From typical bar favorites like steak pie or nachos, to the slightly less typical superfood salad or banh mi, there will be something to please everyone on this eclectic menu.
The surroundings are as varied as the food, from comfy sofas and exposed brick to dinner tables and a cartoon monkey, and there's usually some sort of 80s classic playing on the screen.
There are many amazing steakhouses in Edinburgh, but Leith Chop House has firmly established a reputation for itself in the short time it's been open.Being located slightly off the beaten track, in the up and coming area of Leith, means prices are incredibly reasonable for the quality you're getting.Plus, in addition to the normal cuts and weights of steak, there are always different market options and fabulous sides -- seriously, the mac and cheese is Situated on one of Edinburgh's most vibrant streets, Henderson's is a purely meat-free zone.Our stunning restaurant is on Newhaven harbour in an old fish market dating back to the 1890s.There is still an active fishing community on our doorstep. Drink Promotions: we are sorry but we cannot accept any vouchers for wine/champagne offers due to Scottish licensing laws.
Inside, the restaurant is bright and airy with warming wooden floors and furniture and striking artwork depicting scenes from Loch Fyne and maritime images. When visiting our superb Loch Fyne Edinburgh restaurant, you will be treated to an incredible à la carte menu that is filled with the freshest and most seasonal dishes that are perfect for all tastes - come down and visit us soon. People visit Edinburgh for all sorts of reasons, from the rich history and stunning architecture, to the possibility of meeting Ronnie Corbett... Then, of course, there's the food: this city has some of the most fabulous restaurants in all of Scotland, serving everything from pulled pork pizza to haggis spring rolls. The sheer number of choices can be a bit paralyzing, which is why we've cut the faff and delivered a list of the 16 greatest restaurants for every occasion/craving.You can't have a list of places to eat in the capital without including this Scottish delicacy.If you're not in the mood for the standard haggis, neeps, and tatties (haggis, turnip, and potatoes), Whiski Rooms also has an offering of haggis spring rolls with plum sauce, which is a great introduction to a dish many are afraid to try.Vegetarians needn't worry either, as veggie haggis is also available alongside more than 300 whiskies (which staff will be happy to suggest to pair with your meal).Treacle's a bar food haven -- always bustling during lunch and dinner, and with an excellent cocktail menu to boot.