WINING & DINING IN EDINBURGH & THE LOTHIANS
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Atrium | blue bar cafe
Edinburgh EH1 2ED
atrium has been at the cutting edge of the restaurant scene since it opened, bringing the Mediterranean to Edinburgh under the influence of traditional Scottish cuisine.
The blue bar cafe is in the heart of Edinburgh's theatre district. It is a young, trendy restaurant, serving simple European dishes.
121 Constitution Street
For those who want a change from the usual choice of cuisine then this Swiss restaurant offers just that. Decorated with paintings by Scottish artists the atmosphere here is very calm and relaxing.
Price: Lunch £8.50 (two courses) Dinner £18.50 (three courses)
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135 George Street
One of Edinburgh's most popular eateries, booking is essential as Mick Jagger found out when he turned up and was asked to queue like everyone else. Serves delicious Italian food.
Price: Lunch £15.00 (two courses) Dinner £15.00 (two courses)
19 Shore Place
This warehouse converted restaurant tends to specialise in the unconventional, but don't let that put you off, be adventurous as the food is a delight.
Price: Lunch £16.00 (three courses) Dinner £27.00 (three courses)
15 Jeffery Street
Scottish cuisine in a friendly environment, what more do you need? The food is top notch and the service is extremely pleasant. There is also a high quality wine list.
Price: Lunch £15.00 Dinner £28.00
Number One Princes Street
When you arrive you will immediately realise that you have walked into a restaurant with both elegance and style, the same could also be said about the menu.
Price: Lunch £20.00 (three courses) Dinner £50.00 (three courses)
24 Deanhaugh Street
With mostly European and African flavours on the menu, this restaurant is a little bit different. It is named after the famous character in 'Around the World in 80 Days' and is styled like a railway carriage.
Price: Lunch £13.50 Dinner £16.50
Restaurant at the Bonham
35 Drumsheugh Gardens
The menu is as stylish as the restaurant, the chef has somehow managed to mix the taste of Scotland with the taste of California and come up with some truly unique and tasty dishes.
Price: Lunch £15.00 Dinner £25.00
53-55 Broughton Street
Edinburgh EH1 3RJ
A variety of meats come to a fiery end at this stylish, relaxed and affordable chargrill restaurant.
Price: Main courses ranging from £5.50 to £15.95
Waterfront Wine Bar
1c Dock Place
Set in a former steam ship passenger waiting room, this restaurant manages to transport you back in time. The menu is mostly seafood and the service is a delight and enjoyable.
Price: Lunch £9.00 Dinner £20.00
The Water Tower
This exclusive restaurant's chef is the 1995 Masterchef winner and changes the menu regularly, your tastebuds will be sure to be satisfied.
Price: Dinner £35.00 (five courses)
Set beside the castle this gothic styled restaurant reminds us of the Old Towns history and the city's witch hunting days. The Scottish menu is well accompanied with a very extensive wine list and both excel in quality.
Price: Lunch £18.00 Dinner £32.00
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