The Witchery by the Castle

Save
Top 1% of restaurants in Edinburgh
8 / 10

7 expert reviews

“The restaurant serves traditional baked Scottish crotin and rabbit wrapped in Parma ham—all cooked to perfection.”

– Travel + Leisure

Concierge
"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."
Insight Guides
"This atmospheric place offers a theatrical candlelit experience and features traditional/new-wave Scottish cuisine, such as rabbit stuffed with black pudding or Scottish oysters and langoustines."
Time Out
"Old-school charm and decadent dining without the stuffiness." Full review
Rough Guide
"An upmarket restaurant set in magnificently over-the-top medieval surroundings full of Gothic panelling, tapestries and heavy stonework, all a mere broomstick-hop from the Castle."
Fodor's
"The hundreds of "witches" who were executed on Castlehill, just yards from where you'll be seated, are the inspiration for this outstanding and atmospheric restaurant"
Show All Reviews

Featured in


© Tripexpert Inc.