Formal finery with a 1950s feel, not to mention elegance, exudes from this sumptuous restaurant. The resident chef has struck upon a cunningly brilliant game-plan, take the finest possible ingredients and cook them to perfection. The result of this simple formula is cuisine of delicious finesse. Even the simple dishes take on a sophisticated grandeur, due to their meticulous presentation. It's expensive, and is unpretentious to be otherwise - some things are worth the money.
After feasting on an array of flavorful, imaginative Mexican dishes in this candle-lit basement you will feel satisfied and rosy-cheeked. Marvel at the busy chefs, as they display their finely-honed culinary skills in the open-plan kitchen. Try some of the excellent fish dishes and the delicious fruity desserts. This trendy Stockbridge eatery has some culinary surprises up its poncho and a pleasingly relaxed ambiance.
Rock-themed memorabilia all over the walls and rock videos thumping out of the sound system but then you already knew that since the Hard Rock Cafe is something of a global concept. This one's got one of Rod Stewart's shirts hanging up, amongst other popular music curios.Try a big tasty burger or if you just fancy a drink the bar serves great cocktails. It's also a good place to take children, there's plenty to look at, a lively atmosphere and they have personalized the menu.
This Victorian Café Royal Oyster Bar oozes elegance with its ornate decoration to the wonderful Oyster Bar in an adjoining room. Glide through the revolving doors, over marble flooring and into a period-piece setting. The food is as exquisite as the decoration, alongside the revered oysters on crushed ice are sumptuous dishes like roasted sea bass and sizzling steaks. A visit to this establishment is a memorable event.
The Devil's Advocate is a popular haunt for many of Edinburgh's young and happening people. There are a number of reasons for the popularity of the bar, location being a significant one. The place is located just a couple of minutes walk from the train station which makes it convenient for patrons to hop on and off the train before or after a long evening here. Their service is another big reason for their popularity, the servers, the staff and the bartenders here are highly attentive and friendly which makes patrons come back for more. And the showstopper of the bar is their drinks menu which is filled with an extensive list of beers and ciders as well as red, white, sparkling and rose wines to choose from. The bar also serves traditional Scottish food.
Derrick's takeaway is the place for people looking to have a quick meal. It is a local eatery, situated along the Portland Place offering a number of fast food delicacies along with a choice of coffees and hot drinks. Famous for its variety of sandwiches, the place is always queued with people from across the city. So drop in now to get yourself a meal on the go.
Nestled close to the heart of Edinburgh, Dishoom is an Indian restaurant with an interior mirroring the decor of the 20th century. The walls and the designs inside pay homage to Sir Patrick Geddes, a botanist and sociologist who visited the city of Bombay (Mumbai as it was called) and established the Department of Sociology & Civics at the university. Also, a part of this restaurant is The Permit Room, where visitors can enjoy great music and a Parsi Peg.