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Only a few minutes walk from the Edinburgh castle, Howies is well known for its attractively priced wine list and full bar.
Hula is a lively juice bar and cafe in the heart of Edinburgh's old town, which is quite popular among the locals and tourists.
The restaurant set in the heart of Edinburgh's historic old town offers a range of cuisines including French and North African apart from traditional Scottish cuisine. The stone arches and the spiral wooden staircase gives it an old world charm.
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.
it is impossible to miss the bright blue facade of this cheerful French Bistro. The interiors exude a distinct North African vibe with the bar area furnished in umber shades. The menu is diverse and offers a good mix of traditional and modern dishes.
Khushi's the first Indian Restaurant to open in Edinburgh in 1947 still continues to pamper the tastebuds of Indian food lovers.
An underground pub that offers free jazz and Latin music during the week. Great service; no cover charge. the best attraction probably is the Long Vodka.
Old fashioned and rustic themed, you can still see the age old gantries and the traditional Scottish tall founts that serve cask-conditioned beer in the Bow bar.