Edinburgh Skyline


Eating out in Edinburgh is a voyage of discovery.

Throughout the city there are hundreds of restaurants and cafes, providing food from around the world.

Some are in spectacular settings, like the top floor restaurant at the Harvey Nichols store in St Andrew Square which has a magnificent view over the rooftops of the New Town to the river Forth. Equally impressive is the restaurant in the basement of the National Gallery at the foot of the Mound which looks into beautiful Princes Street Gardens through a wall of windows. It provides lunches from Monday to Friday and dinners on Friday and Saturday nights.On Friday lunch times, when diners are shown to their table, they are invited to toss a coin with the head waiter. If they win the toss, their lunch is free!

The port of Leith is full of excellent places to eat, and one of the best is The Kitchen at 78 Commercial Quay. Returning up Leith Walk to the city, visitors should also stop off in the famous and long established delicatessen Valvona & Crollan at 19 Elm Row which has a restaurant in the back providing specialities from co-owner and cook book authoress Mary Contini. Other highly regarded Edinburgh eating places are Abstract at 33-35 Castle Terrace, and Duck's at Le Marche Noir in 14 Eyre Place.

Phone Numbers:

Abstract 01312291222
Ducks 01315581608
Harvey Nichol's 01315248350
Kitchen 01315551755
National Gallery Restaurant 01316246580
Valvona & Crolla 0131556 4333

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