Eat and Drink at the Fringe

If you haven't been to the Fringe before you will find out that being hungry, thirsty and tired is all part of the experience.  Finding just the right place to recharge can be difficult so we have provided here a list of some of the best cafes and restaurants in the city, all of which offer exceptional quality at very reasonable prices.  

Edinburgh Fringe 2014 - The Best Places To Eat and Drink


Finding an Indian which serves authentic, rustic Indian food is almost impossible - luckily Tuk Tuk is the answer.   Read more...
Delicious, high quality food, grown, prepared and served in Scotland.   Read more...
I walked into Pekoetea wanting nothing more than a breakfast tea with a dash of milk. What other way is there to drink it? According to this cafe there are hundreds.  Read more...
The menu sounds as enticing as a Cocktail List and there’s no alcohol involved.  Read more...
The hot chocolate is delicious and definitely not just a Cadbury’s instant: the chocolate is slightly bitter giving it a deeper and richer flavour without any overpowering sickly sweetness.  Read more...
A definite recommend for groggy morning afters, lazy sunday days and as an antidote to Fringe fatigue.  Read more...
Only £1.95 for a taste of, ‘the most scrumptious cake’ in children’s literature.  Read more...
The beautiful old building melts seamlessly into a clean, modern interior which culminates in huge statement lights hanging from the high domed ceiling.  Read more...
A beautiful gallery and fascinating artist's workshop, which just happens to sell some of the best cakes in Edinburgh.  Read more...
Finding a good place to eat out can be hard, but finding a good vegetarian place is almost impossible.   Read more...
Tempting sandwiches, burritos and nachos made fresh and quick. This is high quality and delicious fast food.   Read more...
From scrummy scrambled eggs to freshly prepared sandwiches Milk gets everything just right.   Read more...