A very foodie trip to Edinburgh

I first visited Edinburgh back when I was at University and I don’t recall having extensive food experience. After all, I was on a Student budget.

So this time when we made the plan to visit I ensured we experienced the best of what the city had to offer.


Lebanese restaurant serving Mezza, Grill and all things Arabian cuisine, located on the stylish Geroge Street.


Perfect spot for Breakfast, Brunch and Lunch. I highly recommend their Acai bowl so yummy.


A steakhouse that serves up amazing meaty burgers.


A budget-friendly little find for the perfect chicken wings.

The Fishmarket

Located near the coast, one of the best fish and chips I have ever had.

Pokara Bar

Serving Punjabi Street food with lots of vegetarian options. I would say this is a great pit stop to fuel up mid-shopping or sightseeing. Portions are big.

The White Horse

Located in what used to be the oldest inn on The Royal Mile, this seafood restaurant is a must to visit.

Mary’s Milk Bar

There is a reason why this ice cream place has long lines and is always super busy. The ice cream is creamy and worth breaking the once-a-year dairy-free rule.

I hope the above help any of you who visit Edinburgh and need a good foodie place to eat at.

Until next time stay safe and healthy.


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