Food and Drink in Stockbridge

The Scran Scallie Chicken Liver Parfait Toast And Pickled Cabbage

Relaxing brunch or a fine dining experience, Stockbridge has a wealth of eateries.

The Scran Scallie Duck Chips And Bread

They say that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and in Stockbridge, you’re spoilt for choice. For that morning pick-me-up, The Pantry’s brunches have become the talk of the town; or relax over your meal in the cosy Kilted Kitchen.

The Kilted Kitchen External Shop Front With Couple Dining Inside

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Or for a twist on your bagel, try Bross Bagels, whose extensive menu bring a taste of Montreal style bagels packed with NYC deli inspired fillings to Edinburgh.

Bross Bagels Shop Exterior

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From the award-winning team of the Michelin starred Kitchin restaurant in Leith, the Scran and Scallie is a warm and welcoming gastropub serving up delicious food made from quality seasonal local produce. 

Scran And Scallie Restaurant Interior Shot No People

Great beers and ales and a food menu that changes with the food seasons, as well as supporting local suppliers and delivering quality dishes, is at the heart of Hamilton’s.

Long-standing and popular Ping On Chinese restaurant does the simple things very well indeed, or for a traditional Sunday Lunch with family, try The Raeburn - built in 1832 as an elegant Georgian family home, it has now been transformed into an exquisite boutique hotel. 

Pubs and Bars

Into the evening, cocktails are the thing at The Last Word Saloon, a low-lit bar offering unusual mixers such as chilli jam and thyme-infused honey. For a great choice of cask and keg beers, The Stockbridge Tap is a popular choice with locals. If you fancy bars with a more rustic feel, The Antiquary Bar is a snug cellar bar with stone walls, wood panels, real ale, poker, quiz and folk music. With its explorative drinks menu, as well as extensive food menu, Hector’s has a relaxed atmosphere – they’re also dog friendly. For somewhere with history running through it, try The Bailie, the site of which has been a bar since the 1870’s.

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