Local Tips - Secret Food Tours Edinburgh


We hope you loved your Secret Food Tour: Edinburgh! Because we love sharing all our beautiful city has to offer, we've created a list of our guides' favorite places to help you make the most of your time here.


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  • Ten Seats, Two Chefs, One Table - The Table, established as the first interactive, fine dining experience in Edinburgh. A Dundas Street, +44 131 281 1689
  • High Tea Anyone? - The Colonnades At The Signet Library, The perfect place for Edinburgh's finest afternoon tea, a sumptuous lunch and delicious cocktails and fizz. Parliament Square, +44 131 226 1064
  • Michelin-Star Dining - Restaurant Martin Wishart, A chef owner, he sources his ingredients as locally as possible and, when necessary, internationally. 54 Shore, +44 131 553 3557
  • Scottish Hog Roast Rolls - Oink, Locals love this secret spot for fast, casual and high quality food. 34 Victoria Street | 82 Cannongate, +44 7771 968233
  • Proper Seafood - Ondine, The finest seafood and shellfish from the East Coast of Scotland. They buy from local fishermen, you get fresh, sustainable, and creative dishes. 2 George IV Bridge, +44 131 226 1888


  • Use Local Buses - Save Some Money - Purchase a �4 day ticket on the bus or visit a Lothian Bus shop and buy a week long bus pass.
  • Free Attractions - In Edinburgh, we have lots of free attractions for you to enjoy while you're here: The National Museum of Scotland, The Royal Botanic Gardens, our tours starting point St Giles Cathedral is a definite must.
  • Exploring Edinburgh - Not In Any Guide Book - Locals visit places never seen in guide books. Take a walk up Craiglockhart Hill or Braid Hills, the views are not to be missed. Walk along the canal, it stretches for miles, here you can see the statue of Burke and Hare, grave snatchers that helped build the canal.
  • Hire A Bicycle - Up to two bikes can be hired for �3.80 each per day from Haymarket Train Station and kept for up to 72 hours. If the ticket office is closed at your station upon return, drop your bike key into the Bike & Go drop box.