Whiskey, Kilts and innovative Kitchen
If you are looking for excellent Scottish Whisky, Kilts but also innovative kitchen, this is a good start for Scotland!
- 80'000 People come for the Hogmanay Festival during New Years Eve
- Edinburgh Castle, find out everything about family Stuart
- Leith, not just famous since the movie trainspotting, you can also visit the Royal Yacht Britannia
- for Scottish Whisky lovers you must visit Cadenhead's on Royal Mile
- Jenners Department Store is the "Harrods from the North, on Princes Street
- Look like Sean Connery in a kilt and go to Geoffrey Tailor on Royal Mile
- The Dome - a former bank building which hosts now an excellent restaurant & bar
Edinburgh is very much underestimated!
Great new cooks such as Paul Kitching or Martin Wishart celebrate a region based gourmet cuisine
Paul Kitching's 21212 is much worth of a visite!
Paul and his partner, Katie O'Brien, have over 45 combined years of Michelin star experience.
The duo moved to Scotland's capital city in 2009 where they opened 21212, a five star restaurant with rooms. The restaurant has received numerous awards since opening, including best new restaurant in the UK, a Michelin star, four AA rosettes and been named Catering in Scotland's Restaurant of the Year. Paul was also awarded the Prince Philip medal for services to the catering industry.
Prior to their move north, Paul and Katie ran Juniper in Greater Manchester. Juniper received accolades and praise from chefs and reviewers alike. It became the North West’s only 4AA rosette restaurant and Greater Manchester’s only Michelin-starred restaurant. It also ranked in the top 20 restaurants in The Good Food Guide and was England’s Restaurant of the Year.
The Witchery ....really spooky!
- The Witchery is one of the most famous restaurants in Edinburgh
- it's also a hotel with special "scary" rooms
- it has a spooky but still romantic atmosphere
- gourmet food such as excellent sole
- the wine menu is as huge as a phone book!
The Ship on the Shore - Leith
- really elegant Pub
- best seafood platter ever
- if in Edinburgh...this is a Must!
Nira Caledonia Hotel
This boutique Hotel belongs to the Small Luxury Hotels.
Comprising two magnificent Georgian townhouses in the heart of Scotland’s capital city, Nira Caledonia is a quirky blend of architectural grandeur and modern interior design. Far from showy or grand, expect an easy going, yet smart and comfortable feel where an emphasis on providing the best of the region is reflected in the restaurant with locally sourced produce, a superb selection of single malt whisky in the bar and indulgently comfortable accommodation.
Nira Caledonia is superbly placed, just a ten-minute walk from Princes Street. Take a walk around New Town to appreciate the wealth of Georgian architecture with its cobbled streets, impressive pillars and sandstone block facades. Then, head towards the old part of the city to see the castle, the cathedral, galleries and the boutiques along the Royal Mile.