Edinburgh is the perfect city for a true Scottish gastronomic experience. There are now five Michelin starred restaurants in Edinburgh, including The Balmoral’s Number One, which is more than any other city in the UK outside of London. Edinburgh is the true culinary capital of Scotland.
Advanced reservations are recommended to avoid disappointment, in particular for the fine dining restaurants, which are often in high demand. Below we have listed a sample of our recommended eateries to whet your appetite. Please contact
us with your specific requirements.
Michelin star, elegant, impeccable service, the finest dining experience in Edinburgh.
Very popular with both residents and non-residents, eclectic menu will cater for all discerning tastes.
The Witchery by the Castle
16th-century merchant's house beside Edinburgh Castle, very theatrical decor with onus on romance, menu has a traditional Scottish feel.
Restaurant Martin Wishart
Situated in developing shore area of Edinburgh, Michelin-starred restaurant with a French / Scottish menu. Martin Wishart worked with Executive Chef Jeff Bland at The Balmoral - do we need to say any more?
A fine-dining restaurant located in Edinburgh's Canongate district. Wedgwood has modern, stylish decor and serves Scottish dishes with only fresh seasonal ingredients.
Located at the stylish Leith waterfront, The Kitchen is run by husband and wife duo Tom and Michaela Kitchin. An a-la-carte and tasting menu is available both featuring modern Scottish food.
Fresh, Italian food served within a decadent A-listed building with a modern clean feel. Centotre is a busy cafe during the day which turns into a more intimate venue in the evening.
Sister restaurant to the Kitchen, Castle Terrace opened in 2010. The menu features modern British dishes with a french influence in a relaxed atmosphere.
A long established Scottish restaurant serving modern and traditional cuisine using locally sourced produce.
Angels With Bagpipes
A restaurant and bar located on the Royal Mile taking design inspiration from the nearby St Giles' Cathedral. The menu is modern Scottish with a strong Italian influence.