The Cellar Door fools many with its simple shopfront in Edinburgh. Always ready with a surprise for diners at its cozy underground enclave along George IV Bridge, this restaurant boasts flavours underpinned by Scotland’s rich cultural heritage. Choose from a variety of Scottish seafood, meat and vegetarian dishes made from the freshest ingredients and complete your dining experience with a wide range of malt whiskies and local ales. Housed in a former printing press in the heart of the Old Town, this newly refurbished space promises to make customers feel right at home with its famous sense of hospitality. This unassuming gem is not one to be missed by fans of good food, good drink and a good ambience. Be sure to make a reservation to avoid disappointment!
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Absolutely fantastic service. Went for tasting menu and matching drinks. Everything was tasty and drinks were great. Would recommend to anyone wanting to try Scottish cuisine.
The Cellar Door always has good food and excellent service. Most enjoyable.
Perfect meal before going to the Festival Theatre. Good, fresh comfort food.
Operated by a dedicated team passionate about Scottish cuisine, you can almost taste the strong sense of national identity down at The Cellar Door. Located on George IV Bridge, close to the University of Edinburgh and within easy reach of many Old Town landmarks is a restaurant stocked with ingredients of unrivalled quality sourced close to home from Scottish farmers. Infused with Scotland’s culinary heritage, The Cellar Door spoils diners with classic Scottish fare like traditional beer battered fish & chips and Scottish takes on continental specialities such as the chestnut mushroom risotto. Keeping things interesting, The Cellar Door’s chefs create new dishes every day to keep customers, old and new, coming back for more.
Regardless of the occasion, for a cuppa or for a pint, The Cellar Door won’t disappoint. The restaurant’s limited-period festive menus will spice up the holiday season, with dishes like sticky Christmas pudding topped with homemade brandy ice cream and roast turkey breast that are perfect winter warmers. With a menu frequently refreshed, it’s no wonder that regular patrons will associate The Cellar Door with a range of tastes rather than any particular dish. The Cellar Door also goes beyond casual dining, also available for private events and team-building workshops of up to sixty people, in which attendees are guided by the friendly crew to create fresh batches of chocolate delights such as chocolates, truffles and chocolate-dipped fruits. The food and fun goes on all week, typically from 12pm to 9pm. If you’re up for dining experience in an elegant and quaint Old Town setting, visit this gem tucked away in a cosy corner in Edinburgh. Book in advance to secure your seats today!