1780 Restaurant Edinburgh is a bar and restaurant that celebrates the very best of Scottish cuisine and produce. Right in the heart of the city on Rose Street, the menu at 1780 Restaurant changes weekly but at all times offers the finest seafood, meat and game dishes alongside some Scottish classics. Ingredients used are always seasonal and the chefs never let anything leave the kitchen that they wouldn’t be thrilled to eat themselves. But it’s not just about food at 1780 Restaurant Edinburgh, as it’s as much a drinking spot as it is a dining hub, and from the bar you can expect a great selection of malt whisky, gin, wine and local craft beers. Hot tip from us: be sure to arrive at 1780 Restaurant armed with a reservation.
Nice meal, glad we booked as lots of people being turned away. food was good and friendly staff. Would definitely recommend.
Scottish food is as good as guaranteed to make you feel all warm inside, which means you’re as good as guaranteed to leave 1780 Restaurant Edinburgh with a massive smile on your face. The weekly-changing food menu here, as well as the rotating beers, mean that each visit to 1780 Restaurant Edinburgh has the potential to be different from the last, with the finest food and drink of Scotland on offer at all times. The chefs love to experiment, of course, but that doesn’t mean you find Scottish classics like haggis, fish and chips, steaks and burgers.
As the menu rotates, we can’t tell you what exactly will be available when you visit, but, at the time of writing upon our visit to Rose Street, mains ranged from soy and sesame marinated pork fillet with roasted pepper, courgette & new potatoes with gremolata, all the way through to corn-fed chicken served with kale, onion rings & black pudding bon bons. 1780 Restaurant Edinburgh is open for brunch, lunch and dinner, then, of course, it makes a wonderful spot just for some drinks. 1780 is one of our favourite’s in central Edinburgh and we’re sure you’re going to love it.