Scran and Scallie in Stockbridge scoops top Michelin Guide award

The Scran and Scallie has scooped a top award. Picture: Ian Georgeson
The Scran and Scallie has scooped a top award. Picture: Ian Georgeson
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STOCKBRIDGE gastropub The Scran & Scallie has been awarded a prestigious Bib Gourmand in the 2017 Michelin Guide.

The venue, which is the brainchild of top city chefs Tom Kitchin and Dominic Jack, has been growing in popularity since launching in March, 2013.

The new guide sees all of Edinburgh’s four Michelin starred restaurants retain their stars - but no new Scottish listings have appeared in this year’s guide.

Martin Wishart and The Kitchin, both in Leith, Number One at the Balmoral and 21212 were among 12 Scottish restaurants to retain their stars. Other starred restaurants north of the border include the Isle of Eriska in Argyll, Braidwoods at Dalry in North Ayrshire, Albannach at Lochinver, Boath House in Nairn, The Peat Inn in St Andrews and Kinloch Lodge on the Isle of Skye. Restaurant Andrew Fairlie at Gleneagles retained its prestigious two star rating, one of only 21 restaurants in the UK to do so.