At the western end of George St is Charlotte Sq, the architectural jewel of the New Town, which was designed by Robert Adam shortly...
St John's Church
The western end of Princes St is dominated by the tower of St John's Church, worth visiting for its fine Gothic Revival interior.
The National Trust for Scotland's Georgian House has been beautifully restored and furnished to show how Edinburgh's wealthy elite lived...
Set around an airy, stone-floored and glass-roofed courtyard, Indigo Yard is a fashionable West End watering hole that has been...
This superb neighbourhood bistro, with French chef and waitstaff, and two-thirds of its top quality produce sourced in Scotland...
10a Queensferry St · interesting places nearby
Edinburgh’s oldest Chinese restaurant, dating from 1956, is a no-frills, no-nonsense place, offering an extensive menu of Cantonese and Peking dishes with classic favourites such as shredded beef with chilli sauce and aromatic crispy duck, alongside more adventurous dishes, such as shredded sea blubber, boneless duck’s feet with mustard sauce, and pickled cabbage with chilli sauce.