Best Edinburgh Restaurants for Good Grub
Located along Gullane's Main Street, La Potiniere is owned by award winning chefs Keith Marley and Mary Runciman. Considered one of the finest restaurants in East Lothian, this restaurant wins a few brownie points for its amazing location amidst some of Scotland's finest golf courses. The regularly updated menu includes in house dining options and a comprehensive wine list. Friendly and relaxed atmosphere.
Modern Scottish restaurant housed with Fringe favourite the Traverse Theatre. Stylish & informal
Small but stylish cafe. specials board in summer, byob, mtv on big screens.Cooked breakfasts, hot meals as well as a selection of sandwiches, snacks and beverages are available.
A cute family restaurant that offers a perfect intimate dining experience for just 40. Simple and seasonal food with a range of wines, in a truly relaxed atmosphere.
While Champany's has always been popular for its signature beef dishes, the alternative dishes are by no means less popular.Serves an eclectic selection of world-class wines.
Tucked away in a backstreet location between Great Junction St and the Shore, this award winning restaurant offers a diverse menu and wine list.
An award-winning boutique hotel brand, which offers innovative style and impeccable services. Enjoy 5 star luxury at an affordable price.
An authentic French patisserie,which serves freshly baked delicacies along with hot tea and fresh coffee. Great milieu and a wide range of pastries to choose from.
Edinburgh is teeming with places where you can have a quick grub. From French restauarants, brasseries and small eat outs,these are the right places for you to grab some fresh snacks, soup or even ,meals. Here is our list of some of the best Edinburgh restaurants for a good grub.