Category: Edinburgh

Agoon Pani, Leith, Edinburgh

| February 2, 2015 | Reply
Agoon Pani, Leith, Edinburgh

Opening its doors in October 2014, this family fun restaurant is a welcome addition to both the Leith and Edinburgh dining scenes. Serving mouth-watering dishes from the Indian subcontinent, the elegant interior of Agoon Pani is an unexpected and very pleasant surprise. It’s light and spacious interior is both elegant and contemporary, and features oversized lampshades, a sleek […]

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The Dining Room at 28 Queen Street

| August 18, 2014 | Reply
The Dining Room at 28 Queen Street

One of Edinburgh’s Best Kept Dining Secrets If you thought Edinburgh’s Queens Street branch of The Scotch Malt Whisky Society was just for whisky drinkers and members then think again. It is also home to one of the Scottish capital’s best kept dining experiences in the form of The Dining Room. The aptly named restaurant […]

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La P’tite Folie

| September 8, 2013 | Reply
La P’tite Folie

Nestled away in a quieter corner of Edinburgh city centre, but just a stone’s throw from the west end of Princes Street, La P’tite Folie delivers a quintessentially French dining experience. Housed in the upper level of a lovely old Tudor building (an unusual sight in Edinburgh) the restaurant makes a good impression right from the […]

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Kyloe Restaurant and Grill, Edinburgh

| November 8, 2012 | Reply
Kyloe Restaurant and Grill, Edinburgh

As soon as you ascend the staircase to this central Edinburgh eatery the speciality at Kyloe becomes apparent. Cow hides adorn the walls and are stretched over seats. This is beef country. Serious beef country. It could all be, pardon the pun, all a bit ‘overdone’, but mercifully Kyloe delivers on the plate to back-up […]

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Voujon, Edinburgh

| November 2, 2012 | Reply
Voujon, Edinburgh

An ingenious use of spices, innovative fusion menu, bright contemporary decor and a warm welcome are all part of the impressive cocktail that combines to make Voujon a serious contender to be Edinburgh’s finest Indian restaurant. Bright and Contemporary Already a much loved member of the Edinburgh dining scene, Voujon recently re-opened its doors after […]

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Orocco Pier, South Queensferry, Edinburgh

| October 29, 2012 | Reply
Orocco Pier, South Queensferry, Edinburgh

Orocco Pier quite simply boasts one of the most stunning settings in Scotland. This hotel/bar/restaurant shines out from the Edinburgh seaside suburb of South Queensferry across the Firth of Forth. To the west the road bridge straddles the estuary while to the other flank the epic expanse of the ‘Rail Bridge’ is an icon known […]

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The George Hotel, Edinburgh

| October 25, 2012 | Reply
The George Hotel, Edinburgh

The George Hotel could simply not be more central in the Scottish capital. Reclining in a regal position on Edinburgh’s George Street the hotel has stood here for generations. George Street itself has enjoyed some lows and many highs, including its current renaissance as the city’s trendiest boulevard for funky bars and lively restaurants. Located at […]

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Samphire Seafood Bar & Grill, South Queensferry

| August 26, 2012 | Reply
Samphire Seafood Bar & Grill, South Queensferry

There has never been any doubting that Orocco Pier, in the historic Edinburgh waterfront suburb of South Queensferry, boasts some of the finest views of any hotel and restaurant in Scotland. The vista of the Forth Bridges is breathtaking, but for some diners the food has not always matched the stellar views. Chic Oyster Bar […]

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The Boat House, South Queenferry

| August 24, 2012 | Reply
The Boat House, South Queenferry

With a view as spectacular as that offered by The Boat House in South Queensferry this riverside seafood restaurant could be forgiven for not making an effort and just lazily raking in the cash from eager tourists. Thankfully with enthusiastic owner and head chef Paul Steward at the helm it doesn’t and this is one […]

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Norton House Hotel & Spa

| August 20, 2012 | Reply
Norton House Hotel & Spa

Think of an airport hotel or one set adrift in a city’s suburbs and you may conjure up an image of somewhere characterless where you would never want to stay. Think again as Norton House Hotel & Spa is one of the Scottish capital’s finest abodes, a grand 4 star country escape reclining in a […]

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