Edinburgh

Ardfern restaurant and wine bar Leith chef Roberta Hall McCarron

Latest opening: Ardfern

By Joe Lutrario

Chef Roberta Hall McCarron can now safely be called prolific with a total of three Edinburgh restaurants to her name.

Rachel Morgan co-founder of Edinburgh-based restaurant and bakery group Twelve Triangles on why its important to stay in jobs for a decent length

Flash-grilled: Rachel Morgan

By James McAllister

The co-founder of Edinburgh-based restaurant and bakery group Twelve Triangles on why its important to stay in jobs for a decent length, and finding solace by chatting with chickens.

Timberyard owners Radford family have opened Montrose restaurant and wine bar in Edinburgh

Latest opening: Montrose

By James McAllister

The team behind family-run Edinburgh restaurant Timberyard have launched a new venture in the Scottish capital’s Abbeyhill area.

Founder of Edinburgh-based Pizza Geeks Patrick Ward

How I Got Here: Patrick Ward

By James McAllister

The founder of Edinburgh-based Pizza Geeks, which recently launched its third site in the city, on the importance of admitting your mistakes, handling stress, and what makes a good leader.

James Snowdon co-owner The Palmerston Edinburgh on his wine list

Uncorked: James Snowdon

By Joe Lutrario

The co-owner of Edinburgh’s The Palmerston on Hunan’s Michael Peng, Galicia and David Leclapart's L’Alchimiste 2009.

Lyla restaurant Edinburgh Stuart Ralston

Latest opening: Lyla

By Joe Lutrario

Edinburgh chef Stuart Ralston has thrown down the culinary gauntlet with his restaurant on the former 21212 site.

Edinburgh pizzeria Matto to launch third site

Edinburgh pizzeria Matto to launch third site

By James McAllister

Edinburgh-based Neapolitan pizza brand Matto will launch its third and largest site later this month in the Scottish capital’s Newington neighbourhood on the southside of the city.

Uncorked: Stuart Skea

Uncorked: Stuart Skea

By Joe Lutrario

The sommelier at Edinburgh’s recently launched Lyla on serving explosive bottles of Champagne, the most overused tasting notes, and the best wine to pair with roast lamb.

Aizle chef Stuart Ralston on new Edinburgh restaurant Lyla and offering inspiration to younger chefs with his new cookbook

Stuart Ralston: “Lyla could be my finest hour"

By James McAllister

The Edinburgh-based chef discusses taking on the former site of the late Paul Kitching’s 21212 restaurant, and offering inspiration to younger chefs with his new cookbook.

Roy Brett chef patron of Edinburgh's Ondine Oyster & Grill on the ups and downs of running your own restaurant

Flash-grilled: Roy Brett

By James McAllister

The chef patron of Edinburgh's Ondine Oyster & Grill on travels in South Africa, staying humble, and the ups and downs of running your own restaurant.

Johanna Cole restaurant manager at Edinburgh restaurant Eleanore

Uncorked: Johanna Cole

By Joe Lutrario

The restaurant manager at Edinburgh’s Eleanore on Melbourne, the whites of Savoie and Burgundy producer Athanais Beru.

Sandy Browning executive chef at south east Asian restaurant Ka Pao in Edinburgh's St James Quarter on his career

Flash-grilled: Sandy Browning

By James McAllister

The executive chef at south east Asian restaurant Ka Pao in Edinburgh's St James Quarter on his first industry job, what to pair with pet nat, and his dream dinner party.

Ambitious 'chef's table' restaurant Eòrna to launch in Edinburgh in the spring

Ambitious 'chef's table' restaurant to launch in Edinburgh

By James McAllister

Edinburgh-based chef Brian Grigor is joining forces with sommelier Glen Montgomery to launch an ambitious 'chef's table' restaurant on the Scottish capital's Hamilton Place in Stockbridge in the spring.

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Uncorked: Seoridh Fraser

By Joe Lutrario

The bar manager at Edinburgh’s Heron on why he refuses to use the word ‘interesting’ when talking about his wines.

Photo credit: Steven Joyce

Duck & Waffle heads to Scotland

By James McAllister

Duck & Waffle is to make its Scottish debut next year having secured a site in Edinburgh's St James Quarter.

Chefs Tomás Gormley and Sam Yorke to launch Heron restaurant in Leith

Bad Seeds crew to launch Heron in Leith

By Joe Lutrario

Chefs Tomás Gormley and Sam Yorke are to launch a fine dining restaurant in Leith following the success of their at-home fine dining pop-up Bad Seeds.

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