At the western end of George St is Charlotte Sq, the architectural jewel of the New Town, which was designed by Robert Adam shortly...
Designed by Thomas Telford and built between 1829 and 1832 to allow the New Town to expand to the northwest, the Dean Bridge vaults...
St John's Church
A classic re-creation of a 1930s-style pub – a welcoming womb with warm wood and leather decor, complete with a jar of pickled eggs on...
New Edinburgh Rendezvous
Edinburgh’s oldest Chinese restaurant, dating from 1956, is still one of its best. A no-frills, no-nonsense place, it offers an...
24a Stafford St · interesting places nearby
Be prepared for a squeeze to get into this tiny basement restaurant! The reason for the crush is some of the best Thai food in Edinburgh – try the tender yang (marinated and barbecued beef, chicken or prawn), the crisp and tart orange chicken, or the chilli-loaded warm beef salad. There are two branches: choose here for lunch, and Songkran II for dinner.