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Cafe Royal Bistro

Scottish, British and Bistro Restaurant and Bar/Pub

3.5 out of 5 3.5/5 from 1 review (add your opinion)

17 West Register Street
New Town
Edinburgh
EH2 2AA

Phone: 0131 556 4124

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Price: £££
Licensed: Yes
BYOB: No
Pre-Theatre: No

Takeaway: No

Opening Hours:
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Tags: restaurant licensed caferoyalbistro bar pub scottish british bistro

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1 user review:

3.5 from irishphat (61%) on March 1st, 2008 (11 years ago)

Cafe Royal Bistro, 17 West Register Street, EH2 2AA, Edinburgh

Had Friday evening Dinner here about 3 weeks ago. It was empty. However it did fill up a bit before we left and I'm told it's inadvisable to show up on spec on a weekend normally.

Always wanted to try this place. Lovely setting mind you. it's a great room. Very french, very old fashioned, service was good but then they weren't very busy so it should be.

We had onion soup and I had a prawn starter. The former was better. Then I had a chicken dish with mash and it was really very nice while herself had a pasta dish which to be fair was tasty.

We tucked into a shared dessert and headed for the hills with a fairly happy wallet. It wasn't outrageous - I think we paid around £48 but we were on the beer as well.

Due to its location I would go again if I found myself on that side of the bridge looking for that kind of food (old fashioned, simple, filling).

Overall, liked it enough to recommend it. The mains were the best bit and worth every penny.

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