Restaurants in Scotland
Order briny Loch Harport oysters on the half shell.
Located in an 18th-century Georgian townhouse, this upscale restaurant is the only public component of the Scotch Malt Whisky Society headquarters.
Edinburgh foodies have been coming to this unpretentious second floor space for 17 years. Seasonal ingredients star in seared Scotch salmon with spring chive velouté, and partridge with chicory.
The 25-table restaurant set in a former church, serves up dishes like pan-seared fillet of salmon with soy-infused noodles.
The bar, whose paneling came from a 19th-century passenger ship, serves local Highland beef.
The restaurant serves traditional baked Scottish crotin and rabbit wrapped in Parma ham—all cooked to perfection.
The namesake of renowned local chef Martin Wishart, this Michelin one-starred restaurant is housed in an understated building on the bank of the Water of Leith.