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Edinburgh Pubs & Restaurants

Edinburgh's centre of gastronomic gravity has been shifting gradually north for several years and the historic port of Leith is now home to three of the city's four Michelin stars. Leith also has many good non-Michelin-starred restaurants, clustered around the Shore area and the Scottish Government building. Fans of fish and seafood, in particular, would be well advised to make the pilgrimage down Leith Walk. Of course there are still many good restaurants in the city centre and the New Town, as well as neighbourhood bistros in more out-of-the-way corners.


Edinburgh Pubs

The Voodoo Rooms
Our award winning bar is stocked with a vast selection of speciality rums, tequilas & fantastic cocktails, with food served from 4pm - 10pm Monday - Thursday, and from noon - 10pm Friday - Sunday. Our full food & drinks menus, along with our entertainment schedule can be accessed using the menus on the left. You'll find upcoming entertainment highlights with their own links in the "Event Highlights" box on the left. If you'd like to be kept up-to-date with special offers, upcoming events and general Voodoo News, then we invite you to subscribe to our weekly e-shot using the form on the left. You will find The Voodoo Rooms in a beautiful & historic building, just off the east end of Princes Street, in central Edinburgh.

Jekyll & Hyde
The Good Dr would like to cordially invite you to his private dwelling deep in the very centre of 'Auld Reekie'. Here you will encounter sights and sounds beyond those yet experienced by human kind. Take your pick from the seven sins and the seven virtues, all chosen from the Dr's personal favorite cocktail recipes. All facilities are catered to but will you have the wits to discover them hidden in our library. Is this not enough to peak your interest? well then ladies and gentleman delve deeper through this very portal into our world. Witness my adventures with the great man in the video section or perhaps even this is not enough, well, the crypt bar is available to you and any other curious souls for pricvate hire.


Edinburgh Restaurants

Bell's Diner
Small and popular Stockbridge restaurant which has been satisfying Edinburgh's yearnings for burgers for nearly 40 years. Steaks and veggie-burgers are also available, but it is the char-grilled beef-burgers, with their various savoury butters, which are the real highlights in this unpretentious, simply furnished place.

Hub Cafe & Restaurant
The Hub, Edinburgh's iconic landmark, towers over the heart of the world's leading festival city, gloriously dominating the skyline on the Royal Mile between Edinburgh Castle and Holyrood Palace. This unique and spectacular venue is a stunning combination of award winning contemporary design and classic Victorian architecture. The Hub's interior pulsates with colour, light and creative ideas as befits the home of the Edinburgh International Festival. Full of style and verve, The Hub is a dramatic and dynamic environment for your event, whether business or celebration.

The Café Royal
Originally dating back to 1826, The Café Royal stood just across the road from the present building and was known for its dining room special - oysters. In 1863 The Royal moved to its new location in this stylish Parisian building, designed by local architect Robert Paterson. Entering The Café Royal is like taking a step back in time with its stained glass, murals, mirrors and wood panelings. Taste Scottish produce at its best in the fantastically atmospheric Circle Bar - sample a selection of Scottish cask ales, malt whiskies and why not try our home smoked delights, not forgetting the best oysters and mussels in town. Our restaurant offers a great selection of choices too - please see our restaurant page for more details. The Café Royal has recently been recommended on, a travel website where a community of travellers, journalists and celebrities can share their Holiday Reviews. Jules Morgan, who is a travel enthusiast, has written a guide for called 'Edinburgh: My 5 Top Hotels, with photos & a wee video'. In this guide Jules has described The Café Royal as having "excellent pub food and stunning historic wood work".