10 romantic restaurants in Edinburgh to treat your date on Valentine’s Day

Edinburgh is a city of food lovers, with top class restaurants and hidden gems bursting at the seams.

Friday, 14th February 2020, 11:38 am
Updated Friday, 14th February 2020, 11:39 am
These are some of the best places to treat your Valentine's Day date

Knowing where to go to treat you and your other half on Valentine’s Day can be daunting - these are 10 of the most romantic restaurants in Edinburgh that you should consider.

21212 is found in a Georgian townhouse, boasting a 38 seater restaurant with an open kitchen. Each week there’s a new menu on offer, so regular diners will always have something new to look forward to. 3 Royal Terrace, EH7 5AB
The Witchery by the Castle boasts beautiful gothic decor, award winning menus and even nine luxurious theatrical suites for those looking to stay the night. 352 Castlehill, The Royal Mile, EH1 2NF

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Pickles is the perfect place for couples looking for a more relaxed setting to enjoy their evening - get stuck into the grand offering of quality cheese, meat and bread and enjoy your evening with your loved one. 60 Broughton St, EH1 3SA
Harmonium is an amazing restaurant which is also 100 per cent vegan. Totally plant based and delicious, this is the place if you or your partner are vegetarian, vegan, or just looking for good food. 60 Henderson St, Leith, EH6 6DE
Six by Nico produces a new six course tasting menu every six weeks based on a specific theme or memory. The current menu is The Best of Nico and aims to display the best dishes they’ve previously offered. 97 Hanover St, EH2 1DJ
The Table is a small, intimate, 10 seater restaurant that has all of its guests seated along a single stone bar as the chef in front of you creates an amazing set multi course tasting menu. 3A Dundas St, EH3 6QG
From the same mind behind the Witchery by the Castle comes Rhubarb - championing Scottish produce sourced locally from artisan suppliers, this restaurant is not one to be missed. Prestonfield House Hotel, Priestfield Rd, EH16 5UT
When it comes to romance, many people think of the French - treat your other half to an exquisite French feast at this homely French bistro. Combine the best of France and Scotland. 56 Broughton St, EH1 3SA
Badger & Co transformed the former home of author Kenneth Grahame, the mind behind Wind in the Willows, and turned it into a modern and sophisticated restaurant and bar. 32 Castle Street, EH2 3HT
“The best meals are the ones you don’t have to choose” is what the Aizle website says, which sums up the dining experience you’d be expecting perfectly. Sit back and enjoy the ride. 107-109 St Leonards St, EH8 9QY