Rabble Taphouse & Grill

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Rabble Taphouse & Grill
55a Frederick Street, Edinburgh, EH2 1LH
  • Telephone 0131 622 7800
  • Opening times Mon–Thu 10–12am; Fri & Sat 9–1am; Sun 9–12am.
  • Seasonal times Closed 25 Dec.
  • Bar open Mon–Sun 9am–1am.
  • Food served Mon–Sun 8am–10pm.
  • Email
  • Website www.rabbleedinburgh.co.uk
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Covid-19 precautions

We have provided all staff with Personal Protective Equipment and training on cleaning and hygiene procedures. We have introduced new cleaning rotas and safety stations for all guests. We have configured our restaurants and bars and will only be providing table service to allow for social distancing. On arrival, all guests will receive a temperature check from a member of staff and we are supporting Test & Protect. Please note, any guest who displays a temperature consistent with a fever will be asked to re-schedule their booking. We are providing scenario-based guidance to all employees on how to work through various COVID-19 related situations.

We will constantly review all processes and procedures in line with any new Scottish Government guidelines or advice to ensure the safety of our staff and guests.
Last updated: 8 September 2020

Rabble Taphouse & Grill

'Rough luxe' uptown bar-brasserie attracting style-conscious office workers and party-goers with cocktails, beer from copper tanks and low, slow grills.

Eating & Drinking Guide

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Once the home of city-centre stalwart Rick's, this classy bistro has been updated with a chic makeover which reaffirms its stone wall foundations while sprinkling the room with highlights of shiny copper lighting, tall tables and a few tasteful dining zones surrounding a stylish bar. Starters include monkfish scampi which evokes the aromas of a good chippy with a splendid pea and vinegar purée adding zest to three large chunks of breadcrumbed tail meat. The mild and creamy prawn risotto also hits home, laced with spring onion, crispy seaweed and occasional chilli hits. From the charcoal grill, a generous portion of ox cheek is rich and delicately seasoned on a bed of fluffy mash with a sharp juniper berry sauce, while coq au vin is bright and smoky, featuring button mushrooms and chunks of shredded pancetta. Grazers can also opt for a hearty sharing board where chilli brisket and sticky wings are escorted by fries, pork ribs and beer-braised onions. The funky bar serves a wide range of cocktails and quality beers, of which unpasteurised Staropramen straight from the brewery is a tasty thirst quencher.

The List's rating
7

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Malcolm McGonigle visited Rabble Taphouse & Grill on 30 January 2019
  • High point: Fun and funky
  • Low point: Occassional dishes lacking punch
  • Notable dish: Orkney steak burger
  • Average price: £12.50 (set lunch); £23 (dinner)

Situated on Frederick Street, our city centre bar & restaurant proudly serves the highest quality of breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner, and everything in-between, seven days a week. We work closely with our suppliers to ensure that our menus are crafted using the best produce possible.

Upstairs, above our glass-roofed garden, you’ll find 10 effortlessly hip and comfortable boutique hotel bedrooms – a relaxed, urban base ideal for business, pleasure and those looking for where to stay to enjoy everything that Edinburgh has to offer.

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  • Private dining: Up to 50 covers
  • No. overnight rooms: 10
  • Provides: Gluten-free options, Children's portions, Children's high chairs, Outdoor tables, Free wi-fi
  • Music on stereo: Loud music
  • Live entertainment: DJs, live vocalist and guitarist
  • Capacity: 120
  • Largest group: 88
  • Open since: 2017
  • Number of wines sold by the glass: 17
  • House wine: £20.75 per bottle
Whilst every effort has been made to ensure the information displayed here is accurate, always check with the venue before attending (especially during the Covid-19 pandemic).