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Popular, small bustling bar/restaurant on the Water of Leith with historical wood-panelled interior and excellent banquette seating. The wooden gantry is supported on barley-twist columns. The two-roomed layout is split between the bar and restaurant and enhanced by high ceilings and spectacularly large mirrors. You may not realise you are looking at yourself rather than a larger bar! The restaurant specialises in seafood and game, with an additional snack menu being available in the bar. The real ales, which may occasionally be from other Scottish breweries, are unusual in that they are served by the traditional Scottish tall fount system using air pressure rather than an electric/gas driven pump.