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24 Royal Terrace
Elegant Charm In the heart of edinburgh
A Boutique Hotel with a unique collection of art
A Luxury Stay in Scotland's capital city
A Georgian Townhouse With a homely touch
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Food & Drink

Edinburgh is a real paradise for foodies, and there is a lot more on the menu than haggis and tatties. In fact, Edinburgh’s food scene is incredibly diverse, boasting numerous Michelin Star restaurants as well as a wide variety of atmospheric bars and pubs in which to sample the best Scotch, or something a bit different.

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21212

Paul Kitching’s 21212 is a Michelin star restaurant conveniently situated two minutes’ walk from 24 Royal Terrace. It exudes the Georgian elegance of Royal Terrace while serving up some of the finest food in Edinburgh. The menu changes every week to offer fresh contemporary French food. It’s also a good spot for wine lovers, with a sommelier on hand to guide you through the extensive wine list.

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Heads and Tales

Edinburgh Gin distillery by day, Heads and Tales gin bar by night. Offering truly innovative cocktails as well as a perfect selection of drinks, this beautifully decorated and cosy bar is one to visit during your stay in Edinburgh.

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The Kitchin

'From Nature to Plate' - the philosophy of Tom and Michaela Kitchin's famous restaurant on Leith's waterfront. Open since 2006, and holding a Michelin Star since 2007, this incredible restaurant has won many accolades over the years and is a dining experience to remember. For something more casual, try The Scran and Scallie; their Stockbridge Bistro.

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The Lucky Liquor Co.

As you travel along Queen Street, you'll more than likely notice a classic neon sign saying 'Liquor' and an arrow directing you inside - and yes, it is worth it. Serving up some unique cocktails in a buzzing atmosphere, it's definitely worth a visit.

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Restaurant Martin Wishart

Open since 1999, Martin Wishart's Port of Leith restaurant continues to deliver the very best traditional and modern French cuisine to Edinburgh. Another hugely reputable restaurant, it has held a Michelin Star since 2001 as well as numerous other accolades. The Honours on North Castle Street is another restaurant opened by Martin Wishart in 2011.

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David Bann

Edinburgh's most well known Vegetarian Restaurant - well worth dining in whether you are a vegetarian or not. Located just off the Royal Mile in the heart of Edinburgh's Old Town, this restaurant is within walking distance of 24 Royal Terrace.

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Harvey Nichols Forth Floor

Above Edinburgh's classy Multrees Walk, and overlooking the rooftops of central Edinburgh as well as the Firth of Forth, Harvey Nichols' Forth Floor restaurant offers the best of Scottish cuisine with a view to match - perfect on those glorious Edinburgh days.

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Kanpai

This has to be the most authentic, Japanese Sushi restaurant in Edinburgh without a doubt. Constantly busy, Kanpai is a small gem of a restaurant with both restaurant tables also a Sushi bar to witness the terrific skill of the chefs.

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Kyloe

They know their steaks. Do I need to say more? Situated on the West End of Princes Street, Kyloe is an excellent steak restaurant delivering an array of cuts, as well as something for those not quite in the mood for it.

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