Brunch



Going out to eat isn't always about cravings. Often enough, mealtimes dictate our choices, limiting restaurant possibilities. When circumstances narrow the options, let 10Best help. We'll direct you to the best Brunch restaurants in Edinburgh and save you the hassle of calling around for business hours. 10Best readers find much to enjoy at Elephant House thanks to its all-around good offerings. It's also hard to beat St Giles Cafe, which serves just what you're looking for when you're in the market for a great Brunch.


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Airport - Edi
Clarinda's


Come enjoy your coffee and tea in this vintage traditional tearoom located on the Royal Mile. Home baked cakes, scones and tarts are the perfect complement to your beverage of choice.




Eat shortbreads shaped like elephants and drink the coffee of your choice from a wide variety while you peruse pictures and figurines of elephants. Flavorings to give your java zing are also available. Comfortable and relaxing, this place is...  Read More


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Airport - Edi
St Giles Cafe


This is a great choice for those on the go. Order an espresso and choose from a wonderful assortment of pastries or breads, like almond croissants or buttery shortbread. Always has a lively and energetic atmosphere.


Glass and Thompson


This is a great choice for those on the go. Order an espresso and choose from a wonderful assortment of pastries or breads, like almond croissants or buttery shortbread. Always has a lively and energetic atmosphere.


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Airport - Edi
Valvona and Crolla


Yearning for a great home-cooked authentically Italian breakfast? This is the place to satisfy your craving. Having won the Newcomer Award in 1996, this restaurant seems to be here for the duration. Offering vegetarian breakfasts, moist...  Read More


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Airport - Edi
Maison Bleue


A new word has been added to the cuisine vocabulary. It's "bouchees," which means "more than an appetizer, but less than a main course," and it literally means "mouthful." This describes the eating at Bleu. What you eat is trendy, upscale, and...  Read More


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Airport - Edi
Susie's Diner


This restaurant has a laid-back, bohemian feel. Walk in and select what you want, in the portion you want. Buzzing all day, the menu includes pastries and fruit salads in the morning and salads, soups, pastas and stir-fries later in the day....  Read More




Nestling in a quaint cobbled lane in the New Town, Café St Honore is a wonderfully romantic French restaurant. The simple, yet chic, interior features black and white floor tiles, wood paneling and beautiful old mirrors. The bistro-style...  Read More


Milk
Photo courtesy of Simon Hill


This small, unassuming caf� on Morrison Street offers the usual full breakfast alongside eggs any way you want them and a range of sweet and fruity toppings for your organic super porridge. If you'd rather just have a thick sandwich or a...  Read More




This was Edinburgh's first vegetarian restaurant, and many still consider it the best. Long, shared tables run the length of the basement room, where candlelight, a nice wine list and live piano or guitar add gracious touches. Meals are...  Read More


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