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January 3rd 2019, first off the band performing was great but we walked in as a large group celebrating my girlfriend’s grandmother’s birthday. We were all of age but unfortunately my girlfriend forgot her passport but the bartender still served both of us( she didn’t...More
Stopped by on my first night in Edinburgh to grab a pint and listen to a live band. The location is cool and there is a good mix of patrons. The music was ok and drink selection was alright. Overall the place had a lot...More
Brilliant bar, fantastic music, make sure and go to the Monday night open mic night we were there last night great atmosphere. Chris the sound guy and other musicians were amazing. Very encouraging to all the acts. Will definitely be back.
Good reasonably priced drinks, staff were friendly and efficient and the music was good. Downside was a bit more seating would be good, people were putting drinks and empties on other peoples tables which is a bit rude and the toilets were awful. Had no...More
The venue is ok. Toilets are an embarrassment to the decent folk who visit this establishment. The Guy behind the Bar with the tattoo on the back of his neck, has no perception on how to act face to face with customers. Worst ambassador this...More
A tall guy, possibly the manager, as he was sorting or counting bags of money in the till, (has a large tattoo on the back of his neck) was shouting and swearing and pointing his finger at a young male staff member, whilst they were...More
Few Edinburghers live in the Old Town, but its labyrinth of dank alleys and steep streets suggests this was not always the case. Today, it’s mostly visitors, tartan-flavored souvenir shops, and pipers that you’ll find on its cobbled streets. This is the place to get a feel for Auld Reekie (Old Smelly), as the town was once nicknamed, and stroll the Royal Mile, the thoroughfare that links the castle with the
royal palace – two of Edinburgh’s great set-piece attractions. But there’s lots more exploring to do here down dozens of little alleys, or wynds, while at night the city’s busiest clubs erupt along the Cowgate which is closed to traffic for this purpose.
Hi, my partner and I are in Edinburgh for 4 nights. We don't need to see all of the tourist spots. I was thinking:Nobles café bar Arthurs Seat, Edinburgh Castle, (Maybe Ocean Terminal Shopping Mall though I'm not a shopper) Dunbars Close Gardens. Holyrood House Nightlife for drink/music: Finnegans Wake PUB, Whistle Binkies And a train day trip to Glasgow. We are driving around UK for 12 days, Woodstock, Birmingham, Manchester, Edinburgh, York back to Heathrow. We like to walk, meander...More
August 17, 2018|
Botanic Gardens, Calton Hill, a stroll down the royal mile, drinks in the Grassmarket, visit the National Museum, Stockbridge, Water of Leith, Dean Village, Royal Yacht. Can’t see the point of going to Ocean Terminal
North East, UK
Reasonable Thai & Italian restaurants in Edinburgh (1 Replies)
Hello wise Edinburgh people! I am hoping for a bit of help. I am coming to Edinburgh on Sunday (27 May) for two nights. I have been lots of time sbefore and absolutely adore it but am a bit guilty of going to the same places all the time so I am looking for some advice. Could anyone recommend a reasonable Thai or Italian restaurant, possibly that has a special between 5 - 7? We are staying in the Mary Street Travelodge so nearish would be fab! Also, I am going to the Stand comedy...More
May 25, 2007|
Pass on food in the Strand, but if you walk eastwards along York Place you will get to Picardy Place / Leith Walk which has loads of Restaurants including on Picardy PLace (the big roundabout) Thai Me Up. Round the corner in Leith Walk are several Italian restaurants including a bit of a walk down the cafe/delicatessen Valvona & Crolla an Edinburgh institution. V&C also have 'Vincaffe' in Multrees Walk which is the other side of the St James shopping centre.