A Scottish restaurant in the heart of tourist country on the Royal Mile, offering some of the best national cuisine in the city - especially haggis
A Scottish restaurant in the heart of tourist country on the Royal Mile, Dubh Prais (pronounced Doo Prash) has little street front presence, just a door that takes you downstairs into a small and simply-furnished basement. For more than 25 years, it has been known as one of the best Scottish restaurants in Edinburgh so of course you get a distinguished haggis dish here: rolled in oatmeal perhaps then pan-fried, served with a leek and whisky cream sauce as starter. Tourists go in not knowing whether they like haggis or not but they come out loving it.
|Venue name:||Dubh Prais|
123B High Street
|Opening hours:||Tue-Sat 5pm-10.30pm|