Scotland French Restaurants
Creelers is the most established seafood restaurant in central Edinburgh. In a relaxed and informal atmosphere, diners enjoy food prepared with flair, imagination and care.
Fifi and Ally aim to provide the very best local and organic produce. The dishes are simple and pared down to allow the ingredients to speak for themselves.
During the day Fennel has a Breakfast Menu, Snack Menu and Lunch Menu available, and in the evening one Dinner Menu. Daily specials also available, focusing on fresh and local pro
Ristorante La Fiorentina, winners of the Auchentoshan/Spirit of Glasgow People\'s Choice Award, \"Restaurant of the Year\" 2004 and 2005, as voted by the readers of the Evening Tim
A family-run Italian restaurant right in the centre of Glasgow, La Lanterna makes you wonder why people bother with pizza chains. Proud to be the oldest such restaurant in Glasgow,
Bouzy Rouge is a vibrant city centre restaurant full of warmth & colour, a truly original and beautiful tiled interior complimented with deep red furnishings and crisp white tables
Oshi is a feast for the palate, as well as the eyes - the menu features refreshing flavours and enticing textures. Head Chef Craig Dunn and his team use the best local ingredients
The stylish bar and diner is home to a funky underground pool lounge housing five full-size American pool tables as well as boasting one of the city\'s most eclectic food menus.
The Willow was the only tea room building where Charles Rennie Mackintosh had complete control over every aspect of the design - exterior as well as the interior.
Leith\'s original bistro, Skippers has been serving up fresh, quality seafood for 30 years. The philosophy is simple - serve only the freshest seafood and produce.
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