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About The Sheep Heid Inn
With beautiful surroundings, and a stylish interior, The Sheep Heid Inn in Edinburgh is a classic meets modern pub, a perfect setting for any occasion. Our chefs take pride in preparing fresh, delicious tasting food using the finest ingredients. Signature dishes include spit-roasted chicken with lemon & garlic confit, slow cooked pork belly with seared scallops, salmon supreme served with thyme-roasted butternut squash, and our home-made British beef burger. For a lighter bite, our spiralised carrot salad and Mediterranean mezze are both delectable, or for some sweet indulgence our melting golden chocolate bomb with caramel ice cream is sure to please!
You’ll also find a range of daily-changing specials and a carefully selected drinks list, including beautiful wines, ales and lagers, cocktails, and bubbles. So, whether it’s for a drink at the bar with family and friends, a special dining experience or a relaxed afternoon with great food – you can sit back and unwind, and we’ll t
Edinburgh, EH15 3QA
Gastro Pub, English
Hours of operation:
Monday - Thursday: 11:00 - 23:00
Friday - Saturday: 11:00 - midnight
Sunday: 12:00 - 23:00
£26 to £40
Diners Club, MasterCard, Visa
0131 661 7974
Beer, Beer Garden, BYO Wine, Wine
The Sheep Heid Inn Ratings and Reviews
A quaint pub retaurant is said to be the oldest in Scotland. The servce as good especially considerin a table of 20 next to us! The meal was well prepared. We had the duck parfait as starter, the sea bass and the lobster cake as mains. They were excellent and worth a rating of 5.
However the restaurant is not within walking distance and no service by bus. It took 45 min to get a taxi and then because some other patrons arrived. The taxi called by the restaurant never came. I am not sure that the restaurant is worth the effort despite the other positives
Arrived on time for our early dinner booking to be told they did not have our reservation.I thought no problem reserved over open table had off course the proof of the pudding with a confirmation E-mail.Showed it to him only to be told no we don't have it !its Saturday Eve. Not easy to get another table without going into Edin. City centre which we really did not want to do .
We suggested that as he could read our e-mail he should honour us a table ,he said he would organise a table in the bar but this just was not suitable as it is a cramped dark bar and not what we wanted for a Saturday evening.
Read some other reviews and mention of this same problem has occurred also the long wait on food .
We have been here before and know this problem but as we are not robots this can happen .After this problem we were speechless and could not believe what happened. This time we will not return and we are no local so it's not a one of visit .
Amazed to read some recent "less than average" reviews about what is one of Edinburgh's best traditional pubs. Excellent food, polite and friendly staff and a fabulous atmosphere.
The fact that you need to book a table in advance for a pub in Duddingston (rather than the City Centre) is telling....
My friend and I visited here for dinner and a catch up. My friend ordered chicken with sweet potato fries but they brought normal fries accidentally. This wasn't rectified until we had almost finished our meal and we were charged for all the fries. Disappointing considering the prices. I didn't enjoy the taste of the fish cakes but I am aware that is just personal preference. With so much choice in Edinburgh I wouldn't return here.
This outstanding gastro pub, excellent food, good service, great drinks never fails to deliver. The table was perfect, the main was delicious and the chocolate bomb dessert was both theatrical and delicious. I just wish I lived closer, I'd be here every week. A country pub only 2 miles from the city center.
Very disappointing. Had looked forward to going to the Sheep's Heid for ages. Decided to go with visiting friends. Our starter was really quite inedible. Pizzette with rocket but came with no rocket and was undercooked and soggy. Dough balls that were undercooked, solid and really inedible too. My main of steak, mushroom and ale pie had a solid pastry case, 2 pieces of steak, one mushroom and a lot of gravy. Had complained about dough balls but did not keep complaining as visiting friends were paying as a treat. Waiter said we didn't need to pay for dough balls but they were on our bill till we challenged it. I do have to say that the staff were very nice but nothing they could say or do could make up for the very poor quality food. Very disappointed. Would not recommend and will not be back.
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