Visited on 8th July 2017 after a Caledonian Brewery trip. Close to the brewery but not affiliated in any way. Oblong shaped single roomed place, slick, plenty of wood about the joint and a hip feel to the whole set up. Nine hand pulls, seven in use on the day, decent bottle and can selection. Tried five of the cask ales, all fine. Did not try any food.
Stuu666 (275) Edinburgh, Scotland | October 12, 2015| Updated February 14, 2017
Decent enough if a bit out of the way - don’t expect to see anything you can’t get elsewhere.
Decent selection of beers and a melting pot of activity around the weekends - lots of people, but a bit too cramped for me at those times. Atmosphere is nice though and so is the staff. Wouldn’t mind going there again if they have something on tap I really want.
large suburban gastropub with good selection across 8 handpumps, some keg and bottles
often runs food pairing nights
one mile stroll from haymarket, maybe a bit out of town for a single day visit
often seems quiet but staff are good
Busy place, especially on nights where Hearts are playing or the rugby is on at Murrayfield. Place has exceptional pub food and a nice selection of beer. Dining there is a pleasure even on full nights. Usually a good blend of Scottish Ales worth trying. They work with local breweries for a variety of guest taps and have a variety of more or less alright foreign beers. The service is very decent. Children are allowed until 8 pm. Bookings for dinner recommended but not always necessary.