Three Courses of Scottish Cuisine For Two (£15) or Four (£29) at Fiddlers Elbow (Up to 61% Off)
- Traditionally furnished pub serving locally sourced cuisine
- Regular live folk music
- Open seven days a week
- Edinburgh city centre location
- Three-course meal for two or four people with coffee
- Starters include: haggis bon bons, and breaded mushrooms
- Mains include: steak and ale pie, and fish and chips
- Desserts include sticky toffee pudding and chocolate cake
Limit 1 per 2 or 4 people. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required. 24-hour cancellation policy. Must present Groupon on arrival. Must be 18 or older with valid ID. Original value based on most expensive options. Valid on option purchased only. Original values verified 12 September 2012 at 5.31pm.
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Happily perched across from the Playhouse theatre, Fiddlers Elbow is a restaurant with lodgings that hosts regular live folk music and a hearty selection of Scottish tucker. The chefs fill plates seven days a week, seeing a procession of dishes march out into the traditionally furnished pub.
Pairs or foursomes can roll along for a three-course dinner, choosing a starter such as haggis bon bons: chieftain haggis fried until golden, served with a creamy whisky sauce and rocket (£3.99). Mains include steak and ale pie made with prime Scottish beef marinated in Caledonian Best ale, topped with golden puff pastry, and served with thick cut chips (£7.99); and breaded wholetail scampi, deep fried, and served with thick cut chips, peas, tartar sauce, and a lemon wedge (£7.99). A pudding will draw the meal to a sweet end, with options including sticky toffee pudding and hot apple and caramel pie (both £3.99) accompanied by a tea, coffee, or a double espresso (£2.69).
ReviewsTripAdvisor (37 Reviews)
Fiddlers Elbow was given a cosy 4/5 rating on TripAdvisor. A majority of reviewers were hotel guests of the Fiddlers Elbow and they wrote mostly favourable reviews of their visit but comments focused on the comfortable bedrooms and shabby chic interior (although there were some that didn't favour the vintage flair). A reviewer said the hospitality was top rate and the pub provided a fun, lively atmosphere. T