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Leith
10 reviews
Having done much to kick-start Edinburgh's fine-dining scene, many would say that Wishart remains at the head of the pack. — Concierge
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Leith
9 reviews
The restaurant is intimate and understated, despite the cheffy window onto the kitchen. Some people find Michelin-starred dining intimidating. This isn't. — Frommer's
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Old Town
6 reviews
Modish restaurant making use of local, seasonal produce and foraged ingredients. The £12.95 lunch menu is excellent value. — Time Out
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Broughton & Calton
5 reviews
This quirky little eatery was once home to a royal gardener — Michelin Guide
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Old Town
5 reviews
There are few restaurants that feel so wonderfully fresh and, well, Edinburgh as this one — Fodor's
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New Town
5 reviews
Run by Martin Wishart, one of Edinburgh's true restaurant grandees, the Honours is a more relaxed (though no less pricey) alternative to his supertrendy, eponymous flagship — Fodor's
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Cafe
New Town
7 reviews
Enduring bistro that hasn’t lost its charm. A rigid observer of the SlowFood movement, expect the best ingredients. — Time Out
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Old Town
6 reviews
This newcomer to the Edinburgh dining scene has perhaps made the biggest splash with its fresh seafood and fish dishes, using sustainably caught produce. — Frommer's
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European
5 reviews
This cosy little restaurant, tucked beneath a 17th-century signal tower, is one of the city's best seafood places. — Lonely Planet
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Southside & Holyrood
5 reviews
Modest little suburban restaurant whose name means 'ember' or 'spark' — Michelin Guide
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Broughton & Calton
5 reviews
The cooking is among Scotland’s best; dinner is structured around a choice of three starters, then soup, then a choice of three mains, then cheese, then a choice of three desserts. — Time Out
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West End
4 reviews
Set in the shadow of the castle is this bright, contemporary restaurant with hand-painted wallpapers and a mural depicting the Edinburgh skyline — Michelin Guide
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Cafe
Old Town
4 reviews
Serves wonderful cakes of all kinds, from pistachio and chocolate to heavenly peanut butter brownies. They also make amazing tarts. Eat in with a cup of coffee, or get them to go. — Fodor's
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International
Old Town
7 reviews
With its atmospheric oak-paneled main dining room and airy converted courtyard (known as the Secret Garden), dinner at this 16th-century building near the castle gates verges on the theatrical. — Concierge
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New Town
6 reviews
If you’re going to eat in one clothes shop in Edinburgh, make it this one. — Time Out
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Old Town
4 reviews
A Michelin-starred model at a fraction of the price. Expect quirky, yet unpretentious, fare. — Time Out
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Broughton & Calton
6 reviews
Anyone still laboring under the misconception that French cuisine is pretentious should pay a visit to this gem. — Fodor's
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Japanese
West End
4 reviews
Probably Edinburgh's best sushi restaurant impresses with its minimalist interior, fresh, top-quality fish and elegantly presented dishes. — Lonely Planet
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Vegan and Vegetarian
New Town
4 reviews
Established in 1962, Henderson’s is the grandmother of Edinburgh’s vegetarian restaurants. — Lonely Planet
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Vegan and Vegetarian
Old Town
6 reviews
In the heart of the Old Town, this ultrahip eatery serving vegetarian and vegan favorites attracts young locals with its light, airy, modern dining room. — Fodor's
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