Food and Drink in Gorgie and Dalry

Gorgie Dalry Food

Restaurants and cafes

Dalry is home to a number of small family restaurants and cafes for you to discover.

For a coffee and a quick bite to eat, there’s loads of choice. Try the Saltyard – they have a play space for your little ones - or Chapter One Coffee Shop, who have a fully plant-based menu.

If you’re looking for dinner, First Coast restaurant offers modern bistro dining with European and Asian themes. Or your spoiled for choice when it comes to Italian eateries, with Pizzeria 1926, Locanda de Gusti, and Mia Italian Kitchen all within a short stretch of Dalry Road.

After dinner, if you’re keen for something sweet, you don’t have far to go! You’ll find Presko Dessert Parlour and Kaspa’s Desserts just along on Gorgie Road.

If there’s a box set at home with your name on it, there’s a takeaway here to match. You can get deliveries across the city from some of the neighbourhood’s best takeaways including Gorgie Fish Bar, Lazeez Tandoori and B&D’s Kitchen.


The pubs and bars in Gorgie and Dalry fill up quickly when there’s a game on at Tynecastle, or at nearby Murrayfield Stadium.

On quieter days you can enjoy the cosy atmosphere of Dickens Lounge Bar, a traditional pub full of local character.

A little off the main road, the Caley Sample Room have a unique selection of craft beers and ales, and they have a delicious menu for breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner. Make sure you book ahead!

If you’re looking for a selection of craft beers to try in the comfort of your own home, High Spirit Drinks have an amazing range of options, and friendly staff who can help you choose something new or find a niche favourite. They also have some lovely unique spirits and wines from around the world.