Edinburgh Pub Grub and Tea
Is there a better way than to eat your way through Scotland than grabbing some Edinburgh pub grub? Also, enjoy an afternoon tea or a tour through Edinburgh’s many tea rooms while visiting.
Edinburgh’s ancient streets and entrancing castles are its soul, then its 21st-century flourishes permeate its modern spirit. Top-notch restaurants, a student energized nightlife, and a roster of festivals that revel in culture high and low fuse its rich past with a pulsing present.
Traditional pubs offer a quintessential Scottish dining experience, serving hearty grub like meat pies and haggis (sheep’s innards minced with vegetables). The mahogany-lined interiors, cozy crannies and mood lighting add flavors that are as important to meal as seasoning and spice. Begin your day with an ample Scottish breakfast, tattie scones and all. Our favorite place to grab this is “King’s Wark”.
Edinburgh Pub Grub: Breakky
Try a bridie or flaky meat pastry at “Port O’Leith Bar”. The flaky pastry and fragrant meat filling will surely not disappoint. Also, end the evening at cozy “Last Drop” to sample traditionally cask-combined real ales. Matured in wooden barrels, these ales are every beer-lovers dream.
It’s not only only Londoners who enjoy and afternoon of Earl Grey. You can spend a whole afternoon wandering through Edinburgh’s tea rooms. “Eteaket” curates a collection of high-quality loose-leaf teas from sources committed to environmental and social sustainability.