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The Waterside Bistro is a highly regarded bar and restaurant situated in a stunning location on the banks of the River Tyne in Haddington, showcasing Scotland's unbeatable larder.
This fabulous restaurant situated on the coast of Dunbar, with probably the best coastal views in the area, is a hidden gem where the emphasis is on comfort, excellent food, fine wines and real ales.
“This market town inn is inviting from the outset... Award winning chef, Craig Hunter (formerly of The Rocks) and his wife Kirsty, have turned a dour establishment into a bright, contemporary bar and restaurant. Inside the downstairs bar is friendly and welcoming, a comfy place for supping a decent pint of cask ale. Upstairs the restaurant is comfortably relaxing... .” Lea Harris, Instant Magazine
The bistro's (named after the nearby Waterloo Bridge over the River Tyne) menu has a strong Latin slant with mouthwatering pizzas made to order and fresh pasta. Their head chef, Charlie Hutchison, has created a mini-menu for kids. The Courtyard Bar offers a relaxing environment in which to enjoy a drink and has a bar menu of its own.
This is a small, welcoming local pub and bistro which has won awards over recent years forBest Food Pub, Best Pub, Community Pub of the year and Cask Marque award for cask ale. The traditional public bar has a log fire, Sky TV for sports, and a great range of real ales.
This famous little restaurant in the heart of Gullane is, and has been for a long time, known as one of the best places to eat in this part of the country.
The Longniddry Inn is set in the heart of golfing Country in Longniddry half an hour from Edinburgh, and is a well established, popular country bar and restaurant.
A good family run country pub and restaurant with a beer garden in the charming village of Gifford.
Famous family owned traditional ice cream parlour, confectionary and café established over 90 years ago. A family friendly atmosphere catering for all ages and tastes. Luca's use locally sourced milk, butter and double cream.