10 International Restaurants in Edinburgh

Skilled cooking and great ingredients combine in Edinburgh's international restaurants

With a well-deserved reputation as a cosmopolitan and outward looking city, it's perhaps no wonder that there are so many excellent international restaurants in Edinburgh. This is great news for the capital's diners, as these restaurants serve up some of the most exciting food in the city. Chefs in Edinburgh's international restaurants have access to some wonderful local ingredients and when these are combined with the skills of these talented cooks, the results can be fantastic. You can look forward to succulent steaks, delicate seafood and an explosion of flavours from around the world.

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Ginger Restaurant

Old Town
International££££
5.3/697
Ginger Restaurant

CC Blooms

City Centre
International££££
5.4/664
CC Blooms

Stewarts Bar & Grill

Penicuik
International££££
5.1/649
Stewarts Bar & Grill
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Il Castello Restaurant

City Centre
International££££
5.5/62
Il Castello Restaurant

Zuhus

Old Town
International££££
5.0/63
Zuhus

The Winged Ox

City Centre
International££££
5.5/6402
The Winged Ox

The Battlefield Restaurant

Mount Florida
International££££
5.7/6114
The Battlefield Restaurant

The Shore Falkirk

Town Centre
International££££
5.3/6120
The Shore Falkirk

Mulberry St Bar/Bistro

Southside
International££££
5.4/686
Mulberry St Bar/Bistro

Jist Misto

Cardonald
International££££
5.5/613
Jist Misto
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    Enjoy the stunning taste sensations of international restaurants in Edinburgh

    Chefs in Edinburgh's international restaurants are not tied to any one cuisine or bound by tradition. This means that they can set their talents free and create some delicious and innovative dishes. It also means that you can sample favourites from around the world. How about haggis balls as a starter and then a powerful crawfish stew from America's Deep South? Or a classic French coq au vin followed by the sweetest Turkish delight? The possibilities are limited only by the chef's imagination and you're going to love the creative and mouthwatering combinations on offer.