The most attractive part of Leith is the cobbled waterfront street alongside the Water of Leith, lined with pubs and restaurants. Before...
Cute and quaint and verging on chintzy, the Roseleaf could hardly be further from the average Leith bar. Decked out in flowered...
A Room in Leith
This restaurant (and its companion bar, Teuchters Landing) inhabits a warren of nooks and crannies in a red-brick building (once a...
Teuchter's Landing information
Lonely Planet review
A cosy warren of timber-lined nooks and crannies housed in a single-storey red-brick building (once a waiting room for ferries across the Firth of Forth), this real-ale and malt-whisky bar also has outdoor tables on a floating terrace in the dock.