44A Constitution Street | Edinburgh EH6 6RS
Phone: 0131 629 7215
This beautifully re-vamped Victorian bar is easily one of the best Leith has to offer, with a good selection of beers, which the lovely staff will often encourage you to sample, and the food a step up from your usual pub grub.
Nobles specialises in innovative fresh cooking using the pick of Scotland's larder for its brunch, lunch and evening menus. Roast Guinea Fowl Supreme and Pan Fried Loch Etive Sea Trout are just a couple of examples of dishes on the varied menu, but never fear, there are more traditional choices too. There's also a good selection of veggie fare available for those who are not fans of, y'know, guinea fowl, for example the mouth-watering Kale & Crowdie Pearl Barley Arancini. What's more, you can top it off with the likes of a Panettone Bread & Butter Pudding or an Affogato. Food is served until 10pm daily and until 11pm on Fridays and Saturdays.
Stained glass windows, a dark panelled wooden bar, leather sofas and framed vintage postcards all add to the welcoming atmosphere.
Are you scouting out an Edinburgh pub in which to sink a bevvy or two? You're in luck, pal. Every year, The Skinny carries out an extensive Food and Drink Survey, in which we pick your brains for the best pubs, cafes, restaurants and food shops in Scotland. Nobles came up tops in the Best Pubs & Bars category in our 2018 Food and Drink Survey, along with Inn Deep, The Hanging Bat and Paradise Palms.