Cuisine: Public House, Scottish
Price Point: Mains from £10-£20
A traditional village pub with a contemporary attitude, The Riccarton Inn is the sort of local everyone wishes they had at the end of their street.
This 200-year-old building still has roaring coal fires and crooked beams, but a recent refurbishment has also left it with exposed stone walls and modern glass and wooden decking area with sweeping views of the Pentland Hills.
Their menu is proudly Scottish. Think cullen skink, fish and chips and pies, as well as a wider range of bar favourites such as burgers, steaks and a catch of the day. Fancy something a little lighter? Opt for the superfood salad or halloumi and mint falafel burger.
Naturally, their selection of beers is second to none, with nine draught products. Whether your preference is for a lager, real ales or craft brew, you won’t be disappointed, and they also have a great choice of wine and quality spirits too.
Looking for proper pub vibes and great food? Get yourself down to The Ricci today. They even have accommodation in case you love it so much you can’t tear yourself away...