60 Henderson Street, Edinburgh, EH6 6DE
- Recommended for:
- Couples, First-time travellers, Foodies, Seasoned travellers, Singles, Escaping the crowds, Relaxation, Trendiness
Expert review of Cafe Fish
Café Fish was opened in 2009 by a prodigy of Marco Pierre White. Publicity like that did no harm when they first opened their doors, but it is their great reputation for food that has sustained and ensured a loyal following. Young, smiley staff, excellent value and well-produced food make it worth the trip off the beaten track to find.
Crab, clams, creel-caught langoustine and diver scallops are among the items to tempt your palate and, at £10 for a two-course lunch, you'll have some money left over for their delicious house Sauvignon Blanc.
Café Fish is in a traditional Edinburgh high-ceilinged room complete with original rotating door, but the stainless steel bar, walls stripped back to the brickwork and fittings give it a surprisingly modern twist.
On a corner site in Leith, just a few hundred yards from the waterfront. Not the most salubrious area, but worth it for the experience.
The offers on their website change and the menu changes daily. Main courses average at £10 and starters at £5.
More information on Cafe Fish:
- Price guide:
- Bistro, Brasserie, Restaurant
- British, Mediterranean, Modern, Seafood
- 60 Henderson Street, Edinburgh, EH6 6DE
- 0131 538 6131
- Lunch, Dinner
- Opening times:
- Tues-Sat noon-10pm; Sun noon-5pm
- Accepts Credit Cards:
- Free tags / Keywords:
- funky, Scottish produce