Food & Drink

Fishers Leith

Seafood fans, don’t waste another second – get yourself along to Fishers Leith.

The Mussel Inn

The Mussel Inn is on picturesque Rose Street, less than 10 minutes from Waverley station by foot.

Bon Papillon

Bon Papillon is a small but perfectly formed café and gallery that sits on a quiet, cobbled street just behind Queen Street Gardens.

OX184

OX184 sits in the shadow of Edinburgh’s South Bridge on Cowgate, a brisk 10-minute walk from Waverley Station.

Mary's Milk Bar

Milk bars were really popular in Britain between the 1920s and 1960s. These days they’re harder to find. Harder, but not impossible.

The Anchor Line

The Anchor Line is a new(ish) favourite eating place in Glasgow, and it’s just a couple of minutes’ walk from Queen Street station.

Willow Tea Rooms

Remember when having a break for a cup of tea meant white tablecloths, cups with saucers, and tiered serving dishes with the delicate sandwiches on the bottom and delightful cream cakes above?

The Bothy

A trip to the bothy? Sounds like a journey to a dark cottage in a remote land. But the Bothy in Ruthven Lane is a welcoming, modern, Scottish restaurant with a menu that suits diners of every age.

Scotch Whisky Experience

No need to visit a distillery to find out how whisky is made – just take the tour at the Scotch Whisky Experience on Edinburgh’s historic Royal Mile.

Dishoom

If you enjoy Indian food, you’ll love Dishoom. And yet, it’s not quite like anywhere you’ll have eaten before (unless you’ve eaten in one of their London restaurants, of course).