Damm27 opened on Edinburgh’s Southside in April this year after an extensive refurbishment. Now a stylish, contemporary bar and bistro that offers all-day dining, with a menu inspired by classic European dishes – this is the very epitome of continental chic.
Wondering where to eat in Edinburgh this summer? We have rounded up the top 10 from tasting menus to sushi to the hottest new opening!
Artmag’s round-up of Festival eating and drinking hot spots.
The famous Oysterman from Oysterman Events will be sharing his delicious wares at Le Di-Vin on select Friday evenings.
Nestled in a unique Tudor style building in Edinburgh’s chic Randolph Place, la P’tite Folie is a haven of fine French food and wine.
May 24 – May 25
Scotland’s largest celebration of craft beer returns to Edinburgh this May with a special foodie focus, top-class music acts and a huge selection of craft beers from some of the world’s most innovative brewers.
Edinburgh’s progressive Italian fine dining experience, Mono, has launched a casual enoteca menu for 2019.
Paul Wedgwood, Chef Patron, is hosting a wild foraging tour on Sunday 28th April. Guests will be treated to an unforgettable foodie tour of the Midlothian countryside, where they will discover the secret-world of edible possibilities.
The sleek, retro-style aluminium caravan will be based in Falcon Square, Inverness from 10am to 5pm on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays into the spring
Packed with 52 mouth-watering recipes, this collection of Soups from Dundonian Greengrocer, Fraser Reid allows readers to celebrate the best seasonal produce and to use
Billy Boyter, chef patron at Fife’s Michelin-starred The Cellar in Anstruther is changing things up at the restaurant this autumn by focusing on one amazing nine course menu.
As the year draws to a close, what better way to celebrate new beginnings than by joining the festivities at The Lookout – an exciting partnership between Edinburgh restaurant The Gardener’s Cottage and Collective, the organisation that has redeveloped the City Observatory site on Calton Hill.
With spectacular views across the River Tay, Tatha Bar and Kitchen brings delicious family dining to Dundee’s waterfront.
Scotland’s best loved farm shop has put together a calendar of festive events this winter including a sparkling Christmas night market, the opportunity to take part in Christmas wreath making classes and Christmas party evenings in the Steak Barn.
The coveted Young British Foodies Chef of 2018 was awarded to Roberta Hall-McCarron, head chef at The Little Chartroom in Edinburgh.
Bowhouse, East Fife’s most popular monthly food market, will provide everything you need for your winter larder with a series of markets in October, November and a special seasonal market in December.
The in-house restaurant, Westward, looks out over Loch Crinan towards the islands and is included in the 2018 Michelin Guide and has been awarded L’Assiette Michelin (The Michelin Plate)
They say the culture of a country is best reflected in its cuisines. True to his Italian heritage, Chef Nico Simeone is set to bring
Divino has unveiled a fabulous new menu created by talented Head Chef, Francesco Ascrizzi, reflecting the wide variety of styles and delicious flavours that are
Le Di Vin, the chic wine bar in Edinburgh’s Randolf place is the proud purveyor of a glorious selection of wines. The impressive wine display is understandably the focal point of this elegant bar, dominating the room aside a range of convivial seating areas, a few intimate corners and a magnificent mezzanine floor.
If you’re in the mood for pizza after a trip round Kelvingrove Museum and Art Gallery, Basta! is only a ten minute walk through the quirky neighbourhood of Partick.
Refreshing gin cocktails, al fresco dining and a chilled retreat from the city heat are this season’s main attraction at Hotel Du Vin Edinburgh, as
One of Edinburgh’s most magnificent Old Town venues will re-open to the public next week as Grand Café at the Scotsman gets set to welcome
Sponsored by Franklin & Sons, The Great British Gin Festival will be hosted at the Barrowland Ballroom in Glasgow’s East End, just a stones throw
Edinburgh’s thriving restaurant scene will welcome its newest member, 83 Hanover Street later this month. This, the first dining project from former Gleneagles restaurant manager and owner of acclaimed Edinburgh bar 99 Hanover Street Juan Jose Castillo Castro, and his partner Vanessa Alfano, is set to bring a unique culinary blend of Scottish produce with Chilean flavours to the city.