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Where to eat out in Edinburgh

The Scottish capital has more restaurants per head than any other UK city – grab brunch in a café, try Michelin-starred dining or sample what modern local chefs are creating.

Eating in Edinburgh

Edinburgh city centre viewed from Calton Hill



A café that bakes its own organic bread and cakes, ethically sources its coffee and offers some outdoor tables – Loudon’s has got it sussed. The weekend brunch (9am– 3pm) includes eggs Benedict and blueberry pancakes with fruit salad (; 94b Fountainbridge; 8am–5pm Mon–Fri, from 9am Sat–Sun; mains from £5).


Try breakfast with an Italian favour – deliciously light and crisp panettone in carrozza, a sweet brioche dipped in egg and fried – or choose from almond croissants, muesli, yoghurt and fruit, and perfect Italian coffee. The lunch menu features chicken escalopes wrapped in Parma ham (; 19 Elm Row; 8.30am–5.30pm Mon–Thu, 8am–6pm Fri–Sat, 10.30am– 3.30pm Sun; mains from £10).

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