This luxe Argentian restaurant is taking things to the next level with their 'electro brunch feast'. Gaucho's weekend menu offers a selection of fruity cocktails alongside plush mains, including chorizo and chimichurri mayo sandwiches, followed by a smoked chocolate ganache.
Best For Brunch In Edinburgh
It's the best meal of the day - when sweet and savoury join forces, the modest egg rules the roost and no one raises an eyebrow at bubbles before noon. Lucky for you, our city is packed with sunny spots ideal for a mid-morning feast. Whether you're keen to kick start your weekend with a bottomless bash, share a couple of breakfast pizzas with chums or soothe your hangover with a colourful smoothie bowl, we've got you sorted. Read on for a list of the best brunches in Edinburgh here.
Unsure on where to get brunch in Edinburgh? If you're hoping to keep things classy, then boutique hotel Angels Share is sure to impress. Located just a stone's throw away from the buzzing Princes Street, this sleek spot serves one of the finest full Scottish breakfasts in town, complete with Stornoway black pudding, Lorne sausage, back bacon and a tattie scone.
Whether you're celebrating a birthday or simply trying to beat a hangover, Browns Brasserie & Bar invites you to settle into one of their plush armchairs and enjoy a range of mid-morning delights. Perfect for brunch in Edinburgh city centre, the menu includes lobster benedict, pancetta pancakes and a selection of breakfast smoothies.
The Slug and Lettuce may be better known for its raucous late night bashes and party-ready cocktail masterclasses, but it also happens to specialise in all things daytime fun. The George Street venue's breakfast menu includes all the classic dishes you would expect, with the option to add bottomless mimosas, Aperol spritzes, bloody marys and more.
For a girly day out in the city, there's no better place to start than Le Monde. Decked out with pastel pink hues, quirky neon signs and luxe velvet furnishings, the chic bar and restaurant is the perfect backdrop for a boozy brunch. Swing by to sample fluffy French toast, Scottish smoked salmon and vegetarian haggis, with gluten-free and vegan options available too.
If you're on the hunt for a cheap bottomless brunch in Edinburgh, this bright and modern New Town boozer is a stellar option. Their boozy brunch menu will see you sipping on free-flowing lager, cocktails or fizz while chowing down one of their tasty plates, all for just £25 per person.
This quirky pizza joint - housed within a former church is one of our top picks for brunch in Edinburgh. Polish off smoothie bowls and breakfast rolls within the stylishly renovated venue or head to the rooftop terrace to enjoy bottomless bubbles to a backdrop of the castle.
Headed up by Michelin-starred chef Tom Kitchin, Southside Scran plates up some of the finest breakfasts in Bruntsfield. From homemade drop scones to classic eggs and soldiers to veggie millefeuille, the impressive brunch menu is served between 9am and 11am every Saturday and Sunday.
This stylish retro spot serves Edinburgh's only breakfast pizza (topped with pancetta, black pudding, mozzarella and beans), alongside a selection of bagels and granola bowls. Better yet? All dishes are priced at less than £6, so a hearty feast here won't make too much of a dent in your pocket.
This charming all-day restaurant wins our vote for the best vegetarian brunch in Edinburgh. Using vegan substitutes throughout their menu, breaky choices include chicken waffles and grilled cheese and bacon toasties alongside unlimited coffee, ice cream shakes and breakfast cocktails, all created from plant-based alternatives.
For a quirky brunch in Edinburgh, Dishoom is our first port of call. Chow down fragrant bacon naans and parsi omelettes washed down with a steaming cup of house chai or Monsoon Catuai coffee. And if you're looking for something a little stronger? Their signature bloody mary is a potent mix of house spice and Luksusowa vodka.
Get bevved with a bottomless brunch in Edinburgh by heading to the oh-so-gorgeous Frederick Street venue, Rabble. For only £30, you'll be treated enjoy a welcome cocktail, continental breakfast items, hot dishes and two hours of bottomless prosecco - the stuff of Saturday morning dreams.