Restaurants

Top Choice Indian in West End

Mother India

Glasgow curry buffs forever debate the merits of the city's numerous excellent South Asian restaurants, and this features in every discussion. It may lack the trendiness of some of the up-and-comers, but it's been a…
Top Choice Indian in Perth

Tabla

Tabla is one of the best Indian restaurants in the whole of central Scotland, its bustling, modern dining room catering to a loyal clientele of locals tucking into authentic dishes such as andhra wada (lentil pattie…
Top Choice Chinese in Central Glasgow

Loon Fung

This elegant Cantonese oasis is one of Scotland's most authentic Chinese restaurants; indeed, it's quite a surprise after a traditional dining experience here to emerge to boisterous Sauchiehall rather than Hong Kon…
Thai in Old Town

Ting Thai Caravan

This lively, unpretentious place serves Edinburgh's best Thai food at bargain prices. It started as a pop-up and has retained its no-frills vibe with no bookings, cash-only payments and no website. The food, deliver…
Indian in Old Town

Mother India's Cafe

A simple concept pioneered in Glasgow has captured hearts and minds – and stomachs – here in Edinburgh: Indian food served in tapas-size portions, so that you can sample a greater variety of deliciously different di…
Japanese in West End & Dean Village

Kanpai Sushi

What is probably Edinburgh's best sushi restaurant impresses with its minimalist interior, fresh, top-quality fish and elegantly presented dishes – the squid tempura comes in a delicate woven basket, while the sashi…
Chinese in West End & Dean Village

Chop Chop

Chop Chop is a Chinese restaurant with a difference, in that it serves dishes popular in China rather than Britain – as its slogan says, 'Can a billion people be wrong?' No sweet-and-sour pork here, but a range of d…
Indian in South Edinburgh

Tuk Tuk

One of Edinburgh’s livelier Indian restaurants in central Tollcross, Tuk Tuk serves street-food-style small plates in spacious surroundings with vintage Bollywood posters on the wall. Popular with bigger groups and …
Indian in West End & Dean Village

Omar Khayyam

This is a modern Punjabi restaurant with attentive, waistcoated waiters, stylish modern decor and an unusual water feature trickling away in the middle of the dining room. The food is always fresh and flavourful, ra…
Indian in New Town

Dishoom

Taking over three floors of an imposing 1920s building on St Andrews Sq, Dishoom is a new addition to Edinburgh’s dining scene and the mini-chain’s first opening outside London. Inspired by the Irani cafes of Bombay…