Roseleaf Bar Cafe (Leith)

Roseleaf Bar Cafe (Leith) Location

Roseleaf Bar Cafe (Leith) Maps
Roseleaf Bar Cafe (Leith) Address 23-24 Sandport Place, Leith, Edinburgh EH6 6EW
Roseleaf Bar Cafe (Leith) Phone 0131 476 5268
Roseleaf Bar Cafe (Leith) Opening Hours Daily : 10am - 1am
Roseleaf Bar Cafe (Leith) Food Price £5 - £10 per pax
Payment by Cash,Cards

What people say about Roseleaf Bar Cafe (Leith)

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4.4
86 reviews
  • If somebody asks for a recommendation in Leith I always start with The Roseleaf

  • It's certainly one of the tastiest burgers in Edinburgh and the gherkin that sits on the top is out of this world (I didn't even like them until I tried The Roseleaf's)

  • The french toast and Bloody Mary are sure fire hangover cures

  • The Roseleaf is a beautiful little pub with fabulous food

  • The staff really kind and knowledgeable about the menu and the atmosphere very cute with old typewriters

  • If you do want to pop in at the weekend I would recommend booking as they are always busy

  • Cute pub with great food and drink so it is worth getting a table and making that plan

  • The big yin fry up is also really tasty

  • The Roseleaf is a quirky little bar set of The Shore area of Leith

  • The main thing I tend to go for is their Pot tails

  • New thing these days when it first opened a few years ago it was the first place I had seen doing it

  • As well as hosting Mad Hatters Tea parties with an assortment of hats &

  • This odd little pub is very pretty but also serves amazing food

  • The venison was incredibly tasty

  • One of the very best (and more original) in town

  • The fact you can wear their quirky hats is also pretty cool

  • The Roseleaf is a quaint little pub hidden away a bit on an unassuming street in Leith

  • A group of us were trying out the mad hatter&rsquo

  • Cocktails (or pot tails as they are known here

  • As they are served in teapots with mismatching cups and saucers)

  • The two bottom layers were filled with savoury treats and the top layer consisted of two types of sweet delights

  • What hit me immediately was this was a much more modern afternoon tea as there was not a sandwich in sight and I think it was better for it

  • Having a bit of a kick but were not overpowering

  • The crispbreads looked homemade and were full of texture

  • The polenta cake was incredibly moist and fresh

  • The brownie was also moist and had a generous portion of nuts in it

  • Unfortunately she originally did not get what she ordered due to a mix up in the kitchen but this was resolved swiftly

  • All through the meal the staff were incredibly helpful and friendly

  • The Roseleaf is a place full of character and for the outside it doesn't look all that special but once you're inside its a great place

  • It's served up on a skillet and my most favourite thing is how crispy the bacon

  • The full breakfast is a great size and sure to keep you full until evening

  • The dinner menu is also great

  • Top tip of you're planning on eating here is to book ahead

  • The burger is great and the puddings are fantastic

  • My partner gets a lot of fish dishes and she is always happy

  • One of my food challenges is to find the best French Toast in Edinburgh

  • The best part of this French Toast (ok there are more than one) &ndash

  • S not saturated all the way through with oil or egg and the BEST PART

  • S Bakehouse with Treacle coming in a close third and I think I have had enough French Toast breakfasts for a while

  • M a sucker for a good market and the new Leith Market was no exception

  • Dock Place was the ideal spot for this great Saturday market and it&rsquo

  • Seemingly unique or quirky ideas are actually quite commonplace these days

  • All it does is make one even more discerning and expect more than just gimmickry

  • The exterior of the bar is quite unassuming and as you enter in

  • The giveaway that it's not a regular pub is the collection kitsch objects and hats on walls

  • The service was friendly and we were looked after right from the start

  • The menu generated a lot of interest within our little group I liked what they'd done with Nat Geo mags and I really liked the choice

  • Even water was served in a china jar

  • The cocktails were very tasty

  • Our brunch portions were fairly large and tasty

  • The desserts and cheese board were lively too

  • Me and the wife came for breakfast and we were not disappointed

  • I was pleasantly surprised with how much choice of non alcoholic drinks they had on their drinks menu

  • So I went for the fish soup chunky cullen skink which was absolutely amazing

  • Very filling though and it also came with two pieces of fresh bread

  • Then I went for the venison tartare which was a special of the day

  • I really enjoyed the meat which was accompanied by crispy bread and salad

  • 12 for both of these dishes which was an amazing value for money

  • We also had an espresso after the dinner and I can confirm their coffee is good as well

  • Roseleaf is quirky and buzzing bar cafe with amazing atmosphere

  • Last night I went to this lovely tiny restaurant in Leith with Urban Traveller and Kate Re The place was warm and cosy and the staff very easy going

  • I got the burger which was very good and very big

  • The Roseleaf has to be one of the best brunch spots in Edinburgh

  • It's no surprise it's best to book in advance

  • If a good pub brunch is what you're looking

  • Had a simple mushroom on toast with poached egg and it was yummm

  • The desserts are avoidable but hey

  • The toilets are a must visit

  • Excellent place which is located very close to te shore of Leith

  • I have tried a ginger sponge cake with a delicious sorbet on top it and it was perfect

  • Their beer menu is also very rich

  • I've read that this is a local favourite Cullen Skink (the name sounds quite funny for one who has never heard of it)

  • Wife and I had breakfast here when we were holidaying from Melbourne in August 2017

  • Awesome place with friendly staff

  • Only downside is the coffee which is served in old fashioned tea cups which are smaller than modern cups and they charged the same price as other coffee houses

  • We also washed our food down with some fantastic Pot tails

  • Came here for brunch staff were accomodating about enlarging our booking

  • If you're hungry this is the place for you

  • We were seated however next to a party of 12 when there were plenty of other tables for two

  • The service was very good and attentive but the Roseleaf was let down by the food

  • My wife had the macaroni which was inedible as were the fries and it was clear this had been sitting under a lamp for far too long

  • The Cullen skink was ok but the bread was not that fresh

  • The cocktail list is limited and the wine for the quality ie blended grapes was overpriced so we probably would not return

  • I believe this was probably a one off in terms of the food but there are far better places to go in the area

  • Our waiter was amazingly friendly

  • The atmosphere was dominated by relaxed locals and a homey ambiance in the Leith district of Edinburgh

Roseleaf Bar Cafe (Leith) Specialties

  • Scottish
  • Cafe
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