Inventive American-inspired bar and restaurant serving pancakes and blueberries, lobster rolls, hotdogs and burgers
This pub at the West End of Princes Street tends to fill up with tourists and hotel guests by day, and city suits from nearby offices by night. There’s a strong taste of America on the menu, where they serve pancakes and blueberries, soft shell crab sandwiches with avocado and chipotle, lobster rolls, Sloppy Joes, and their signature hot dogs - which can be ordered naked, with chilli cheese, or Spanish (with manchego, smoked paprika and chipotle mayo).
They do burgers too (from £7.50 with hand cut chips), and a side order of their ‘frickles’ (fried pickles) and Spanish chillis with a hot sauce dip – heats things up more than a traditional couple of slices of limp gherkin ever could.
Catering to the straight-from-the-office crowd, there’s a long list of bar snacks on offer as well as full main courses. Haggis bhajis, salt and pepper squid, sole goujons or chicken wings with blue cheese dip help to soak up some of the alcohol and come in around £5-£6.
|Venue name:||The Huxley||Contact:|
1 Rutland Street
|Opening hours:||Mon-Sun 9am-1am|