Lovely pub to start your pub amble up to the Royal Mile good selection of real ale good food many malts to choose from and friendly staff
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Popped into this Royal Mile pub for a couple of daytime drinks and came back for food a bit later on as it smelt so delicious. Ended up waddling back to our hotel as we couldn’t resist the three courses. I was also on a...More
When spending a few days in Edinburgh we decided on one night to try local food at a pub. The staff in No. One were very friendly and the food appeared to be freshly prepared and of a high standard.
Dining was a little cramped (Adjoining tables extremely close).This was made worse by a group of people on the next table who thought it socially acceptable to watch a movie on their mobile phone, (With the volume turned up about two foot from my head)....More
Went here on Friday for a drink not long after we arrived. Asked to try the local beer before buying which the server replied "it's lager what do you expect?" Thought it was a bit rude as everywhere else we have visited (both local in...More
Ate here on a Monday night when End of the World was full, and it seemed like everywhere was filling up fast. Service was acceptable-The Bar tender was a little off putting to us initially, and a few other people that came in asking if...More
Strolling around after being at the castle, we went into this bar / restaurant. Cheery welcome from the waitress, a nice beer and filling tasty food, what more could you ask for!!
Enjoyable walk up the high street to the castles. It is crowded for sure with lots of tour busses and taxis. The shops are not all that interesting but if you pay attention to the little "closes" or small passageways you can discover a great...More