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Restaurant at the Bonham

Restaurant at the Bonham (Bonham Hotel, 35 Drumsheugh Gardens, Edinburgh) – located within a four-star boutique hotel, this elegant restaurant is inspired by classic flavors adapted for the modern palate by Head Chef Maciej Szymik and his team. Using locally sourced seasonal produce, the dishes created are simple but elegant in style. The restaurant also […]

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Ondine

Ondine (2 George IV Bridge, Edinburgh) — located in the heart of Edinburgh’s City Centre, Ondine is a luxury Seafood Restaurant just off the Royal Mile. Ondine aims to provide a dining experience which provides customers with a menu offering choices and prices to suit most palates and pockets. Among the dishes served there are: […]

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Number One

Number One (The Belmont, 1 Prices Street, Edinburgh) — Michelin-starred Number One is recognised as one of Scotland’s best restaurants, with Executive Chef Jeff Bland and his team providing outstanding cuisine using only the finest and freshest Scottish ingredients. A full a la carte menu is offered alongside the chef’s six-course tasting menu.

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Maison Bleue

Maison Bleue (36-38 Victoria St, Edinburgh) — Maison Bleue Restaurant offers French, North African and traditional Scottish cuisine using cooking skills from each of these regions. It purchases only fresh local produce, and this is delivered daily by highly reputable suppliers. The food is then prepared and cooked by Maison Bleue’s experienced and highly skilled […]

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La Lanterna

La Lanterna (83 Hanover Street, Edinbergh) — Toni’s La Lanterna Italian Restaurant has been the fabric of Edinburgh’s city center Hanover Street for nearly thirty years. As well as Toni’s renowned Italian hospitality, La Lanterna Italian Restaurant may well be described as a retro, authentic, cozy, homely and non-pretentious tavern with a wonderful atmosphere.

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Hanam’s Restaurant

Hanam’s Restaurant (3 Johnston Terrace, Edinburgh) – this is Edinburgh’s first and only truly authentic Kurdish & Middle East restaurant. It’s specialty is Pasha’s Meal (a large platter filled with barbequed lamb fillet, chicken breast kebab, minced lamb and chicken kebabs, topped with lamb and chicken shawarma strips, chargrilled sweet peppers and tomato served on […]

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Fishers in the City

Fishers in the City (58 Thistle Street, Edinbergh) – this bistro is located in an old converted warehouse on Thistle Street. The contemporary surroundings offer the perfect venue for a casual lunch or intimate night out. A firm favorite with locals and visitors to the city for over 10 years.  

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Cucina

Cucina (Hotel Missoni Edinburgh, 1 George IV Bridge, Edinburgh) – located with an high-end hotel, this Italian restaurant (with fine interior décor) serves dishes such as tagliatelle with pork ragu, stuffed calamari with a warm tomato salad and fried polenta, mushroom risotto, zuchini frittes, and various pastas.

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Café Marlayne

Café Marlayne (13 Antigua Street, Edinbergh) – in existence since 2010, this is a French bistro which serves a variety of dishes, such as Roast breast of duck with petit pois, lettuce and mint risotto; Hake fillet with crispy parma ham, butternut squash puree, served with a sage and capers beurre noisette; Braised lamb served […]

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TRAM

TRAM – aside from buses, this is Edinburgh’s more popular mode of public transportation (given the size of the city). This city’s tram route covers 14 km from Edinburgh Airport into its downtown areas (see its map here): www.edinburghtrams.com/using-the-tram Tram fares are the same as buses: Single fare: £1.50 (adult), 70p (child) Pack of 20 […]