great smell. An excellent start to Sundays. A mecca for coffees, renowned all over the city. Squeeze your way into one of the hippest Coffee Shops in the area - The Black Medicine Coffee Shop

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Elephant House

Location: 21 George IV Bridge

Phone: 0131 220 5355

Opinion: A place of inspiration, that has witnessed the growth of many world-renowned writers including J.K.Rowling. Situated near the University, The Elephant Coffee House serves the finest arabica coffees. The lovely atmosphere renders the much-needed welcome break on Sundays. Open from 9am.

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The Broughton Street Breakfast

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Opinion: Packed with a stunning variety of restaurants, fun-filled cafes, delis, fashionable night clubs and busy bars, the Broughton Street exceeds the expectations of any visitor. You can choose from any of the restaurants down the street- Mather's, one of edinburgh's best known bars. The Outhouse is famous for its Sunday barbeques. Baroque , very buoyant at weekends is open from 10am. Quoted as one among the best bars in Britain, The Basement attests its ability repeatedly . Down the corner is the relaxing, traditional, real ale bar- The Barony , open from 12.30-3.30pm.


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The Olive Branch

Location: Corner of Broughton Street and Broughton Place

Phone: 0131 557 8589

Opinion: Its big windows makes it an excellent place for you to gaze at Edinburgh as it passes by. It has a relaxed atmosphere inspite of being routinely packed. Prepare to let your taste buds be dazzled with their awesome breakfast fry-ups.From 10am

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Indigo Yard

Location: 7 Charlotte Lane

Phone: 0131 220 5603

Opinion: Getting the cafe, bar, restaurant balance right, The Indigo Yard ,is indeed a one-stop shop. It continues to hold its charm by offering absolutely divine food.The stylish, buzzing bistro boasts of a superb menu selection. You can delish one of the best brunches from this highly acclaimed venue.

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If you feel we have missed a place off the Best Edinburgh Sunday Breakfast joints then get in touch.A stylish,buzzing bistro with a superb menu selection.

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