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A Room in Edinburgh

It was cold, wet, frozen and windy in Edinburgh this week.  The only good weather news was that it didn’t snow as heavily as forecast (yet).

To keep warm I went in search of food and drink.  I discovered Teuchters Bar with its cosy restaurant in the basement below.   The food is locally sourced and the menu is varied and interesting.  The starter I chose was a little unusual (pear and date scone with blue cream cheese) and very tasty; the mackerel fillets in my main choice were pan-fried perfectly.  The service was friendly and relaxed and the basement was not at all claustrophobic, thanks to these fun windows:






I strongly recommend this restaurant for a relaxed meal with friends or colleaugues.  It is part of a small chain: “A room in … Scottish bistros”.  Teuchters Bar above is worth a visit too, with over 80 malt whiskies and 16 beers on tap.

A Room in the West End
26 William Street, EH3 7NH
Tel. 0131 226 1036


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