Saturday, May 20, 2017

Roseleaf Bar Cafe

Small Skink (£5.95)

I've read that this is a local favourite - Cullen Skink (the name sounds quite funny for one who has never heard of it). It's basically just creamy soup made out of fish and potatoes. I didn't enjoy the fishy taste in the soup actually.

Mac & Bacon (£9.95)

This was surprisingly one of the better dishes among all, freshly baked and served on a mini cast iron skillet.

Steak (£18.95)

I don't think this is the best place for steak. The steak is a little chewy...

Turbot (£12.95)

Dunbar Hake (£13.95)

First time having fish cooked with mussels and chorizo. I thought it was a pretty good combination - fish and potatoes are flat but those salty chorizos gave them a fish a better flavour.

Spring Chicken (£12.95)

I wanted to go for breakfast but it was fully booked. Make sure you book in advance - the place is very small and it's usually full on Sundays.


Likes: Decent pub food, great choices of local Scottist fare, the perfect neighbourhood bar, very friendly service and nice staffs
Dislikes: Place is a little too small to cater a big group. It's a little far from the city and I did not think it was worth the drive all the way for dinner. Perhaps the breakfast plates are the ones worth going for. (Don't get me wrong, I still enjoyed the food in this bar just that it was nothing really special about it.)

Roseleaf Bar Cafe
23-24 Sandport Pl,
Edinburgh EH6 6EW
United Kingdom
+44.13.1476.5268
Opening Hours
Daily 10am - 1am
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