No. 33

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No. 33
33 Deanhaugh Street, Edinburgh, EH4 1LR
  • Telephone 0800 073 1211
  • Seasonal times Festival: open until 6pm daily
  • Food served Mon–Fri 8am–5pm; Sat 9am–6pm; Sun 10am–5pm.
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Simply dressed Stockbridge café offering an appealing array of crusty baguettes and focaccia with homemade cakes and good coffee.

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An offshoot of the New Town Deli five minutes away on Henderson Row, this is a chilled-out coffee spot with bare brick balls and pearl-finished vintage accordions on display above leafy pot plants, and bar stools and slim wooden shelves for perching around the narrow room. Slotted between the Sainsbury’s and Barnardo’s on Stockbridge’s great strip of charity shops and delis, No. 33 say they’re channelling ‘Brooklyn cool’. There’s definitely a relaxed atmosphere as you watch the lunchtime soup and sandwich crowd drift off, then get the place to yourself for zoning out for a while with a Williams and Johnson flat white and a Portuguese custard tart. The sandwiches also deserve a mention; crusty baguettes or filled croissants are very tasty, if priced to reflect their well-heeled surroundings.

The List's rating






Claire Sawers visited No. 33 on 3 December 2018
  • High point: A laidback place to linger
  • Low point: Can get overcrowded at peak times
  • Notable dish: Coffee pecan cake
  • Average price: £8.50 (lunch)
  • Provides: Vegetarian options (at least ¼ main courses), Free wi-fi
  • Capacity: 24
  • Largest group: No bookings
  • Open since: 2014