After touring the Britannia we hopped a bus and found the Kings Wark at the Leith waterfront area. This historic pub made the perfect ending to the day with its cozy atmosphere and pub food. Service was excellent. Food was very good.
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The King’s Wark is always welcoming, candles, cosy atmosphere ans smiling staff. On a cold day in Leith the fish chowder and Thai fish curry were cracking. Tasty, substantial and looking every bit the food you were waiting for. There are places that never let...More
This is a great Restaurant, very welcoming, great atmosphere, great food, nothing can be faulted. From the time we entered we were all impressed by the friendliness of the staff and atmosphere within. They have an excellent menu, which is reasonably priced. Every course we...More
Before I go any further, this place would have got top marks, except that I got a starter that is still a mystery to me, I ordered a Potted Rabbit With Piccalilli and toasted bread starter, it was apparent when it was delivered to the...More
I visited this restaurant/pub at the end of October with four friends. The vegetarian choice did not appeal to me, so I asked the waitress if there were any other options. The chef himself came out to talk to me and offered to make anything...More
Tremendous pub with and excellent range of beers and wines. Comfortable and cosy areas to eat and drink in. A terrific selection of food and fish available. Good fire in the evening to help you savour the full surroundings.
We dropped in after a trip to the pictures. Managed to get a table in the middle of the bar on a chilly Friday evening - close enough to get a heat from the fire! I had beef stroganoff and my wife had pan seared...More
Food good. Drink good too. But... Know someone who got banned by them for complaining to them about their food hygiene standards (i.e. Not using hair-nets when serving food). Minor point perhaps, but a bit of an over-reaction that smacks of a cover up? Make...More