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Eating out in Edinburgh

December 02, 2012 at 8:22 AM

The Castle Terrace is the latest Edinburgh restaurant to be awarded a Michelin star and makes the most of Scotland's natural larder. Visit Edinburgh's first gourmet steak restaurant, Kyloe, where you can get no less than eight different cuts of pedigree Aberdeen Angus steak.

If seafood is more your thing, head to The Shore in the Leith area, where you'll enjoy top quality food from several restaurants situated in right on the water's edge. You'll also find Tom Kitchin's restaurant, the award winning Kitchin, just round the corner. But then, if you fancy a hearty breakfast then we recommend the Haven Cafe where you can have a go at the famous homemade cakes as recommended by every Trip advisor reviewer.

For some pre-dinner cocktails, don't think twice and head to Bramble on Queen Street (city centre), the cosmopolitan Tiger Lilly on George Street (fantastic smell of food as soon as you get inside) or the vibrant dragonfly bar near the Grassmarket. For the best afternoon tea in the world (honest!) then the classy Balmoral Hotel on Princes Street is THE place, with live accoustic guitar or harp played from a small baclcony.

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