What they say:
Once a church and now used as a theatre, wedding venue and restaurant, Cottiers in the West End isn't afraid of a transformation. Its latest makeover has taken place in the top part of the building as Leiper's Attic, a fine dining restaurant, has opened. Named after an architect who helped design the building, the space is showcasing the best of Scotland, from fresh fish through to wild game.
What we say:
With a menu that includes items such as hand dived scallops, roasted venison loin with butternut squash and pheasant with charred leeks, Leiper's Attic is giving us a delicious taste of our country. The venue is at the top of the Cottiers building and has had a complete revamp, with new furniture and decor throughout. Along with delicious food, the bar has a great selection of whisky and also serves cocktails.