A sister concern of Kanpai on Grindlay St, Yamato is the new go-to location. If you love Japanese cuisine .the area to be. Attempt their Toro Tuna belly
Eddie's Seafood Market
Eddie's Seafood Market is a local legend that's been there for years, they have excellent fish. It's a legitimate neighborhood business in the sense it is in a great place for families, has excellent rates and the support is second to none.
A new venture from a few regional independents including Hollie Love Reid from Lovecrumbs, Company Bakery mill their own flour and possess a great ethos. You will adore their sourdough
IJ Mellis Cheesemonger
They constantly give out samples and introduce you to fresh cheeses, charcuterie and condiments -- and what's better than bread and cheese? They're on the top of Edinburgh's favorite snacks to go with a glass of fantastic wine with friends.
Mary's Coffee Bar
Mary's Milk Bar does good gelato; it is a wonderful way to spend a sunny afternoon with. Try out the Neighborhood favorite taste salted caramel or their chocolate gelato
Ting Thai Caravan
Starting as a little pop-up with just four meals, Ting Thai Caravan is now a popular Thai restaurant, with intriguing, hearty dishes for good prices. Down the street, you'll discover its younger sibling, Saboteur: a trendy Vietnamese street food restaurant serving up irresistible bao buns into a youthful audience.
The Gardener's Cottage
Another Edinburgh stone is The Gardener's Cottage, a magic space set in -- you guessed it a former single-story gardener's cottage. Located at the foot of Calton Hill, the restaurant is made up of two small dining rooms with three communal tables. The cabin itself dates all the way back to the 1800s and stood for many years as the house to the gardener of Edinburgh's Royal Terrace Gardens. When the cottage became derelict in 2012, chef duo Ed Murray and Dale Mailley resisted the rights to transform it into a restaurant, complete with a resident gardener, Charlie, who grows vegetables, fruit, and herbs from the backyard. Food is seasonal -- obviously -- without a printed menu and dishes representing the best ingredients available that day. Dale also heads up The Lookout, which opened at the beginning of this season after much expectation. Perched at the top of Calton Hill, it is a wise place boasting floor-to-ceiling views of the town, with an elegant menu to match.
Hula Juice Bar
Get your brunch correct at Hula Juice Bar in Grassmarket, which functions up smoothie dishes, sourdough sandwiches and colorful salads to Edinburgh's health foodies.
Scott Smith lovers were left saddened by the closure of his introduction restaurant, Norn -- but luckily they did not need to wait to taste his cooking. His second venture, Fhior, opened its doors Broughton Street last summer, with a focus on honesty ('Fhior' appears as true in Gaelic): really excellent quality modern Scottish cuisine and a relaxed setting.
A friendly, family-run restaurant found on Lady Lawson Street, Timberyard is a must-visit in Edinburgh. It offers a fresh Nordic strategy to Scottish food, with set menus ranging from four to six courses, together with pescatarian and vegetarian options available. Dishes include the likes of ox tartare, glazed hake and sea lettuce, barbecued leek with potato and smoked curd, along with a tasty carrot and walnut cake.
The Scran & Scallie
A walk through Stockbridge (start all of the ways in Dean Village and wend your way along the river) will take you to the doorstep of The Scran & Scallie, and rest assured they will take it from there. Characterful, knowledgable and witty restaurant staff will make you feel right at home, and also the insides help with this effect. A cozy, brick fireplace, fluffy seat throw here and there, and whimsical wallpaper are all homey, fashionable and Scottish. Now's the opportunity to go for pub classics: The Scran & Scallie steak pie is the house favorite.
A small, off-the-tourist-track bakery in Edinburgh's new town, Archipelago Bakery serves up fresh bread, salads and brownies, all made by favorable founder Caroline. The outside tables are fantastic for sunny brunches and lunches.
A friendly small cafe in Grassmarket, Graze demonstrates salads do not have to be dull. Create your own box of good, or catch a toastie, wrap or jacket potato.
The Little Chartroom
Founded by husband-wife duo Roberta Hall-McCarron (previously Castle Terrace and The Kitchin) and Shaun McCarron, The tiny Chartroom is a beautiful neighborhood restaurant located in the up-and-coming area of Leith. Interiors are comfy, food is imaginative and flavorsome, and it's perfectly situated for Fringe occasions at the top of Edinburgh's Leith Walk.