Best Scottish Restaurants Outside Town

Edinburgh and its suburbs have a fantastic range of restaurants bars, cafes, tearooms and other places where you can grab a quick meal. There is no need fo you to settle for those non descript generic eating places in this city. Here is our list of some of the best scottish restaurants outside city and you are rest assured of a gourmet experience

A Room in the Town

A lively restaurant on the well known William street below Teuchters bar.An impressive menu of Scottish dishes made from fresh ingredients draw regular diners. Just a few minutes walk away from Princess Street and Haymarket.

Buffalo Grill

A steak joint of repute, Buffalo grill also serves a surprisingly wide-ranging menu. Generous portions and well cooked dishes.BYOB is available. A well thought out short wine list offers competitively priced ale.

Off The Wall

Overlooking the Royal Mile below, Off The Wall makes a great place for a relaxing meal. The interiors have soft lighting and elegant furnishings that add up to the overall mood.

The Grain Store

Tucked away on the upper floor on the Victoria Street, The grain store offers an intimate dining place. The stone vaulting and archways of the original store rooms used by the warren of shops below give it a quaint charm. Serves the very best of Scottish Produce and seasonal products.

The Tower

Lively ambiance and impressive menu makes the Tower a favorite hang out spot. Serves an exquisite shellfish and oyster selection.


Abstract is a stylish restaurant that serve award-winning modern French cuisine created using the finest Scottish ingredients. Located in the heart of Edinburgh, it is open till late night.

Dubh Prais

A small and romantic cellar restaurant offering a complete Scottish dining experience, which caters for both visitors and locals alike. Offers an extensive winelist and a full a la carte Lunch.

Stac Polly

One of Edinburgh's original Scottish restaurants,Stac Polly is now in its 22nd year. The Stone walls, soft decor and the sparkling glasses are truly Scottish in style. Serves an array of modern and traditional dishes well complemented by a winelist featuring Scottish beers and a fine array of single malt whiskys.

The Kitchin

Opened in 2006 by a couple Tom & Michaela Kitchin on Edinburgh’s stylish waterfront, the Kitchin continues to serve quality food with great passion. It offers modern British cuisine influenced by French cooking techniques made from locally sourced best quality ingredients.