Best set lunch menus in Edinburgh

Best set lunch menus in Edinburgh

Timberyard / credit - Ailidh Forlan

Places to head for a cheap lunchtime meal

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In a good restaurant, there's nothing more satisfying than eating off a set menu that's the same standard as the a la carte, but saves you some buck. Here's a bunch of places with good lunchtime deals in Edinburgh.

Michael Neave Kitchen & Whisky Bar Assured and polished dining, Micheal Neave's offers a great value weekday express lunch and – commendably – a bargain Saturday fixed price option.

The Rabbit Hole This neighbourhood bistro is building a loyal following, thanks in part to its keenly priced set lunch.

The Scran and Scallie Clever sourcing helps keep prices reasonable at Tom Kitchin's gastropub; their weekday set lunch is a steal for such high-quality cooking.

Timberyard A tightly focused set lunch showcases Timberyard's ultra-seasonal pared-back cooking.

The Walnut With two courses for around a tenner, this pint-sized Leith bistro is accessible to all.

Wedgwood the Restaurant Exceptional cooking using locally sourced, seasonal and foraged ingredients, Paul Wedgwood's lunch deal is phenomenal value.

Eating & Drinking Guide 2018/19

Eating & Drinking Guide 2018/19

25th Edition published April 2018. 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.
A The Scran & Scallie
1 Comely Bank Road, Edinburgh, EH4 1DT
Public house with dining in Stockbridge with a strong ‘nature to plate’ ethos and a sophisticated interior.
B Timberyard
10 Lady Lawson Street, Edinburgh, EH3 9DS
Industrial-chic warehouse conversion engaging in sensational nose to tail and root to leaf gastronomy.
C The Rabbit Hole
11 Roseneath Street, Edinburgh, EH9 1JH
Popular and creative brasserie with an unusual and pleasing menu
D Michael Neave Kitchen & Whisky Bar
21 Old Fishmarket Close, Edinburgh, EH1 1RW
Assured, polished dining in the Old Town, demonstrating flair and creativity while respecting the flavours of Scotland’s larder
E Wedgwood the Restaurant
267 Canongate, Edinburgh, EH8 8BQ
Locally sourced, seasonal and foraged delights accompanied by an outstanding selection of wines.
F The Walnut
9 Croall Place, Leith Walk, Edinburgh, EH7 4LT
Pocket pleasing real home cooking is taken up a notch at this neighbourhood eatery on Leith Walk.

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