Best places for a romantic meal in Edinburgh

Best Places for a Romantic Meal in Edinburgh

Café St Honoré

Woo that special someone with a top meal in one of these romantic eateries


With a trail of mysterious closes, breathtaking architecture and a magical castle sitting slap bang in the city centre, Edinburgh attracts lovebirds from all over. From the Michelin stars offering true Scottish grub to the cosy, traditional French brasseries, what better way to complete a romantic venture around the city than by wooing your date with some good grub.

Taken from the 2016/17 The List Eating & Drinking Guide – £5.95 (plus p&p)

Café St Honoré
34 North West Thistle Street Lane, New Town, EH2 1EA
A taste of Paris at this intimate venue. With 97% sustainable and mostly Scottish ingredients, this is a top choice for ethical meat eaters. | read our review of Café St Honoré

Chaophraya Edinburgh
33 Castle Street, New Town, EH2 3DN
Beautiful Thai food served with a contemporary elegance and with stunning views over the city skyline. | read our review of Chaophraya Edinburgh

The Grain Store
30 Victoria Street, Old Town, EH1 2JW
Top Scottish dining in one of Edinburgh's most intimate and romantic restaurants on picturesque Victoria Street. | read our review of The Grain Store

Prestonfield House, Priestfield Road, Southside, EH16 5UT
Edinburgh's most opulent dining room offers exquisitely decorative food to match its Georgian design. | read our review of Rhubarb

3 Royal Terrace, New Town, EH7 5AB
Michelin-starred restaurant with rooms, where chef Paul Kitching's unique creativity shines through in every bonkers dish. | read our review of 21212

The Witchery by the Castle
Castlehill, Royal Mile, Old Town, EH1 2NF
History-packed restaurant, famed for its fine dining, location and atmosphere. | read our review of The Witchery by the Castle

You may also want to consider: Dine with Stuart Muir, Maison Bleue, Monteiths, The Pompadour by Galvin

Eating & Drinking Guide 2015/16

Eating & Drinking Guide 2016/17

23rd Edition published April 2016. Widely recognised as the most reliable, comprehensive and authoritative guide to eating out in more than 950+ restaurants, bistros, cafes and bars in Glasgow and Edinburgh.

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