Dubh Prais

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This discreet cellar has been offering Scottish cuisine for more than 20 years and locals tend to take it for granted. Pity: chef James McWilliams has a great culinary CV, and his cooking has been praised by the likes of Raymond Blanc. His kitchen delivers well-executed food with robust flavours, as demonstrated by dishes such as seafood soup or saddle of venison. It's a tiny venue, though, so book ahead.

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Dubh Prais details

123b High Street

Area Old Town

Transport Bus 35 or Nicolson Street-North Bridge buses

Telephone 0131 557 5732

Dubh Prais website

Open 5-10.30pm Tue-Sat.

Main courses £18.

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