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The Filling Station

American and Burger Restaurant

2.8 out of 5 2.8/5 from 2 reviews (add your opinion)

66 Rose Street
New Town

Phone: 0131 226 2802

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

Takeaway: No

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3.5 from irishphat (61%) on August 31st, 2007 (10 years ago)

The Filling Station, 66 Rose Street, EH2 2NN, Edinburgh

Excellent karaoke night here on thursdays. Regarding the food - it's not bad, the Guinness is grand (and I'm Irish). It's a diner/pub really but I wouldn't eat in here too late at night unless it was a beery evening.

Burgers are nice, They do a good fish and chips. Steady fare and I'll go again.

Nice and cheap too!

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2 from rosetintedspecs (12%) on November 8th, 2009 (8 years ago)

The Filling Station, 66 Rose Street, EH2 2NN, Edinburgh

Decided to give The Filling Station in Rose Street a try on Sunday night, partly out of nostalgia (as many years ago we had frequented their Royal Mile establishment when it first opened -and it was OK then) but mainly because we were starving and happened to be passing.

We should have kept on going.

Although the staff were attentive enough and the surroundings a diluted version of 'the Royal Mile' the quality and quantity of the food was miserable.

When the cheeseburger and 'black and blue' burgers were presented we thought we had been given childrens portions, apparently just plain buns and a few skinny fries.

The fries turned out to be the best part.

Upon further investigation the warmish, soggy buns did actually contain small burgers, a salad leaf, little evidence or taste of cheese, a thin slice of tomato and lashings of mayonaisse. One may have contained a small piece of gerkin.

Unfortunately or perhaps fortunately, the burger 'meat' was devoid of flavour but did have an aftertaste, an almost 'off' aftertaste.

At nearly £9 a burger we would have been far better going to a fast food outlet.

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