Edinburgh Food Guide

If there's one thing I'm REALLY good at, then it's finding the best food spots in any city. So here's my Edinburgh Food Guide, including all the delicious food spots we visited during our stay in the Scottish capital.

If there’s one thing I’m really good at,  it’s probably always finding the best food spots around town. Be it at home, or in a far away destination – you can always count on me when it comes to finding yummy treats and delicious restaurants. In Edinburgh, it wasn’t much different. In only three days we ate more than I usually do in a week and ALL of it was absolutely delicious. So I thought I’d also share my little Edinburgh Food Guide with you today.

EDINBURGH FOOD GUIDE

Dine Edinburgh *

We actually were invited by Dine to enjoy their “dine with wine” experience. This included a bottle of house wine and a three-course meal for each of us plus pre-drinks in their fabulous cocktail bar. When I first had a look at their website, I thought the restaurant would be so beyond my budget. However, that wasn’t the case at all. Dine is absolutely incredible and amazed me in every way. The food they make is out of this world (tuna tartar, sweet potato mash with roasted veggies and cheesecake – come to mama) and the staff was so friendly. And above all that, it’s so affordable. The dinner and wine experience we had, would have normally cost about 50£ for two, which is absolutely fair for food this good in an atmosphere as classy and welcoming as this. Also, if you’re there try one of their cocktails. We decided to let the bar keepers come up with a unique mix for each of us and were blown away. SO GOOD!

For more information on Dine or to book visit www.dineedinburgh.co.uk. 
Dine, Saltire Court, 10 (1F) Cambridge Street, Edinburgh, EH1 2ED.

If there's one thing I'm REALLY good at, then it's finding the best food spots in any city. So here's my Edinburgh Food Guide, including all the delicious food spots we visited during our stay in the Scottish capital. If there's one thing I'm REALLY good at, then it's finding the best food spots in any city. So here's my Edinburgh Food Guide, including all the delicious food spots we visited during our stay in the Scottish capital.

Hula Juice Bar

Another place I utterly loved was Hula Juice Bar. We went there to grab a quick bite for lunch and some coffee. They do – as their name indicates – also offer amazing juices, though. I opted for an avocado toast with the best Matcha latte I ever tasted. The interior is absolutely adorable too, and the staff super friendly. If you’re a fan of Instagram-worthy food, pastel colours and everything hipster and vegan, you should definitely go there.

For more visit www.hulajuicebar.co.uk or their Instagram account. 
Hula Juice Bar, 103-105 West Bow, Edinburgh EH1 2JP

If there's one thing I'm REALLY good at, then it's finding the best food spots in any city. So here's my Edinburgh Food Guide, including all the delicious food spots we visited during our stay in the Scottish capital.

The Pantry

Okay, let’s talk serious food porn now. The Pantry literally is one of the most delicious and cool places I’ve ever been to. We stumbled upon it after strolling through Circus Lance (it’s right around the corner) and sat down for pancakes (me) and a delicious BLT roll (him) plus coffee. I absolutely adored the interior and my food was to-die-for. I’m a lover of pancakes and order them whenever possible but I seriously never had better ones. So definitely don’t miss out on this hip and yummy place when you’re in Edinburgh.

For more visit www.thepantryedinburgh.co.uk or their Facebook page. 
The Pantry, AT 1 North West Circus Place, Edinburgh EH3 6ST

If there's one thing I'm REALLY good at, then it's finding the best food spots in any city. So here's my Edinburgh Food Guide, including all the delicious food spots we visited during our stay in the Scottish capital.

The Elephant House

Ahhhh, you guys know how much of a Potterhead I am. So how could I leave out this gem of a coffee shop? Not only is it the birthplace of Harry Potter, but also a very delicious and cute café, offering delicious warm drinks and heavenly self-made cakes. If you want to sit down you do have to queue as it usually is crowded by fans and tourists. Once you make it inside, though, its vibe is absolutely incomparable and unique. Don’t forget to go to the loo – if you love Harry Potter you’re going to cry at all the messages.

For more visit www.elephanthouse.biz 
The Elephant House, 21 George IV Bridge, Edinburgh EH1 1EN

If there's one thing I'm REALLY good at, then it's finding the best food spots in any city. So here's my Edinburgh Food Guide, including all the delicious food spots we visited during our stay in the Scottish capital.

The World’s End

On to something entirely different now. I just couldn’t end this Edinburgh Food Guide without including at least one pub. So we opted for the World’s End Pub as it was only a few minutes from our hotel and supposed to be really good. Legend says that its name comes from the fact that once upon a time the city ended right at the corner of this pub – so interesting. We ordered some beers and enjoyed a big plate of fish ‘n’ chips, which admittedly were really delicious. Again, really affordable and fun. Do come early, though, as it easily gets crowded and doesn’t have too much space inside.

For more visit www.worldsend-edinburgh.co.uk. 
The World's End, 2-8 High Street, Edinburgh EH1 1TB

If there's one thing I'm REALLY good at, then it's finding the best food spots in any city. So here's my Edinburgh Food Guide, including all the delicious food spots we visited during our stay in the Scottish capital. If there's one thing I'm REALLY good at, then it's finding the best food spots in any city. So here's my Edinburgh Food Guide, including all the delicious food spots we visited during our stay in the Scottish capital.

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  • Yeni Restaurant | Meze
  • Oink | Best Pulled Pork in Town
  • The Edinburgh Larder | Scones, Cakes and Tea
If you have any other restaurants or café to add to this Edinburgh Travel Guide, do not hesitate to comment them down below :)

 

18 Comments

  1. 17th March 2017 / 9:55 pm

    OMG :O All deine Tipps klingen wunderbar und die Bilder schauen sooooo unglaublich lecker aus. Gerade das Hula und das The Pantry. Yummy <3
    Tolle Tipps meine liebe und ich hoffe ich werde diese auch einmal testen können.
    Liebst Kathi
    http://www.meetthehappygirl.com

    • 18th March 2017 / 10:55 am

      Danke dir Kathi, das freut mich total zu hören x

    • 18th March 2017 / 10:54 am

      It was even better than it looks like tbh x

  2. 18th March 2017 / 3:33 pm

    I love the look of the Hala Juice bar, and everything looks so good! Well, all of these look amazing so if I was in the area I’d definitely stop by. Lovely photography as well, hope you have a wonderful weekend!

    http://mylovelierdays.com

    • 23rd March 2017 / 3:13 pm

      Thank you so much Diana x Have a fab day!

    • 23rd March 2017 / 3:13 pm

      Hihi ich auch direkt wenn ich mir den Beitrag noch mal so ansehe. Yummy xx

  3. 23rd March 2017 / 9:52 pm

    Hula Juice bar sounds right up my street! I’m planning a trip to Edinburgh soon so this was super useful ♥

    Amy // Snippets of Amy

    • 24th March 2017 / 11:48 am

      Oh then you definitely gotta pop by them. Such an amazing shop! x

    • 24th March 2017 / 7:53 pm

      Thanks a lot girl xx

  4. 28th March 2017 / 3:45 am

    I wish I had this before I went to Edinburgh a few years ago. I loved it so much! I’m happy I went to the Elephant House at least!!! I spent a good 10 minutes in the bathroom haha

    http://www.elleisforlove.com

    • 28th March 2017 / 11:06 am

      ME TOO! Might have even cried a little in ther haha

  5. 29th March 2017 / 10:24 pm

    These places look so yummy. Can’t wait to visit Edinburgh.

    • 30th March 2017 / 8:57 am

      They do, don’t they?! x

  6. 31st March 2017 / 5:59 pm

    Beautiful photos and delicious looking dishes! The presentations are lovely!

    • 1st April 2017 / 8:04 pm

      Amazing, aren’t they? x

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