With Edinburgh restaurant prices seemingly ever climbing, it’s refreshing to find a great little eaterie where the emphasis is on producing interesting, innovative dishes without charging exorbitant prices. Welcome to The Dogs. Inspired by the gastropub notion but wanting to provide somewhere that was neither intimidating nor too costly, founder David Ramsden opened The Dogs on Hanover Street and champions a menu that is inspired by both Scottish and English ingredients. The Dogs is an informal eatery that doesn’t believe in frills or fuss and isn’t afraid to use the cheaper cuts of meat and lesser known fish, to create a good, thrifty, yet exciting menu full of comforting British dishes. The fun dog theme includes two stone guard dogs at the entrance, photos of dogs hanging on the walls, dog cushion covers on the benches and book of famous dog quotes to be found on the way to the toilet.
The Dogs is part of the following Editors' Picks:
"Inspired by the seemingly inexorable rise of the gastropub in England, and spotting a gap in the Edinburgh market for good value, easy access venues, David Ramsden opened The Dogs in 2009. It has quickly become a firm favourite with Edinburgh business lunchers, drawn by its honest down-to-earth British food, as well as its relaxed and informal atmosphere."
Information on The Dogs , 110 Hanover Street , Edinburgh
|Average Cost:||£23.00 (three course dinner for two including 1 bottle of house wine, 1 bottle of mineral water and coffee)|
Open: Daily 12:00-16:00, 17:00-22:00
Last Orders for Dinner: 22:00
Seating Capacity: 57
Private Dining: yes
Wheel Chair Access: No
Accreditation: Good Food Guide, Michelin Bib Gourmand 2013
|Local Directions:||Please see our website for Map. Two minute walk from Princes Street and one minute from George Street.|
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