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Atrium

Critics' choice
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

Bonham

Restaurants & cafés

Although it's just a few minutes' walk from the west end of Princes Street, the Bonham feels secluded. The menu in its light, spacious dining room reflects...

35 Drumsheugh Gardens

Café Fish

Restaurants & cafés

A 2009 arrival in a downmarket block of Leith that is heading upmarket (thanks to this place and the nearby Plumed Horse, Café Fish looks the part. Lunch or...

60 Henderson Street

Dubh Prais

Restaurants & cafés

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...

123b High Street

Forth Floor

Critics' choice
Restaurants & cafés

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

Haldane's

Restaurants & cafés

Sitting along Albany Street, just off Broughton Street, this basement restaurant sits just on the eastern fringes of the New Town. Chef-owner George Kelso's...

39a Albany Street

Hotel Du Vin Bistro

Restaurants & cafés

This is a typical Hotel du Vin-style restaurant, with a retro-French feel, but none the worse for its predictability; indeed, it's been very popular with...

11 Bristo Place

Igg's

Restaurants & cafés

Iggy Campos's upmarket Iberian restaurant has been charming diners since 1989. Even after all these years, the table linen is still white and the glassware...

15 Jeffrey Street

Plumed Horse

Critics' choice
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

Rhubarb

Critics' choice
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

Ship On the Shore

Bars & pubs, Restaurants & cafés

The Ship has been part of the Leith scene since the 1980s, but in 2007, a change in management saw things move up a notch. The premises are split in two,...

24-26 The Shore

Stac Polly

Restaurants & cafés

A small family of restaurants, Stac Polly makes a virtue of its Scottishness, offering the likes of haggis in filo with plum and red wine sauce to start; or...

29-33 Dublin Street

Stac Polly

Restaurants & cafés
8-10 Grindlay Street

Stac Polly

Restaurants & cafés
38 St Mary's Street

Tower

Restaurants & cafés

The Tower (at the top of top the National Museum of Scotland) offers self-conscious chic, good views and a terrace, weather permitting. The menu has an...

Royal Museum of Scotland, Chambers Street
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