On the outskirts of the ancient city of Edinburgh lies a pub with a tendency towards tradition itself. The Riccarton Arms on Lanark Road in Currie has stood in its place for over two hundred years, and they continue to offer all the staples of Scottish bars: ales, wines and superb menus. If you head over to their location towards the south of the city, you’ll be sure of a warm welcome – in fact, they have two real fires – and home-cooked pub food.
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Went on a Sunday evening which was surprisingly busy. The food was delicious and we all enjoyed the meal. Service was very good and attentive without being annoying. Highly recommend eating here. It was a cold evening and a coal fire was lit making it very cosy.
Enjoyed our visit, excellent service, nice atmosphere and the excellent food.
good food as usual. staff friendly and attentive for the most part. can get loud in the bar dining area. back of the restaurant is quiet.
The Riccarton Inn is the sort of pub of which Edinburgh is rightly proud: home-cooked food, an extensive selection of drinks and a warm welcome. The atmosphere is cosy regardless of the weather – while there is outdoor seating, it’s probably the two roaring coal fires that you’ll be needing knowing the Scottish climate – so when you arrive at their address in Lanark Road in Currie, expect to take a seat at the bar and settle right in.
The bar is packed with real ales – locally-sourced from Caledonian Brewery – as well as four lagers, cocktails, a wine list and even draft prosecco. Their menu is classically Scottish: haggis, cullen skink, pies and fish and chips are all present, as well as a wider range of bar favourites, such as burgers, steaks and cajun chicken. Mosey on over to Lanark Road in Currie for a fantastic pub meal – book in advance to guarantee a table.