The Scottish capital is home to some amazing restaurants, including a selection of Michelin-starred establishments. Here are some of the best.
Combining classic French cooking with Scottish ingredients, this place is an incredible testament to food. It’s found in the port of Leith, and there are a variety of menus to choose from, including an eight-course tasting menu.
Chef Martin Wishart also runs this stylish place, known for its trendy interior as well as its great food. It has more of a bistro feel, but it’s still fancy.
Found just underneath Edinburgh Castle, this place focuses on seasonal cuisine in a spectacular setting. Look out for interesting combinations such as popcorn souffle.
This place is a real treat and perfect for celebrating something special. It’s got a Michelin star, and the best way to sample the cooking is with the 10-course tasting menu.
Chef Tom Kitchin is so proud of this place he put his name on it. Think traditional Scottish food with a contemporary twist. You can look into the kitchen through a glass wall to watch your food being prepared.
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