Edinburgh, the capital of Scotland, is a city characterized by rustic buildings, windy roads, crooked steps, and charming cobblestone streets. With views of green hills and hints of the blue sea in the distance, Edinburgh has a way to win over even the weariest traveler.
Interested in the KM0 food movement? Aizle is the perfect place to try locally sourced, seasonal food. Its menu changes regularly to reflect the season’s freshest produce.
A family-run restaurant, Timberyard is a great place to go for a fun dinner with colleagues. Its casual yet stylish decor and exceptional food make for an unmissable experience!
Dishoom is a testament to Indo-nostalgia, drawing on the aesthetic and styling of Bombay’s Irani cafes from days past. Its unique flavors will transport you to a different time and place.
Clad with teapots, ladies' hats, and a jungle of plants everywhere, Roseleaf offers some of the most exciting selection of drinks in Edinburgh’s shore area. Try the rhubarb and custard cocktail!
If you’re more of a craft beer lover, then this is the place for you. Enjoy your beer from ⅔ pint glasses, so that you can really appreciate the artistry behind the beer without overindulging.
If you’re lucky and the weather is good, head over to Cold Town House to enjoy a drink on their stunning rooftop terrace. Take a colleague or client there to do business with a beautiful view.
For the art-lover, the Scottish National Gallery is the best place to take a peek at some masterpieces, including works by Van Gogh, Salvador Dali, and Sir Henry Raeburn.
This is a must-visit comedy venue guaranteed to give you a night you’ll never forget. It’s been visited by some of the UK’s best stand-up comedians, like Kevin Bridges and Frankie Boyle.
Also known as “Porty”, Edinburgh’s seaside boasts penny arcades and traditional fish & chips shops. Go for a walk along the sandy beach and take in the smell of the sea.