Your top Edinburgh restaurants – #RSH Guides
In our weekly competition, 10 train fans win £10′s worth of redspottedhanky.com loyalty points by tweeting their tips about a set destination to #RSH Guides, for us to share through foursquare. This month, we asked you to tweet us and tell us your favourite Edinburgh restaurants.
Read on for this week’s winning recommendations and see which Edinburgh dining hotspots our tweeters voted for. And don’t forget to share your suggestions with us using Twitter
• @the_swindler took the first of this week’s prize points with a top Twitter tip to try The Grain Store Restaurant on Victoria Street. Located just a short walk from Edinburgh Castle, this charming restaurant serves upmarket dishes made from the best of Scottish produce.
• @mattchrishopchugged into this week’s top 10 with a winning Twitter tip to head to Edinburgh’s Old Town and try out Ondine, a luxury seafood restaurant. Relax with a glass of wine and sample oysters at the Crustacean Bar, or enjoy an indulgent lunch or evening meal whilst gazing out over this historic part of the city.
• @custom_misery also won those loyalty points with a Twitter vote for Hanam’s Restaurant. This atmospheric restaurant, located right next to Edinburgh Castle, serves Middle Eastern and Kurdish cuisine, and specialises in shish kebabs.
• @roving_carbs made it into this week’s picks too with a top tweet recommending Oloroso on Castle Street for fantastic food, delicious cocktails and incredible views from the rooftop terrace. Its open for lunch and dinner, and its menus include burgers, curry, steak, seafood and game.
• @osbirtwistle steamed into this week’s top 10 with her Twitter reminder about Fishers in the City, on Edinburgh’s Thistle Street. This contemporary seafood restaurant, in a converted warehouse in the city centre, serves everything from classic fish and chips to whole lobster, as well as meat dishes and vegetarian options.
• @ConstellationMe won those loyalty points too with top Twitter tip to head to La Favorita on Leith Walk for the best pizza in the city. This popular Italian restaurant serves gourmet pasta dishes, salads and rice dishes, as well as pizzas cooked in a wood fire oven – and they do home deliveries too.
• @niallmackenzie made it into our winners’ list too with a great tweet suggesting Dusit Thai Restaurant on Thistle Street for a taste of the Far East in the heart of the Scottish capital. This much-lauded dining venue serves contemporary Thai food as well as traditional dishes with a modern Thai twist.
• @cloud_griff railroaded his way into our top ten this week with a Twitter vote for Maison Bleue, a stunning-looking restaurant in Victoria Street, praising its food, wine and service. Its menu includes French, North African and Scottish dishes, all made from the finest quality local produce.
• @Clara0015 took home those loyalty points with a great Twitter suggestion to try Gusto Restaurant & Bar for a tasty Italian meal. Located in the popular George Street shopping district, and within easy reach of Edinburgh Waverley Station, it’s the perfect place for rail travellers to refuel while exploring the city.
• @Adrienne65 pulled in the last of this week’s points with a Twitter tip to head to Johnston Terrace, just off the city’s famous Royal Mile, and eat at Maxies Bistro. This family-run bistro and wine bar has a varied menu and you can dine al fresco on the garden terrace, which offers roof-top views of the Old Town.
Congratulations to this week’s winners – and thanks for all of your great Edinburgh restaurant recommendations! And if you didn’t win this week, don’t worry – you’ll get another chance to win loyalty points to put towards cheap train tickets next week too.
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