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Restaurant Martin Wishart
9
$$$
European
Leith
9 reviews
Possibly the finest dining experience in all of Scotland. — DK Eyewitness
The Kitchin
9
$$$
European
Leith
9 reviews
Fresh, seasonal, locally sourced Scottish produce is the philosophy that has won a Michelin star for this elegant but unpretentious restaurant. — Lonely Planet
Wedgwood The Restaurant
8
$$$
European
Old Town
5 reviews
Asian, European, and traditional Scottish influences are apparent in dishes such as mackerel with sea arugula gnocchi, and beef fillet with bone marrow fritter and brandy cream. — Fodor's
The Honours
8
$$$
European
New Town
5 reviews
Don't miss the sublime crab cappuccino (served, thankfully, in a large bowl instead of a coffee cup), with chunks of succulent crab submerged in a creamy bisque and topped, of course, with foam. — Frommer's
Cafe St Honore
8
$$
Cafe
New Town
6 reviews
Enduring bistro that hasn’t lost its charm. A rigid observer of the SlowFood movement, expect the best ingredients. — Time Out
The Witchery by the Castle
8
$$$
International
Old Town
7 reviews
The restaurant serves traditional baked Scottish crotin and rabbit wrapped in Parma ham—all cooked to perfection. — Travel + Leisure
Timberyard
8
$$$
European
Old Town
4 reviews
The imaginative menu features dishes such as raw venison, burnt oak oil, shallot, mustard, and buckwheat alongside smoked beef loin, shallot, burnt ramson, cauliflower, kohlrabi and mustard. — Frommer's
Harvey Nichols Forth Floor Restaurant
8
$$
European
New Town
5 reviews
If you’re going to eat in one clothes shop in Edinburgh, make it this one. — Time Out
The Gardener's Cottage
8
$$
European
Broughton & Calton
4 reviews
This quirky little eatery was once home to a royal gardener — Michelin Guide
Kanpai Sushi
8
$$
Japanese
West End
4 reviews
This Japanese restaurant, tucked away behind the Usher Hall, is understated, restrained, and sleek. — Frommer's
Oink
8
$
Fast Food
Old Town
3 reviews
Lip-smacking and nostril-tingling arrangements of pork from hog roasts to pulled pork. — Time Out
Field
8
$$
European
Old Town
3 reviews
The name is a hint,  along with the huge image of a cow on the wall, as to what the menu offers. Apart from that the place is more cutely clinical rather than earthy and rustic. — Frommer's
L'Escargot Bleu Restaurant
8
$$
European
Broughton & Calton
6 reviews
Authentic French bistro offering boldly flavoured, regional French favourites; sit in the front room with its large windows and buzzy atmosphere — Michelin Guide
21212 Restaurant
8
$$$
European
Broughton & Calton
4 reviews
Paul Kitching's restaurant produces dishes that sound deceptively simple on the menu but reveal themselves to be a multilayered rainbow of ingredients. — Concierge
Lovecrumbs
8
$$
Cafe
Old Town
3 reviews
Savoury lovers beware: Lovecrumbs forgoes the standard sandwiches in favour of all things sweet. Coffee is Artisan Roast, the Tea Anteaques, and cakes fresh. — Time Out
Hendersons Salad Table Restaurant
7
$$
Vegan and Vegetarian
New Town
3 reviews
Right in the heart of New Town, Henderson's is another bona fide institution in the Scottish capital. — Frommer's
Number One at The Balmoral
7
$$$
European
Old Town
2 reviews
A stylish, long-standing restaurant with a chic cocktail bar, set in the basement of a grand hotel — Michelin Guide
Ondine
7
$$$
European
Old Town
5 reviews
Tucked in next to the Hotel Missoni, this seafood restaurant from Edinburgh chef Roy Brett, once Rick Stein’s main chef in Padstow, turns out some sublime dishes such as grilled lemon sole. — Rough Guide
David Bann
7
$$
Vegan and Vegetarian
Old Town
5 reviews
Dark wood, lacquered maroon walls, and contemporary lighting isn't your typical veggie bistro decor, and a lot of diners here are even (gasp!) meat eaters. — Concierge
Aizle
7
$$$
European
Southside & Holyrood
4 reviews
Put your faith in the chef's hands at this neo-bistro with an intense focus on seasonable ingredients. — Time Out
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