Chic, sadly roadside, restaurant by the port in Leith just outside Edinburgh. Supposedly the best restaurant in the Edinburgh area. Major drawback: cars and buses buzzing by every few minutes reminiscent of dining near an airport. Not good…actually very bad. No double-glazing in Scotland? Very sad. Noise and rumble died down after 9pm, but still rears its ugly head now and again.
Place is thumping on Tuesday. Not bad. Book well in advance. Continue reading Restaurant Martin Wishart 👍👍👍👍👌
Oh my ears and whiskers such a gorgeous place to sip some shampoo outside with the mansion behind us and the football field lawn before us. Better settings rarely present themselves. Pleased we are staying at Culloden House…time standing still… Continue reading Culloden House 👍👍👌
Down the road from the University of Glasgow in a lane clearly dedicated to late night revelers, “The Chip”, as locals call it, surprises with an open courtyard restaurant, interesting menu and commendable wine list. Truly shocking as you think university pub grub as you saunter down the cobblestone lane and then walk into a beautiful glass ceiling enclosed courtyard. Ya gotta smile. University students have come a long way. Continue reading Ubiquitous Chip 👍👍👍
A Michelin One Star hotel restaurant for more than 12 years, this classic, candle lit, soft music restaurant exudes old world charm with a touch of modernity.
Lickety split, McDonalds service. We slowed them down for dessert. Continue reading Restaurant Number One 👍👍👍👍👌
Swish yet refined dining room in an old warehouse by the port. Nature to plate, excellent.
Everything Scotland from veggies to seafood to meat to cutlery to, well, everything…except glassware. Continue reading The Kitchin 👍👍👍👍👍
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A stunningly beautiful village-like distillery nestled in the quiet countryside of Perthshire, Scotland. A visit , regardless of whether or not you like whisky, takes you back to a time when life was slower, simpler and just felt nicer.