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Restaurants & cafés

Chef Paul Kitching and manager Katie O'Brien made their names at Juniper in Manchester; when they moved north in 2009, their new venue instantly joined...

3 Royal Terrace
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Atrium

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Restaurants & cafés

Innovative, interesting and influential for nearly 20 years, Andrew Radford's flagship changed the rules of Edinburgh fine dining when it opened back in...

10 Cambridge Street

Forth Floor

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Even the anti-fashion brigade admit that Harvey Nicks' fourth floor restaurant and brasserie are pretty good. The views are tremendous, the interior design...

Harvey Nichols, 30-34 St Andrew's Square

Kitchin

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Tom and Michaela Kitchin set up in Leith in summer 2006, and had a Michelin star within the year. Since then, they've operated at the apex of the city's...

78 Commercial Quay

La Garrigue

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The designer-rustic decor of Edinburgh's specialist Languedoc restaurant - tables and chairs are by the late, great furniture-maker Tim Stead - are in...

31 Jeffrey Street

Number One

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Restaurants & cafés

An enviable address, a keen reputation and a very talented executive chef (Jeff Bland) all make this a first-class restaurant, one of only four venues in...

Balmoral Hotel, 1 Princes Street
Major venue

Plumed Horse

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Restaurants & cafés

Chef Tony Borthwick ran a Michelin-starred restaurant in south-west Scotland before moving to Leith and opening the Plumed Horse. The Michelin star was...

50-54 Henderson Street

Restaurant Martin Wishart

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Located in the historical heart of Leith, Wishart's establishment has retained a Michelin star since 2001. The food is sublime, and a meal might take in...

54 The Shore
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Rhubarb

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Restaurants & cafés

James Thomson, the brains behind the Witchery and the Tower, took over the old Prestonfield House Hotel, gave it a sumptuous makeover and reopened it as...

Prestonfield

The Dogs

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Restaurants & cafés

Dave Ramsden ran two of the most celebrated Edinburgh restaurants of modern times (FitzHenry and Rogue, both now gone) but in 2008 he went down the value...

110 Hanover Street

Witchery & the Secret Garden

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Restaurants & cafés

One historical venue, two dining rooms and tons of ambience. James Thomson opened the Witchery in 1979 in the Witchery by the Castle hotel. Its wood...

352 Castlehill
Major venue