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47–49 Deanhaugh Street, Edinburgh, EH4 1LR
  • Telephone 0131 343 1735
  • Opening times Mon–Wed noon–midnight; Thu/Fri noon–1am; Sat 11–1am; Sun 11am–midnight
  • Bar open Sun–Wed 10am–10pm; Thu/Fri 10am–midnight; Sat 10am –midnight
  • Food served Mon–Fri noon–10pm; Sat/Sun 10am–10pm.
  • Average price £18 (lunch); £18 (evening meal)
  • Email
  • Website www.hectorsstockbridge.co.uk
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Stockbridge staple offering something for everyone, without spreading itself too thin

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Hector's is a Stockbridge staple that rarely disappoints. It has a stylish yet cosy feel, and if you’re lucky enough to get a seat by the curved windows you can idle away many a happy hour watching local life go by. Whether it’s a Sunday roast with a Bloody Mary, a midweek dinner with the girls or a few pints watching the rugby, there’s something here for everyone. The food is posh pub grub: steak and smoked cheddar pie, red pepper and quinoa burger and sirloin steak; there are interesting guest ales on tap and the wine list offers plenty of choice.

  • High point: A safe choice for a good time
  • Low point: Can get busy
  • Notable dish: Steak and smoked cheddar pie
  • Average price: £18 (lunch); £18 (dinner)
  • Provides: Vegetarian options (at least ¼ main courses), Children's portions, Children's high chairs, Wheelchair access, Free wi-fi
  • Music on stereo: Soul, funk, rock
  • Capacity: 100
  • Largest group: 25
  • Open since: 1990
  • Number of wines sold by the glass: 12
  • House wine: £17.50 per bottle

Reviews & features

Neighbourhood Watch: Stockbridge, Edinburgh

16 Nov 2011

A guide to the village-like Edinburgh suburb

What’s it like? Architecturally lovely and quite picturesque, the area is still pretty bohemian despite the influx of more affluent shops in recent years. Where’s it, like? To the north of the city, between the New Town and Inverleith. It’s about a…