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More about the restaurant: Barleo
Please be aware that tables booked online for two people have a maximum seating time of 1 hour and 30 minutes and tables of four or more diners have a maximum seating time of 1 hour and 45 minutes. To enquire about a lengthier booking, please contact the restaurant directly.
Serving the lucky locals of Linlithgow high-quality, fresh and authentic Italian cuisine since 1999, Barleo is a must for any foodie looking to fill their boots with some of the best fare going. Located only a short drive from Edinburgh, this rustic restaurant has everyone covered, and whether you’re in for a real Italian espresso, bar snacks, a business lunch or intimate dinner for two by candlelight, you’ll be more than satisfied here each and every time. So do yourself a favour and head to the High Street in Linlithgow armed with a reservation where Barleo’s team are waiting for you with delicious food, wine and service.
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So, what can you expect from Barleo Linlithgow? Well, the service is up there with the best and led by owner Gianni Grolla meaning you’ll receive warm, welcoming and expert attention each time you dine at this Italian haven. The passion truly oozes here at Barleo, and no detail is overlooked. The wine list is carefully curated and you’ll find an array of delicious and well-rounded vintages that go perfectly when matched with your dish of choice. And then, there is the food. Oh, the delicious, fresh food. Let’s take a look…
To begin we recommend kicking things off at Barleo with starters including gamberoni spagnolo king prawns with chorizo; melanzane parmigiana baked aubergine with tomato, mozzarella and parmesan and prosciutto e pere red wine poached pears. Then, tuck into mains including tagliatelle casalinghi cooked with veal, bacon and wild mushrooms in a tomato and cream sauce and scaloppine alla Milanese that is breaded and fried with Napoli-style spaghetti. Linlithgow locals have been buzzing about this Italian haven for a while now, but the secret is out. Located on the High Street in Linlithgow city centre, be sure to arrive with a reservation in tow to avoid disappointment.