Brunch in Edinburgh
Here are five amazing brunch spots in Scotland’s capital city that you won’t want to miss…
Ever been unsure where to go for brunch in Edinburgh? The great thing is you’ll be spoiled for choice here. There are your stalwarts of the brunch and breakfast menu: eggs benny, bagels, French toast, granola, etc, but you’ll also see some curve balls in the mix that keep it interesting.
Entirely what you would expect from a city like Edinburgh.
More things to do in Edinburgh
You may have heard some tales of Edinburgh’s ghostly goings-on already. There’s a LOT.
Gloomy underground vaults, tucked under the arches of South Bridge. An entire underground street, the real Mary King’s Close, preserved from the 17th century and believed to be one of the most haunted places in Scotland. Grisly tales of the body snatchers Burke and Hare, who dug up graves and sold the corpses for money in the 18th century. And that’s just for starters.
You can see everything from body parts in jars, mysterious skulls and crossbones in graveyards, and even witness the otherworldliness of the fire festival. After all that you may need a stiff drink, or a sit-down so included a list of shops, pubs and restaurants that also have a spooky theme.
Although saying that, one of them is rumoured to be haunted by a banshee…