What a fantastic restaurant based on the edge of town. Friendly staff and amazing food and wine. I don't do reviews, but needed to acknowledge this fab little eatery. We'll be back.
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Visited my favourite Edinburgh restaurant last week for a meal on my birthday. Not been there for some time but as always was not disappointed. Menu is always different but food and service is excellent. I started with pigeon followed by a pork cheeks stew...More
This was my first time dining here and won't be my last. This establishment ticked all the boxes for myself and three friends with fabulous food, service and welcoming ambiance. We opted for the cauliflower starter and this was exceptionally tasty. Hake cooked beautifully and...More
We booked our end of term lunch at bia bistrot, my friends and I are studying nutrition, we have many Vegans and Gluten Free girls!! It was absolutely perfect!! We were given the private dining room down stairs, it's really nice and we were able...More
We picked this restaurant as we were in Edinburgh for the day and we planned to have a walk south of the Castle around the Meadows area. The lunch and early evening menu are absolutely fantastic value at £9.50/12 for 2/3 courses. We both had...More
Like to go to independent restaurants, and this was brilliant. Staff and atmosphere welcoming. Food fantastic. Was a Wednesday night and throwing it down, but the place was full. Enjoyed the whole evening.
Chose to eat at bia bistro whilst staying in Edinburgh based on trip advisor reviews and we're not disappointed. Located in Morningside, received a warm welcome from the staff who could not be more helpful. Very pleasant atmosphere and decor, the menu to the to...More
Great little find for an inexpensive lunch 2 courses £9.50 or 3 courses for £11.00 ,good food as well.would definitely go back
A short bus ride from the centre of Edinburgh is this obviously popular bistrot. So pre-book. We were welcomed and guided to our table by a well-experienced team member who had us comfortable, drinks in hand, and recommending the `specials' which included pig's cheeks and...More