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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

Braid Hills No.1

Critics' choice
Sport, health & fitness

This tricky municipal course represents one of the city's best bargains. Situated against the backdrop of the Pentland Hills to the south and the Firth of...

22 Braid Hills Approach

Cameo Picturehouse

Critics' choice
Cinemas

Nestled in Tollcross, this indie cinema is a real treat, picking around eight films a week from the edges of the mainstream. Chat up the friendly staff at...

38 Home Street

Children's Bookshop

Critics' choice
Shops

Set up by publisher Fidra, this newish enterprise does just what it says on the tin. As well as Fidra's own titles, the shop sells the best in children's...

219 Bruntsfield Place

Filmhouse

Critics' choice
Cinemas

The Filmhouse offers a mix of arty new films and classics. Look out for screenings on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays organised by the Edinburgh Film Guild...

88 Lothian Road
Major venue

Fountain Court Apartments

Critics' choice
Hotels

Fountain Court rents a variety of modern serviced apartments in several locations, most just west of the city centre. The most popular are known as EQ-2...

Administrative office: 115 Lauriston Place

Hotel Ceilidh-Donia

Critics' choiceBudget
Hotels

The Hotel Ceilidh-Donia is in the suburbs, around a mile and a half south of Princes Street (ten minutes on the bus on a good day). But that's the only...

14-16 Marchhall Crescent

Loopy Lorna's

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Restaurants & cafés

With its smart pink-and-black decor and waitresses in pinnies, this is every inch a modern take on the traditional tearoom. The teas and coffees are both...

370-372 Morningside Road

Prestonfield

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Hotels

Set in parkland just south of Arthur's Seat, the main building here dates to 1687. Much of its original, last-gasp-Jacobean character remains, from the...

Priestfield Road

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

Royal Lyceum

Critics' choice
Theatre

At its peak in the 1970s, the Lyceum was at the vanguard of a renaissance of local theatrical culture, and a breeding ground for leading directors such as...

Grindlay Street
Major venue

Salisbury

Critics' choice
Hotels

Discreetly tucked away on a side road in Newington, the Salisbury merits praise for the standard of accommodation ('now' meets 'then' decor with all mod...

43-45 Salisbury Road

Surgeons Hall Museums

Critics' choice
Attractions, Museums

The collections at the Surgeons Hall Museums allow visitors to trace the history of medicine in the city from 1505, when the Barber Surgeons of Edinburgh...

18 Nicolson Street

Toys Galore

Critics' choice
Shops

All of the leading toy brands (Playmobil, Brio et al) are sold here, as are specialist lines from the likes of Steiff Bears and Alberon Dolls.

193 Morningside Road
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