Top in 2015
Here’s the list of the top places we’ve visited in 2015. All of these places scored 16.5/20 or better, marking them out as exceptional places to eat.
Feast of the First Frost
A stellar pop-up from Russell Smith and David Crabtree Logan. Absolutely mind-blowing.
The Scratch Series
Peerless creative magic from this series of pop-up events from Ben Reade and David Crabtree-Logan.
Restaurant Martin Wishart
Michelin excellence from this established Edinburgh classic.
Stage Door Cafe Bistro
Quirky and marvellous, Dunfermline’s Stage Door Bistro was a delightful Fife surprise.
A highly impressive all-rounder with great food and knockout drinks.
Blackwood’s at Nira Caledonia
The best place for steak in the city.
Century General Store
A lovely oasis of coffee and cake calm.
With Round Hill Roastery to the fore, Cult is a purveyor of coffee excellence.
Moon & Hare
Hugely impressive café deli catering specifically for vegetarian, vegan and gluten free, but with masses of broad appeal.
Very comfortably the best place for pizza in the city.
A restaurant of consummate class, serving dishes of beauty and sophistication.
Doughnuts. And amazing focaccia. A fantastic addition to Edinburgh.
A sleeper hit on Easter Road showcasing excellent Portuguese fare.
Right up there at the top of the sushi tree, Bentoya is fantastic.
Their lunchtime fish burger is one of the best lunch treats in the city.
Epicures of Hyndland
A classy establishment in Glasgow’s west end.
Field Grill House
Meaty goodness from the masterful team at Field.
With spot-on execution and great flavour combinations, you should be sure to visit Redwood Bistro very soon.
A lovely spot to share a relaxed dining experience with friends.
A great purveyor of breakfasts and cafe fare in Edinburgh’s Morningside.
Fantastic beer and fantastic meats are Spit/Fire’s calling cards.
Stag 2 at Warburton Gallery
This much loved pop-up served excellent coffee in tranquil surroundings.