Best spots for street food in Edinburgh

Best spots for street food in Edinburgh

The Food + Flea Market

Where to find and taste quality street food at all hours of the day

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Edinburgh's street food scene encompasses a spread of ventures from police boxes to a fixed market, serving up on-the-go goodies all hours from ethical coffee for commuters to Brazilian crepes for lunch and veggie Punjabi food for (very) late diners.

Cobolt Coffee
Marchmont Crescent, Marchmont, EH9 1HD
Marchmont Terrace police box specialising in great coffee with food from local heroes like Union of Genius.
facebook.com/coboltcoffee

The Counter
Various venues, Edinburgh
Police boxes around town (Usher Hall, Tollcross, Morningside) and a gorgeous narrowboat on the Union Canal, near the Leamington lift bridge.
facebook.com/TheCountered | read our review of The Counter

The Food + Flea Market
Sibbald Walk, New Street, EH8 8FT
Daily street food market with a revolving cast of traders and trucks.
facebook.com/foodnfleamarket/

The Pakora Bar
96 Hanover Street, New Town, EH2 1DR
Quirky Indian street food bar serving vegan and veggie Punjabi food until the early hours.
facebook.com/thepakorabar | read our review of The Pakora Bar

Red Box Coffee
Haymarket Station, 13 Clifton Terrace, Haymarket, EH12 5EY
It's great to be able to pick up an ethically sourced small batch coffee in the heart of Haymarket Station.
redboxcoffee.com

Tupiniquim
The Green Police Box, Middle Meadow Walk, Lauriston Place, University, EH1 9AU
A little box of joy – fabulous Brazilian street food and a micro festival venue too.
facebook.com/tupiniquim | read our review of Tupiniquim

Eating & Drinking Guide 2017/18

Eating & Drinking Guide 2017/18

24th Edition published April 2017. 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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