Best gourmet meat joints in Edinburgh

Best Steakhouses and Burger Bars in Edinburgh

Kyloe Restaurant & Grill

Steaks, burgers and everything else: where to get the best cuts of juicy meat in the city

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High-end steak restaurants are booming in the capital and the appetite for specialist aged beef served in sleek surroundings shows no sign of being satiated. And though the slew of recent gourmet burger openings has slowed, local places are still fighting a brave fight against the big chains, sourcing locally and developing their own flavour combos.

Chop House
In Leith, the Old Town and now in Bruntsfield, this micro-chain of stylish steakhouses specialise in sharing cuts and an ever-popular Sunday roast.

Kyloe Restaurant & Grill
Carnivore heaven: top-quality locally sourced beef with the added bonus of views of the castle.

Smoke Stack
Informal neighbourhood bistro that knows how to produce a burger and grill a steak, all using quality Scottish beef.

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 Kyloe Restaurant & Grill
The Rutland Hotel, 1–3 Rutland Street, Edinburgh, EH1 2AE
Upmarket city centre steakhouse serving top-quality meat with fine views over the capital.
B Chop House Bruntsfield
88 Bruntsfield Place, Edinburgh, EH10 4HG
The Chop House family extends to sunny Bruntsfield, where you can expect the same focus on prime dry-aged Scottish beef.
C Smoke Stack
53–55 Broughton Street, Edinburgh, EH1 3RJ
Local favourite close to town with retro desserts, good steaks and featured cocktails deals.
D Chop House Market Street
Arch 15, East Market Street, Edinburgh, EH8 8FS
Little sister to the Leith restaurant stylishly set within East Market Street's row of arches.
E Chop House Leith
102 Constitution Street, Edinburgh, EH6 6AW
Destination dining for meat-lovers and Sunday roast enthusiasts, showcasing the best of British with alluring informal style.

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