Boasting its own distinct character, Leith is a hub of lively eating and drinking spots, creativity and cultural diversity. The district of Leith rests on the shores of the Firth of Forth, at the mouth of the Water of Leith, and served as the port into the city of Edinburgh for hundreds of years. Today, Leith is a vivacious area jam-packed with delicious delis, chic drinking spots, and top restaurants boasting some of Scotland’s finest chefs. The district asserts a jovial attitude and hosts an eclectic mix of people and cultures, making each a visit a unique experience.

The Kitchin
Michelin star restaurant serving modern British seasonal cuisine influenced by French cooking techniques.

Restaurant Martin Wishart
The Michelin star restaurant, founded and inspired by Martin Wishart uses a ‘nature to fork’ to produce top French cuisine using local Scottish produce.

Nestled on the historic Shore in Leith, Fishers offers a lovely atmosphere to enjoy the best local Seafood.

Chic boutiques, organic bakeries, quirky gift shops, unique jewellers and interior designers welcome your visit. Sprinkled with coffee shops, bars, delis and cafes, Edinburgh’s West End is home to visitors and locals alike.

Angels Share
Offering contemporary Scottish cuisine, in a trendy and vibrant setting.

A multi-award winning relaxed brasserie-style dining experience.

Located in the city’s historic Old Town, Howies Victoria Street is carved out of rock that Edinburgh Castle perches on above.

Rose Street is a street in the New Town of Edinburgh. The cobbled streets run parallel between Princes Street and George Street, offering a range of restaurants, cafes, shops and bars.

Locally-sourced and simply prepared beef and seafood served in intimate, wood and bare stone decor.

Auld Hundred
Old-school pub with bare stone decor and an intimate upstairs dining room serving a Scottish menu.

Mussell Inn Seafood Restaurant
Award winning seafood restaurant in the heart of Edinburgh.

Elegant Georgian and Victorian terraced houses fill Stockbridge, a vibrant area with a village vibe on the Water of Leith. Guests can find delis, specialty shops and thrift stores, and relax in quaint cafes and trendy gastropubs in Stockbridge. The weekly Stockbridge Market sells jewellery, crafts and food.

Scran & Scrallie
Rustic-chic gastropub with a Modern Scottish menu, draught and bottled beers, and whiskies galore.

The Raeburn
Guests can enjoy a relaxed dining experience with outdoor terrace dining available.

Kilted Lobster
Nestled in the heart of Stockbridge, The Kilted Lobster specialised in serving local seafood.